AWOOF Pet Snuffle Mat for Dogs, Interactive Feed Game for Boredom, Encourages Natural Foraging Skills for Cats Dogs Bowl Travel Use, Dog Treat…

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AWOOF Pet Snuffle Mat for Dogs, Interactive Feed Game for Boredom, Encourages Natural Foraging Skills for Cats Dogs Bowl Travel Use, Dog Treat...
  • ★ Dog Training Toys: It is a unique dog training mat that allows your dog to find snacks or small toys hidden in the mat. It helps to train your dog’s smell, consume your dog’s energy and lose weight. Keep your dog occupied and avoid your dog being bored and engaged in destructive behavior.
  • ★ Non-slip & Large & Portable: The bottom is a non-slip cloth that effectively holds the mat and prevents the dog from moving the mat. The design is small and can be shrunk into a small storage bag. It can also be hung or set aside when not in use. Suitable for traveling.
  • ★ Dual-use Design: The feeding mat can be folded into a bowl. Stick to the good habits of your dog or use it as an olfactory pad.
  • ★ Easy to clean: The main fabric of the scent pad is felt cloth, environmentally friendly and easy to clean. It is suggested that washed by hand.
  • ★ Guarantee: If you are not satisfied with our dog feeding snuffle mat, please feel free to contact us.

Specification: AWOOF Pet Snuffle Mat for Dogs, Interactive Feed Game for Boredom, Encourages Natural Foraging Skills for Cats Dogs Bowl Travel Use, Dog Treat…

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Package Dimensions

8.23 x 8.03 x 3.39 inches, 5.93 Ounces

Item model number

1

Date First Available

January 23, 2019

Manufacturer

AWOOF

11 reviews for AWOOF Pet Snuffle Mat for Dogs, Interactive Feed Game for Boredom, Encourages Natural Foraging Skills for Cats Dogs Bowl Travel Use, Dog Treat…

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  1. Avatar of Client d'Amazon

    Client d’Amazon

    Pour relaxer mon chien et l’occuper

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  2. Avatar of Marie Redgrift

    Marie Redgrift

    Our dog loved this… he is a big chewer with his toys… and the fact this lasted two weeks.. was amazing LOL. I do recommend this…

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    MissElaineious

    We have a sweet 4 lb toy Rusky and we live in a small 435 sq ft tiny modular house. As adorable as she my be, at times her bark is so shrill it could break glass. Especially while eating. No really. We know dogs bark to communicate and most of her barks are lower in pitch. But when she is bored she barks at her food with this sharp, high pitched chirp. The way our home is set up we really dont have any other place to put her food outside of in the living room which is outside the kitchen. So placing food in another location wouldn’t help. We are with her nearly all the time. So, it was becoming bothersome. When I say shrill I mean once she barked so loud once my ears rang for around 45 minutes. It is litterally painful. We were getting frustrated with her and totally get she is just trying to occupy herself. We just thought we would have to find an alternative. Something to stimulate her better than the negative attention she was getting from us. We’ve tried spacing out feedings in hopes she would just eat her food. Not leaving food out beyond feeding times. Behaviorist type things like remove her food as soon as she starts barking then giving the bowl back after 20 minutes. Nothing worked… until now. She loves her Wood Snuffle mat and took to it immediately (I figured we would need to train her). We’ve had the mat two days and she just loves it and I can save my hearing haha

    8-26-2020 Update: she still loves her mat and I still have my hearing.

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    HC

    I wanted an interactive treat game that wouldn’t be too difficult for a 15 year old dog that’s basically the furball version of a crotchety old man, screaming at kids to get off his lawn while throwing his cane in their general direction. I tried the stupid wooden puzzle games with sliding compartments that come with all the fancy bells & whistles… my dog basically snorted, licked the empty compartment, and went to sleep on top of it.

    Stupid overpriced puzzle game: O, Dog: 1.

    I got this one on a whim. It arrived and I quickly broke up some greenies and hid the pieces under several “leaves” on this toy while my dog sniffed at this weird cactus poof monster that smelled like his favorite crack. BINGO, by the time I blinked, my dog was face deep in this toy making snorting noises and rifling through the green things in search of food. He totally looked like a wild wolf to me, my significant other disagreed and said he looked and sounded like a truffle pig.

    Not so stupid overpriced toy: 1, Dog: 1.

    Word to the wise, WATCH your dog while (s)he goes on (her)his “hunt” with this toy. Seriously, what kind of person just drops a toy and walks away from their dog anyway? My dog mistook the green leaves on this thing for food and tried to eat a few pieces off. If I weren’t watching him, I’d be dealing with green felt poop by now but I was so I’m not. If you’ve got one of those dogs who will eat cement, just keep an eye on him/her/it while it forages for treats hidden in this plant monster and you’ll be fine.

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    Kindle Customer

    Our dachshund is developing cataracts, so I decided to encourage use of his nose. I started with it flat, but soon discovered he prefers it in it’s bowl shape. He really gets in to it. And I enjoy watching him. If you have a scent hound, I recommend it. Also if you any kind of dog they will probably like it.

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    M. Gonzales

    My pup loves it! I have a 90 lb pitbull who usually loves treat toys. She got tired of the regular toy treat dispensers so I bought this hoping it would work. It’s probably a little small for her size, but she eats her dinner out it each night and will spend at least an hour checking it over to make sure she didn’t miss anything. I like that you can use the drawstring to make it smaller or bigger. It’s a good mat to try out snuffle mats to see if your dog likes it or not, the price is great!

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    Amazon Customer

    Best snuffle mat we have ordered so far. Very durable. Zipping it up results in my dog taking a long time to get his food.

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    Kindle Customer

    I have a small Chihuahua terrier mix and she loves this rug!! It keeps her entertained for a while and she is obsessed with finding her treats. This is mostly for small dogs. A big dog will probably tear it apart because it is just too fun not to.

    If I you are crafty with a sewing machine I think it would be fairly simple to make one. It is similar to a shag carpet from the 70’s of you are old enough to remember those. For me it was worth every penny and will buy again.

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    Barbara

    Good. Inception but not made durable enough. My 8 month pup tore it apart in minutes 🙁

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    cttwolakes

    I really like this product however, it’s not going to last. I’ve used it one time and it’s falling apart. All of the fabric is coming undone . As the dog forages for his food rooting around it has caused this product to come apart

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    Lifesaver

    My dog can not be anymore obsessed with this snuffle mat! Scout has a tendency when we go for walks to sniff out anything and everything he can. I always said he was like a truffle pig. This mat gives me peace of mind that he’s only sniffing out dog treats and not poisonous berry’s or bones of dead cats (sadly that happens often). This mat entertains Scout and even when he has found all the treats he will go back and look for more. Great way to keep him busy but also give his brain a little work out!

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