Insert treats into the flaps. Your dog needs to use his body and his brain to release them as the geometric shape bounces and moves unpredictably. It’s ideal as an exercise for high-energy dogs. Or fill it with food to feed dogs who eat too fast.
With two different-sized holes, small treats come out easily while bigger ones are more challenging. Have a larger dog who needs more treats? Attach two Odins together.
Founder Michelle Moy wanted to design an entertaining toy that was actually attractive. The Odin has a sleek, modern look and no dreaded squeaker. When your pup slobbers on it, just throw it in the top rack of the dishwasher. And even though it’s durable, the Odin isn’t meant to be a chew toy.
Keep your pup busy and wagging—give him a puzzle!