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Living World Teach N Treat Toy
Living World Teach'N Treat is a new and unique interactive and educational toy for small pets, including rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs and rats. It's also suitable for mini or skinny pigs and parrots. Teach'N Treat is a fun and interesting way to teach small pets to search for treats. It allows small animals to forage for treats through observation, listening and learning. The Teach 'N Treat experience is stimulating and rewarding to both you and your small animal. It keeps your small pet's mind active and alert, plus it's an interactive tool that helps with bonding. It's also a very good way to help small pets stay active and healthy. Teach 'N Treat has 3 different levels of configuration to challenge and entertain your small pet.
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<span class='orderBy'><strong>ORDER BY:</strong> 4PM Fri.</span><span class='splitLine'></span><span class='getOn'><strong>GET THIS ON:</strong> Sat. Jul. 26</span>
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Comments about Teach N Treat Toy:
This toy is chew resistant and cleverly designed. I was worried that it would be too difficult for my rabbit, as she seems to lose all capacity for rational thought when treats are involved, but she was very quick to figure out all three difficulty levels. The lowest level actually gave her the most trouble, until she figured out how to completely pull the disc out of the toy and toss it aside. The next two levels were easy to "solve" by sticking her head into the toy and randomly pushing things aside with her face until the treats were exposed. I think this would present more of a challenge to a smaller animal since they would have to intentionally manipulate the pieces rather than use brute force to shove everything aside.