I know we talk about Work for Food toys A LOT at Happy Dog Institute, but we want you to understand the value these toys have! Not only do work for food toys keep your dog from getting bored while you are away, but they can buy you some “puppy free time”. It also develops your dogs problem solving skills and keeps them engaged in the “hunt”. Here is a video of Heather’s new puppy, Newton, getting his food from the Kong Wobbler.
Newton also gets Busy Buddy toys, stuffed kongs, raw bones and bully sticks to help with his new teeth coming in but more importantly his mental stimulation. A tired puppy is a happy owner and Heather is reminded of this on a daily basis since she brought Newton home.