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Snuffle Buddies pupcess

If your dog is new to our line of toys, we recommend introducing your pup to the treat holders before putting them inside your Snuffle Buddies toy. Simply follow these steps to help them start off on the right paw:

REMINDER:

Never let your dog play with the Piggle unsupervised.
Take it away if they begin to destroy it.

Illustration of the backs of two of the Piggle organs/treat holders showing the treat pockets with treats in them.

Step one

Add dry treats that don't crumble easily (or kibble) to the pocket on the backs of the treat holders. If the pocket has been turned inside out, gently push it back into the treat holder, and it’s ready to go.

Illustration of the backs of two of the Piggle organs/treat holders showing the treat pockets with treats in them.

Step one

Add dry treats that don't crumble easily (or kibble) to the pocket on the backs of the treat holders. If the pocket has been turned inside out, gently push it back into the treat holder, and it’s ready to go.

Step two

This step is optional. However, if you move to step three, and your dog isn't sure what to do, remove the panel and place the treat-filled holders inside. Once they're used taking the treat holders out in this manner, they're ready to move on to step three.

Illustration of Piggle on its side, without the panel and organs/treat holders on inside.
Illustration of Piggle on its side, without the panel and organs/treat holders on inside.

Step two

This step is optional. However, if you move to step three, and your dog isn't sure what to do, remove the panel and place the treat-filled holders inside. Once they're used taking the treat holders out in this manner, they're ready to move on to step three.

Illustration of Piggle on it's back with an organ/treat holder sticking out of the slats.

Step three

Once your doggo gets the hang of removing the treat holders from the Piggle's open belly, reattach the panel and push the treat holders in through the slats.

NOTE: If your pup still has difficulties, you can also partially detach the panel to make it slightly easier to remove the treat holders. Repeat this process until they can remove the toys through the slats.

Illustration of Piggle on it's back with an organ/treat holder sticking out of the slats.

Step three

Once your doggo gets the hang of removing the treat holders from the Piggle's open belly, reattach the panel and push the treat holders in through the slats.

NOTE: If your pup still has difficulties, you can also partially detach the panel to make it slightly easier to remove the treat holders. Repeat this process until they can remove the toys through the slats.

Step four

Sit back and watch your dog snuffle for the treat holders by pulling them out through the slats on the Piggle's belly.

As your dog learns how to use the Snuffle Buddies toy, they may try to get to the treats by chewing and/or tearing the toy. If this happens, take it away from them for their safety, until they learn how to remove the food properly.

Illustration of our dog, Sammy (she's the goodest girl), pulling an organ/treat holder out through the slats on the Piggle's belly.
Illustration of our dog, Sammy (she's the goodest girl), pulling an organ/treat holder out through the slats on the Piggle's belly.

Step four

Sit back and watch your dog snuffle for the treat holders by pulling them out through the slats on the Piggle's belly.

As your dog learns how to use the Snuffle Buddies toy, they may try to get to the treats by chewing and/or tearing the toy. If this happens, take it away from them for their safety, until they learn how to remove the food properly.

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