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Arf Pets Dog Treat Dispenser – Dog Puzzle Memory Training Activity Toy – Treat While Train, Promotes Exercise by Rewarding Your Pet, Cat, Improves Memory & Positive Training for A Healthier & Happier
Arf Pets Dog Treat Dispenser – Dog Puzzle Memory Training Activity Toy – Treat While Train, Promotes Exercise by Rewarding Your Pet, Cat, Improves Memory & Positive Training for A Healthier & Happier
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Make pet exercising a real treat!

Delight in having the smartest, healthiest pet on the block. Exercising your dog or cat is fun, easy and effective with the Memory Puzzle Activity Trainer from Arf Pets. Designed for memory improvement and exercise, the versatile activity trainer encourages your pet to run and play by rewarding with treats: Each time your pet presses the remote release button, an exciting sound plays, and treats dispense into the feeding tray. Increase the difficulty level by placing the remote release unit in another room. Give your fur-baby a healthy dose of daily exercise and a doggone good time with the activity trainer from Arf Pets in your cart today!

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Accentuate the “Paws”-i-tive

Fido or Fluffy will happily get off the floor and play when exercise is turned into a memory game involving food! They quickly learn to press the button with their nose or paws to get the treats they love.

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Treats a Little or a Lot

The treat container holds plenty of yummy treats or dry food but releases a random amount each time the release button is pressed. This keeps play unpredictable and exciting for optimal results.

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Play. Sounds. Action.

Your pet’s tail will wag even more when hearing the encouraging sound effect that plays when the treats fall into the feed tray. Triple rewards for being a good boy.

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Indoor or Outdoor Use

Add variety by placing the remote release button in another room. For extra fun, attach it to a glass door with the suction cup. Or take the play outside—the included peg holds the remote securely in soft earth.

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Tech Specs:

  • Main unit dimensions: 7.8" x 7.8" x 9" (200 x 200 x 232mm)
  • Remote dimensions: 3" x 3" x 1" (75 x 75 x 35mm)
  • Main unit weight: 25 oz. (710g)
  • Remote weight: 2 oz. (60g)
  • Material: ABS Plastic
  • Remote distance: Indoors 164 ft. (50m) outdoors: 98 ft. (30m)
  • Main unit power supply: 4 x size C batteries (not included)
  • Remote power supply: 3 x size AAA (not included)

How to Enjoy:

  • Fill treat dispenser with treats or dry food
  • Select one of two exciting sound effects
  • Place remote release button on toy/unit
  • Introduce your pet to the toy and demonstrate how it works
  • Take pride in having your own “teacher’s pet”!

What You Get:

  • 1 x Memory puzzle activity trainer from Arf Pets
  • Treat scoop
  • Suction cup attachment & Peg for outdoor anchoring
  • User manual with Training guidelines
  • An easy, fun way to exercise your pet’s body and memory!
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Thanks for the Memories!

Pets love games, treats and you. The memory activity trainer brings all their favorite things together for interactive, one-on-one time with you that keeps their bodies lean, their minds sharp and their hearts happy.

Features & details

Features

  • ULTIMATE DOG MEMORY TOY – Memory Puzzle Dispenser Provides Entertaining Play, Encourages Exercise & Improves Memory by Rewarding Pets with Treats or Kibble
  • EXCITING TREAT DISPENSER – The Number of Treats Released Varies To Keep Things Extra Fun; Watch Your Pet’s Delight When They Hit the Jackpot & Get a Pile of Yummy Treats
  • ENTICING SOUNDS – Dog-Friendly Sounds Play with Each Push on the Release Button to Encourage Further Play. - 4 x size C batteries & 3 x size AAA batteries is needed
  • USE IN VARIOUS SETTINGS – Release Button Attaches to Main Unit or Can be Placed in Another Room; Includes Suction Cup for Glass Doors & Staking Peg for Outdoor Use
  • FUN FOR YOU & YOUR PET – Perfect Way to Spend Productive One-on-One Time with Your Pet; Exercise Your Dog or Cat of Any Breed and Size with Playful Activity & Tasty Treats

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    Additional Information

  • ASIN: B07J9QQSS4
  • Customer Reviews: 4.2 out of 5 stars 474Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank: #30,002 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies) #2,346 in Dog Treats
  • Date First Available: October 9, 2018
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Q: How far away can you place the remote from the dispenser?

A: It works fine even when the button and dispenser are on opposite ends of my living room (d…

SharkitySharkShark | 2 years ago

Q: Do you make something like this for feeding a cat or small dog a meal of dry food?

A: I use dry dog food in mine the slot in the dispenser is adjustable.
The pet will have to …

Doggonedk | 2 years ago

Q: How much food does this hold? I need 1.5 cups to fit in it.

A: It depends on the size of the kibble. If it''s really tiny kibble, 1.5 cups with fit. If …

D. | 3 years ago

Q: How does the USB work? It doesn''t seem to be charging the base unit.

A: Mine worked fine, you might want to try another chargbing cable to see if you got a defect…

Frank | 3 years ago

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Customer reviews

4.2 out of 54.2 out of 5474 global ratings

Top reviews from the United States

MedicPat3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Very Cool Idea, but too lightweight and partly defective Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2019 We received our Arf Pets Dog Treat Dispenser yesterday. I was immediately surprised by how lightweight it was. I installed fresh batteries (not included) and was disappointed to find that the main unit would not turn on, even after I pressed the reset button and cycled... See more We received our Arf Pets Dog Treat Dispenser yesterday. I was immediately surprised by how lightweight it was. I installed fresh batteries (not included) and was disappointed to find that the main unit would not turn on, even after I pressed the reset button and cycled the power button several times. The remote made noise, but no flashing lights.

After a quick check of the batteries with the battery meter and ensuring they were installed properly, I tried again…nada. I reread the instructions and noted the main unit could be powered by a USB power cable. I connected a USB powered cable and the main unit activated with the remote, but still no flashing lights.

I filled the hopper with treats and started training my 75lb golden retriever. It did not take her long to figure it out, but then she started trying a short cut by picking up the main unit. I stopped her and showed her the button. After a few successful attempts with the button ten feet away, she tried shortcutting again and turned the main unit over trying to get treats to come out. I stopped her again and redirected her to the button. It was harder to train her to leave the main unit alone and only press the button than it was to train her to use the button.

Pro’s:
Ingenious gadget for entertaining both the human and the dog.

Makes the dog work for their reward which dog behaviorist say is essential to the well-being of the dog and stimulating for their brain.

Con’s:
Made in China and feels like it, light weight plastic.

Defective right out of the box.

The button is too light weight for a 75lb dog, and the rubber ring meant to support it on the floor folds up when she grabs it with her paw.

Will not be able to leave the Arf Pets Dog Treat Dispenser out unsupervised as she would be able to break it apart if she got the urge.

Bottom line:
It’s a great idea, but for $69.99 I expected a higher quality product. I am disappointed with this product and would not purchase it again.
43 people found this helpful Helpful Report horse3nut3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase NEAT IDEA...but needs some work. Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019 I have a lab who is very food motivated. And he loves it. He learnt it very quickly. And for the IDEA OF THE GAME....I would give that a 5 star (the game idea is super cute). HOWEVER it is only a 3 star here, because it is too cheaply designed for anything but the... See more I have a lab who is very food motivated. And he loves it. He learnt it very quickly. And for the IDEA OF THE GAME....I would give that a 5 star (the game idea is super cute). HOWEVER it is only a 3 star here, because it is too cheaply designed for anything but the smallest and most timid type dogs. For my big boy....it''s just not designed for a 80 lb goof ball that get very over eager about food. I can''t just put the button on the ground....because it is very light weight....and when he paws at it....he can paw it so it flys up behind him easily and often it doesn''t even give a button push when he does that. I''m thinking of someway to tie this button thing onto a very big and heavy square sheet of plywood at least 12 by 12 inches and maybe attach that to a brick......or something that will stay put when he paws at it. When he pawed it across the room behind him while inside the house, I thought we will go outside and use the stake to hold it into the ground for it and that should hold it. OH NO it doesn''t. He pawed at it ...and it came off the stake. I put it back on and tried again....this time he picked it up with his mouth and ran off with it. And it''s not really small....but it is a very cheap plastic thing that surrounds batteres and the electricon board....and if he chews at all on it....he is gonna crack that plastic WIDE OPEN. It''s not small enough that he is likely to swallow it whole....but with 1 or 2 chews...yeah he could break it up and eat pieces of it (so that is a little scarey). So, I''m ending up holding the button. This works best ....but when he paws at it....he often also paws my hands and arms because he is so over eager....and I''ve got scratches from that. It''s fun....and it''s a really cute game idea. But it looks like it was designed for a small dog (something as small or smaller than the average house cat)....and not an 80 pound eager beaver type. 25 people found this helpful Helpful Report TrainerF5.0 out of 5 starsVerified PurchaseEarly Reviewer Rewards Fun and Challenging Game Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2019 Lots of fun, but it takes some work for our dogs to associate hitting the button with getting a treat. We have three dogs, each with their own learning style. One is learning to get treats by "shaking" with the button in my wife''s hand. The second one is learning better... See more Lots of fun, but it takes some work for our dogs to associate hitting the button with getting a treat. We have three dogs, each with their own learning style. One is learning to get treats by "shaking" with the button in my wife''s hand. The second one is learning better by simply pawing the button on the floor. The third one hasn''t caught on yet. She learns best by observing the other dogs, but we she hasn''t had a chance to watch yet because we are still training 1:1 (with the non-training dogs sequestered elsewhere).

Please note that I''ve written that learning is still in process. Unlike some puzzle games where our dogs learn quickly to solve the puzzle and get a treat, This one is taking time ... not a game to train in the morning and expect to show off to your friends in the afternoon... at least not for us.
18 people found this helpful Helpful Report Elena4.0 out of 5 starsVerified PurchaseEarly Reviewer Rewards Great mental and physical exercise for a dog Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
I love the idea of this dispenser and the fact that it provides mental enrichment as well as physical exercise (if you place the buzzer/push button away from the dispenser, the dog has to run back and forth to push the button and retrieve the treats). My 4 mo puppy... See more I love the idea of this dispenser and the fact that it provides mental enrichment as well as physical exercise (if you place the buzzer/push button away from the dispenser, the dog has to run back and forth to push the button and retrieve the treats).
My 4 mo puppy didn’t immediately catch up on how that works so it took a while to train. She was a bit wary of the buzzer sound and I would have preferred if there was a silent push button option in addition to 2 options for sound buzzer. I do think that the sound was an impediment in her learning to play with this dispenser.
17 people found this helpful Helpful Report amb2415.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Great for dogs unable to get outside and run off energy Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2019 We’ve had it less than 24 hours and my corgi has already figured it out and loves it. He had breakfast out of it this morning and it was a new fun way to get his brain working and wear him out. He keeps going back to the shelf where it sits and wants it down. Figuring... See more We’ve had it less than 24 hours and my corgi has already figured it out and loves it. He had breakfast out of it this morning and it was a new fun way to get his brain working and wear him out. He keeps going back to the shelf where it sits and wants it down. Figuring out the right place setting on the dispenser so that not too much falls out but that something does is a little tricky. He definitely gets frustrated if the food gets stuck or doesn’t fall each time. 16 people found this helpful Helpful Report Amazon Customer4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Awesome for busy dogs and fast eaters! Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2019 Our foster dog is a very busy boy, so this is awesome to mentally exercise his mind. He is very self-motivated, so this is right up his alley. We have even transitioned his meals to this device. The ONLY reason I give 4 stars... See more Our foster dog is a very busy boy, so this is awesome to mentally exercise his mind. He is very self-motivated, so this is right up his alley. We have even transitioned his meals to this device. The ONLY reason I give 4 stars instead of 5 is due to a few minor features that could be fine-tuned. While the base of the button has a nice rubber platform to help from sliding, the fact it is so lightweight can cause it to flip. It would be a nice feature to have it more weighted down. Also, the lid that encases the batteries keeps popping open. I personally do not care for the yellow color, so more options in current color trends would be a nice perk! It comes with a food scooper that I don''t find helpful. I think a funnel that fits the shape and size of the opening would be better. 10 people found this helpful Helpful Report Wilma Flintstone from Bateman5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Super fun for pooch and pooch “parents “ Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2018 This is awesome for our smarty pants pooch! We have worked twice now with her and she seems to be getting it. That’s amazing because she can be impatient with all of her smart toys. She did want to treat it like her tippy toy and bat around the main dispenser so it at this... See more This is awesome for our smarty pants pooch! We have worked twice now with her and she seems to be getting it. That’s amazing because she can be impatient with all of her smart toys. She did want to treat it like her tippy toy and bat around the main dispenser so it at this time takes two people to play it. It didn’t take too long for her to understand that the special noise meant treats!
I have to say that it’s a learning process for all three of us, but she’s starting to hit the remote to get the treat. We definitely have to watch it closely so she doesn’t break it. It’s fun to watch and participate with her, and see her expressions as she progresses along.
There’s definitely a sparkle in her eyes during the “schooling “!
10 people found this helpful Helpful Report northstargal4.0 out of 5 starsVerified PurchaseEarly Reviewer Rewards Great for Food Motivated Dogs Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019 I got this for my 1 year old puppy who is very food motivated. I liked the idea that she had to learn how it works and especially wanted something to keep her occupied and burn some energy :-) She quickly figured out that the button gets treats and repeatedly... See more I got this for my 1 year old puppy who is very food motivated. I liked the idea that she had to learn how it works and especially wanted something to keep her occupied and burn some energy :-)

She quickly figured out that the button gets treats and repeatedly hits it, hoping for more, and larger portions. We have moved the button away from the main unit a few feet and so far everything is working well. I''ll try to remember to update my review once we have tried it farther away and after more time has past for durability scores.

One really good feature, is that you can vary the slot size for the treats, so can control how much gets dispensed at once.
10 people found this helpful Helpful Report

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Amazon Customer1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Horrible return communication Expensive for a cheaply made product Reviewed in Canada on May 9, 2021 For the price this is a extremely cheaply made product.... my dog hated it and to return it was a nightmare ...... it took me a week to receive a response from the company and then I was told I have to pay for the return shipping with is in the USA and the name of company...See moreFor the price this is a extremely cheaply made product.... my dog hated it and to return it was a nightmare ...... it took me a week to receive a response from the company and then I was told I have to pay for the return shipping with is in the USA and the name of company is Canadian Shoppe..... I have never dealt with this nor were they able to provide proof I in fact was responsible for the return shipping cost. I have been with Amazon a long time and never ever have I dealt with such a horrible product or issue with return. Beware crappy bulky product that is not worth the money Report Elle3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Nice toy Reviewed in Canada on April 29, 2020 It’s a good toy and I like how it comes with a usb cable to be plugged in instead of being powered solely on batteries. However, much like the rest of the people who bought this, the button doesn’t light up, neither does the home base where you press the on/off switch. Just...See moreIt’s a good toy and I like how it comes with a usb cable to be plugged in instead of being powered solely on batteries. However, much like the rest of the people who bought this, the button doesn’t light up, neither does the home base where you press the on/off switch. Just that by how it’s priced, you wouldn’t expect minimal defects like these... But it’s a good training toy for treats! :) Report Mohr5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Awesome toy for the thinking dog! Reviewed in Canada on May 29, 2020 This is an awesome toy! The cause and effect feature make the dogs think. I can see the wheels turning in their heads. One of our four dogs "got it" within about 10 minutes. The other three are taking longer, but watching them figure it out is part of the fun. This toy...See moreThis is an awesome toy! The cause and effect feature make the dogs think. I can see the wheels turning in their heads. One of our four dogs "got it" within about 10 minutes. The other three are taking longer, but watching them figure it out is part of the fun. This toy needs to be used under supervision. So far it''s holding up well, but I don''t know how sturdy it would be with a more rambunctious dog. Report Monica2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase Great idea! Cheaply made Reviewed in Canada on October 8, 2020 This product has a bunch of design issues and is very very cheap and if your dog Decides to toss it. I’m sure one toss is all it will take. It’s partly battery powered which sucks. Would of been nice if it was rechargeable. Lastly the hole that dispenses the dog food or...See moreThis product has a bunch of design issues and is very very cheap and if your dog Decides to toss it. I’m sure one toss is all it will take. It’s partly battery powered which sucks. Would of been nice if it was rechargeable. Lastly the hole that dispenses the dog food or treats is huge so I’ve had to take most if it shut so that it will only let out a couple treats/kibble at a time. Other than all that the idea is amazing! I hope someone designs a better product with the same idea! Report M Houle2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase quits working after 2 months Reviewed in Canada on January 31, 2021 I used this with batteries for November and December. I used it once, maybe twice a week. Brand new duracell batteries lasted 4 uses (And there are a LOT of batteries). Used the charger instead for the treat dispenser (still need batteries for where the dog touches) ... and...See moreI used this with batteries for November and December. I used it once, maybe twice a week. Brand new duracell batteries lasted 4 uses (And there are a LOT of batteries). Used the charger instead for the treat dispenser (still need batteries for where the dog touches) ... and that part never worked. Have tried a number of things to get it to work - new batteries, combo of batteries, charger, all batteries, doesn''t work anymore. Expensive toy for 2 months of use. Report See all reviews
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