Our Bamboozle Ball™ is a great mental enrichment puzzle game for your dog. Pop a treat into a strip of fleece, roll it up and push into the holes on the rubber ball. Sit back and watch your dog enjoy pulling the fleece out and finding the treats.
We suggest that initially you use only one or two strips and let your dog watch you roll up the treat so they know what you are doing. It won't take them long to suss it out.
You don't have to put treats in every strip. Think of it like a slot machine, you play, get a payout, then nothing, but keep playing waiting for the next payout. This is known as a variable schedule of reinforcement and will keep your dog more interested in the game.
- Antipill fleece strips (machine washable)
- 100% natural rubber 5" ball
- Assorted colours - if you have a preferred colour of ball let us know on the notes at the checkout and we'll see what we can do.
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Our GSD loves this, he gets really excited while I'm filling it and enjoys throwing it around and pulling the bits of rolled up fleece out and snuffling in them to get to his kibble! It's a great way to give him some mental stimulation and problem-solving experience, plus is very easy to clean. Highly recommend!
Sprocket and Ambro’s Bamboozle Balls
Brilliant experience. Sarah couldn’t have been more helpful. Very pleased with the bamboozle balls, and Sprocket and Ambro love them! Thank you, highly recommend.
Fun interactive toy
Really love this toy, even the cat had a go! It's fun and easy to use, the dogs love being 'destructive' and making a mess whilst finding the treats buried inside. 10 out of 10.
Ball of Colourful fun!
Ellie loves this, she is so gentle as she pulls out each little fleece to find what treat is hidden inside each. Keeps her quiet for a good 20 minutes, which in our house is a long time!
It was bought for my daughter’s puppy’s first birthday. She loves it but only has it for play when not unattended as she quite likes to chew the felt strips
My dog wasn't allowed toys as a pup, so I've had to teach her to play. Your toys really have helped her, she loves finding her treats and even Carrie's them now, a big step forward!