Nina Ottosson Puzzles & Games for Dogs & Cats

Nina Ottosson dog & cat puzzles are designed to exercise your pet's mind. Hide treats under the pull out or sliding pieces and leave your dog to figure out how to get them. It is the perfect boredom busting mind game for dogs. They have 4 levels of puzzles from easy for puppies to hard for very intelligent animals. Find the full range of Nina Ottosson dog puzzles online in Australia.

Dogs are smarter than we think, that is why Nina Ottosson games & puzzles are perfect to challenge your dog's mind and senses. While humans use vision to navigate our world, dogs use their sense of smaller to gather information, problem solve, and forage for food. By providing your dog with daily puzzles and games, you are enriching your animals life in ways that other toys and activities cannot.

Help Reduce Undesired Behaviours

By putting your dog to work with a puzzle or games, you are focusing their attention and energy effectively, ultimately reducing boredom and destructive behaviours. Puzzles are also a great way to distract dogs from fireworks, thunderstorms and other situations where your dog may get anxious.

Create Balance In Your Dog's Life

As Nina says "a dog has four legs and one head and all five need to exercise but in different ways". By providing challenging and rewarding activities that engage your dog's mind and natural instincts, you will likely notice a happier, healthier pet overall.

Strengthen The Bond With Your Dog

Nina Ottosson puzzles are a great way to build your relationship with newly adopted dog and help shy dogs come out of their shell. Puzzles are a great way to train and practice basic commands like "sit" and "stay" with your pup.

Tips & Tricks

Every dog is a winner with Nina Ottosson Games. Use there helpful tips to help your and your dog get the most out of the puzzle & games experience.

Confused Pup?

Start simple. Fill a couple of treat compartments and leave one or two open. Smear a little peanut butter on the game dog dogs that aren't initially interested.

Mental Block?

Removable blocks can be used to increase or decrease difficulty level. Tie a string through the holes in the blocks to make it easier for your dog to remove. This is especially helpful for bulldogs and other short-nosed canines.

Paws Off

Set the games on a stool or chair to encourage your dog to use their nose to solve. This makes the puzzle extra challenging for quick learners, prevents dogs from being too rough with their paws, and is a good way to play if your dog is injured or recovering from surgery.

Set The Stage

Has your dog mastered a puzzle? Try hiding it in another room or under a blanket for them to find.

Picky Eater?

Is your pet unmotivated by dry dog kibble? Use tastier treats to make puzzles extra special. Use smelly treats - remember dog's use their nose to solve puzzles.

Pupsicle

Freeze wet dog food or treats with water in the compartments of the plastic games to provide a cool treat with added activation.

How Does Your Dog Tell You They Are Learning

Watch your dog's personality come out while playing and learning. All dogs love to explore and problem solve in their own way. Some dogs use their paws and some use their nose. Each game in designed with your dog's natural beaviours, senses and safety in mind.

Please Note: These puzzles are not toys. Once your dog is done solving, the puzzle should be removed until the next session. Don't let your dog chew on the puzzle or pieces.

Nina Ottosson Challenge Levels

  • Level 1: One simple step to uncover treat reward - perfect for pets to gain interest and prepare for more difficult puzzles to come.
  • Level 2: Spin, scoot, slide, flip! More complex behaviours required to reach reward, creating a fun challenge for your pet's mind and senses.
  • Level 3: The ultimate test! Challenge your dog with a sequence of steps to reach tasty rewards.