My Intelligent Pets

Swiss Qube


Please expect inherent disparities in wood colour and grain pattern. Thank you.

This puzzle was designed especially for My Intelligent Pets' Swiss customers who requested for the brand to include some accents from their home country. This tri-dimensional game in a shape of cube allows the dog to push, lift slide and knock over different parts to get to the treats hidden in various places by his parent. As in most our games the level of difficulty can be controlled by adding and removing elements where treats are placed. 

  • Game can be set from easy (level 1) to very difficult (level 4)
  • A total of two drawers and 21 tokens (11 “cylinders” and 10 “hats”). 
  • Great indoor activity during rainy days and if you have senior dogs with ailments and for post-surgery recoveries where outdoor activities are impossible
  • Product is compliant with Animal Welfare under § 18 (AT)

How to play
1. Hide your dog’s favourite treats under “hats” and “cylinders” and inside the drawers. Make sure your dog observes while you are doing it.
2. Encourage your dog verbally to seek the treats hidden inside of the puzzle.
3. Your dog will start searching for the treats by knocking down the “cylinders”, moving the “hats” to the position where they can be lifted and drawers can be opened to expose the treats.
4. Make sure that you praise the dog each time he/she finds the treat.  

We recommend you to start the game with only a few pieces of hats and cylinders as your dog may lose motivation if it is unable to solve the game after a few attempts. Let your dog watch as you hide the treats in the game to stimulate its curiosity. 

Product size and measurements
28.5cm x 28.5cm x 10cm

Made from certified wood, coated with a transparent water-resistant layer safe for humans and animals.

1. Prevent destructive boredom behaviour
2. Relieve stress
3. Reduce separation anxiety
4. Satisfy natural hunting instincts
5. Provide physical exercise
6. Boost mental stimulation
7. Slow down eating to prevent vomiting and indigestion

Toy Safety

Never let your dog play with puzzle toys unsupervised, especially if your dog has a history of excessive power chewing. Intervene when your dog starts to chew on pieces of the game. Check regularly for damage such as splinters and chips. Swallowing of any foreign object can be a choking hazard or form an obstruction in their bowel. Supervised play will help toys last longer, and most importantly, keep your dog safe. Always remove the toy from playtime if pieces begin to break off.

Care Instructions

Use only dry treats when playing. If your puzzle has wood components, please keep game dry and free of water as the wooden parts may swell otherwise. You may do a simple wipe with antibacterial wet wipes. For non-wood puzzles, hand wash with pet-safe detergent, rinse clean and air dry.

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