IQ Puzzle Toys

As pet owners, we are always looking for ways to keep our furry friends entertained and engaged. That's where puzzle toys come in. Not only do they provide a fun challenge for your dog, but they also offer numerous benefits that can improve their mental and physical wellbeing. In New Zealand (NZ), where pet ownership is on the rise, puzzle toys have become increasingly popular among dog owners. From reducing anxiety to improving cognitive function, the benefits of using puzzle toys for your dog are vast. Try one out and see how they can enhance your dog's quality of life in NZ. 

0 products

Use fewer filters or clear all

The Benefits and How to Choose the Right Puzzle Toy

Puzzle toys can be an essential part of your dog's physical and mental wellbeing.
- Mental Stimulation for Dogs
Puzzle toys are an excellent way to keep your dog's mind active and engaged. Dogs are intelligent animals that thrive on challenges and problem-solving. This mental stimulation can help keep your dog's mind sharp and alert, which is especially important as they age.
- Physical Exercise for Dogs
Many puzzle toys require your dog to be active and move around to figure out how to get to the treats or toys inside. This physical activity can help keep your dog in shape and prevent obesity, which is a common health problem for dogs in New Zealand.
- Reducing Destructive Behaviour in Dogs
Dogs that are bored or anxious can often become destructive, chewing on furniture, shoes, or other household items. Puzzle toys can help reduce destructive behaviour by keeping your dog entertained and engaged.

Puzzle toys come in various sizes and difficulty levels, so it's essential to choose one that is appropriate for your dog's size and skill level. A toy that is too small or too easy may not hold your dog's interest, while a toy that is too big or too difficult may frustrate them. The material and durability of the puzzle toy are also essential factors to consider. Choose a toy made from high-quality materials that can withstand your dog's chewing and playing.