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Geojoy is a geometric puzzle box designed to keep dogs stimulated mentally and physically. Easily filled with one cup of dog food or dog treats, your furry friends can now be left alone without risk of destroying furniture or clothes. They can play with this mentally challenging puzzle box trying to figure out how to get the food out of the box. It is a BPA free and non-toxic puzzle box for dogs of all sizes, which means no harmful chemicals will be released at any point in time. The modern design is one which mimics geometric shapes in modern houses.
The cost of Geojoy is $14.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Geojoy by paying an extra fee of $4.99 for a total price of $24.97.
You can fill the puzzle with any dog treats, and it can be used over and over. This gives dogs the physical activity and mental stimulation they require.
The toy can be easily cleaned by putting it in the dishwasher. It can hold up to one cup of dog food or dog treats, so you can monitor the food intake of your furry friends. You can also feed them in a more exciting way by filling this toy instead of filling their dog bowl. If it gets dirty, just wash it.
BPA free so it is reliably non-toxic and safe for dogs to use. Even if the toy is being dragged into the sun, the plastic material will not release harmful chemicals which mix into the dog treats inside, unlike traditional plastic toys.
Puzzles can be attached, so that one puzzle becomes two puzzles. This is ideally suited for dogs with a higher intellect, especially sheep herding dogs or hunting dogs, as they will often get bored with a puzzle once they figure it out. The flexibility associated with different attachments means you can keep challenging your family pet without breaking the bank. You can take two or more puzzles and affix them in different shapes so that they appear like new to your dogs.
The size is suitable for all dogs, so even those smaller dogs can find a way to reach the toy inside and those larger dogs won’t break the puzzle during the hunt.
Unlike a squeaky, plastic newspaper or ball, this toy blends seamlessly into the interior décor and is not as noticeable when company comes over.
There are small square holes cut into various panels on the geometric puzzle, and these holes are large enough to let one or two pieces of food or dog treats escape.
The geometric ball also has a flexible panel through which individual pieces of treats or food can be placed. This is how it is filled either before you leave the house or while you are both lounging. Once filled, the dog has to move the puzzle around, finding out the key to getting the treats out of the container.
There are few competing alternatives on the market. One of the most popular alternatives is to make this puzzle idea at home by freezing dog treats inside a bowl of water. This forces dogs to continually play with the ice or lick it before they can reach the treat inside.
Another alternative is a similar puzzle box. However, it is brightly colored and with different shapes and sizes. The plastic is not BPA free and there are different sizes for different dogs.
This means homeowners with multiple sized dogs in the house would need to invest in multiple dog treats. It also means that the puzzle box itself stands out against the interior décor unlike this sleek, black design. Cost wise they are quite similar though.
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