The Two Towers Interactive Treat Puzzle Game

I am really excited to finally share another product review with you! I am even MORE excited that it’s amazing, incredible ENRICHMENT TOYS!! And some of the best we’ve tried! Be sure to read all the way to the bottom of this post to find out what we rated them, and where to grab one for your pup!

Introducing the My Intelligent Pets family of puzzle games!

Disclaimer: My Intelligent Pets sent me three toys to review at no charge for my honest review of their products! I only give honest reviews, so here goes!

What came in the box?

I received the:

How they’re made

These toys are some of the most incredible quality dog toys I have seen – and I’ve seen A LOT! They all have durable wood bases that remind me of the wooden toys I had when I was young! (ok, ya, I’ve aged myself there!) From their site:

“Dog’ SUDOKU®” is made of certified wood covered in a water-based varnish that is not harmful to humans and animals. Please keep the game dry and free of water, as the wooden pieces may swell otherwise.

 

In the Special Edition of Dog‘ SUDOKU® (Orange and Rainbow), which is available in size Medium, the movable tiles are made of polypropylene, which has been certified as suitable for contact with edibles.”

Husky with Puzzle Toy

How they work

Two Towers

The Two Towers toy is one of the most complex puzzle toys I’ve seen! It requires a lot of dexterity to figure out how to explore all of the nooks and crannies in this amazing toy! From their site:

“2 Towers” is a game demanding a high level of dexterity. The game can be set from easy (difficulty level 1 Paw) to very difficult (4 Paws). It features a variety of puzzles your dog has to solve in order to find the hidden rewards. This game trains your dog’s concentration and dexterity, and boosts its natural instincts of curiosity, drive to play and sense of smell. Thanks to its many variable levels this game can be used with beginners as well as more advanced players.

 

“2 Towers” stand on a pedestal and are linked by a bridge. The towers feature cylinders, hats and drawers, and the pedestal contains a trapdoor. The standard version of “2 Towers” contains 8 cylinders, 8 hats and 6 drawers, but you can order additional cylinders and hats. With these additions the game offers up to 33 variations for hiding the dry treats that will motivate your dog to play this game.”

They recommend starting your pup out with fewer pieces on the board so they don’t get overwhelmed and give up too easily. Once they get the hang of one concept, you can add in another!

I threw Kingsley in full boar and he did seem a little overwhelmed at first. However, with some clues and encouragement, he was quickly on his way and thoroughly enjoyed himself!

Husky Playing with Toy

Dog Sudoku

With these toys you hide treats under the tiles, and the dogs have to slide the tiles in a specific order to reveal the treat. There is a small hole on the top of the tile so that they can get a good sniff of which compartments contain treats.

The pups seemed to grasp the concept of these toys a little quicker. Pebbles really wanted to bite it, but I would just guide her to use her feet and nose instead and she did! Kingsley mastered this game. He loves it! He appears very confident and proud when he plays this game! It’s so cute!

Boxer Dog Playing with Puzzle Toy

Dog Sudoku Interactive Treat Puzzle Game Color (above)

Shepherd Playing with Puzzle Toy

Dog Sudoku Interactive Treat Puzzle Game Classic (above)

What treats did I use?

My Intelligent Pets recommends that you use ONLY dry treats for their games to protect the wood. Being a treat expert myself, I had no trouble finding something appropriate!

These treats are all very small in size and fit under the Two Towers cylinders and hats.

All of these treats are available at my store, the Copperfield Tail Blazers.

Boxer Playing with Enrichment Toy

Final Consensus

My dogs loved these games! Grizz is not really a puzzler, but even he gave it a go! Kingsley loves both toys, but really loves the Sudoku, and Pebbles loved them all!

These games are a little on the pricier side, but when you see and feel the quality, you understand why.

I would 100% recommend these food dispensing toys for dogs of all sizes and IQs! There’s something for everyone, and it’s great that the level of difficultly can increase with your pup’s ability! These toys receive a perfect score of:

Final Score – 5/5 BrindleBerries

You can purchase the Two Towers, Dog Sudoku and many other incredible interactive dog toys on the My Intelligent Pets website: www.myintelligentpets.com. Brands – please contact for purchase/usage of photography or copy. © Holly Montgomery

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