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Dog Toys: Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Twister or Casino Puzzle Game

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Amazon has Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Twister or Casino Puzzle Game Dog Toy (Level 3, Advanced) on sale for $12.50. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders of $25+.

Thanks to Deal Hunter daisybeetle for finding this dealChewy has Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Twister Dog Toy (Level 3, Advanced) on sale for $12.50.
  • Twister $12.50
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Amazon [amazon.com] has Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Twister or Casino Puzzle Game Dog Toy (Level 3, Advanced) on sale for $12.50. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.Chewy.com [chewy.com] has Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Twister or Casino Puzzle Game Dog Toy (Level 3, Advanced) on sale for $12.50. About this deal:
  • Prior Frontpage for the Twister toy recieved +85 thumbs at $13.85. This deal is a savings of nearly 10% over that prior deal.
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The Twister puzzle is decent. Our pup tends to pick it up by the bone locks to shake it around which usually unlocks at least one treat or so. Good for 10 - 20 minutes of entertainment before he starts dismantling it out of frustration.

Just a heads up, though, the rubber feet on the bottom are a bit of a choking hazard. They don't come off easily but if you have a dog that likes to find the weak points / seams on their toys, they'll probably find the tiny rubber feet pretty appealing.
Great, my dog loves the casino but doesn't get to go as much as he'd like.
Didn't like Twister. Dog just went crazy on it until stuff moved. Will try Casino this time.

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Great, my dog loves the casino but doesn't get to go as much as he'd like.
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Didn't like Twister. Dog just went crazy on it until stuff moved. Will try Casino this time.
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The Worker version is also on sale but for $15.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08274LVGM/
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The Twister puzzle is decent. Our pup tends to pick it up by the bone locks to shake it around which usually unlocks at least one treat or so. Good for 10 - 20 minutes of entertainment before he starts dismantling it out of frustration.

Just a heads up, though, the rubber feet on the bottom are a bit of a choking hazard. They don't come off easily but if you have a dog that likes to find the weak points / seams on their toys, they'll probably find the tiny rubber feet pretty appealing.
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My puppy loves these but keeps figuring them out too quickly (~1 min to finish) going to keep buying harder ones until he gets stumped. Thanks OP!
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My dog isn't the brightest, so I'm starting him off with this beginner puzzle, on sale for $7.50.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0711Y9Y8W/
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This "easy" level one is on sale for $7.50: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0711Y9...e_pfo_vwdp

Personally, I think I'd prefer the one with no removavable pieces (less to pick up afterwards) like the ones in the OP. Thanks and repped!
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Props to whoever's dog can figure that out, cuz my pup would probably either try to bite right through it or give up after 2 minutes from not getting the treats and them come whine to me to give her something lol.
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FYI, I bought this for my parent's standard poodle (the Twister one in the photo), and she's mostly unable to pull out the white locking mechanism because she can't even fit a single toe claw in the hole to paw them open and it sits too low to the ground to get her teeth around the pulls either. I tried tieing ribbon/cloth around some of the pulls but the rubber feet didn't stop it from just getting pulled to here when she tugged on it. I think these are better for small/medium dogs, or I guess big dogs who are highly food motivated and will just pick the thing up and shake it.
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My German Shepard ruined it in about 10 minutes. Not worth the price
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Great, my dog loves the casino but doesn't get to go as much as he'd like.
Just wait until his shady older brother takes him on a cross-country road trip and learns about his amazing bone-counting skills.
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I thought it was a tambourine and I could get my dog on percussions 😃
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These puzzle toys were useful for entertaining & feeding my pup in post-"ACL" surgery recovery. This one took a while to figure out, but with a bit of help, she learned to pull the bones and slide the tiles.

The "Challenge Slider" is also a good option for smart doggos that find the other puzzles too easy.
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