Our favorite dog puzzles to keep our dog busy – Best toys for mental stimulation & brain development

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Our dog is a Pomsky that requires a lot of attention. We have found that dog puzzles were great dog toys to keep our dog busy and stimulate our dog’s brain development. When dogs are not fully occupied and get bored, they can become destructive and get into trouble.

Dog owners often think about their dog’s physical activity, but they don’t always think about their dog’s mental stimulation. Our dog is a Pomsky. Pomskies are smart dogs and they are full or energy. Our dog has played with dog puzzles since she was a puppy and still plays with dog puzzles as an adult dog. Puzzles are a great toy for both your dog’s physical activity and your dog’s brain development while having a fun time doing both.

This video features some of our favorite dog puzzles. Dog puzzles have different difficulty levels from easy puzzles for puppies and beginners, to intermediate difficulty puzzles for smart breeds and adult dogs, to advanced puzzles for expert dogs and dogs that are just too smart for their own goods.

This video is sponsored by Nina Ottosson of Sweden www.nina-ottosson.com. Our dog has used Nina Ottosson’s Outward Hounds puzzles since she was a puppy. It is a brand that we use and trust and are happy to recommend to other dog owners. But we also feature in this video dog puzzles from other brands, such as Trixie Dog Activity or JW Pet.

Dog puzzles featured in this video include
Nina Ottosson’s Dog Smart puzzle, a Level 1 dog puzzle (easy difficulty),
Nina Ottosson’s Dog Brick puzzle, a Level 2 dog puzzle (intermediate difficulty),
Nina Ottosson’s Dog Casino puzzle, a Level 3 dog puzzle (advanced difficulty),
Nina Ottosson’s Dog Twister puzzle, a Level 3 dog puzzle (advanced difficulty),
Nina Ottosson’s Dog Worker puzzle, a Level 3 dog puzzle (advanced difficulty),
Nina Ottosson’s Challenge Slider puzzle, a Level 3 dog puzzle (advanced difficulty),
Trixie’s Flip Bone Dog Activity puzzle, a Level 1 dog puzzle (easy difficulty),
Trixie’s Push Away Dog Activity puzzle, a Level 2 dog puzzle (intermediate difficulty),
Trixie’s Poker Box Vario Strategy game, a Level 2 dog puzzle (intermediate difficulty),
JW Pet’s Treat Tower

We also want to thank Yeti Dog Treats www.yeti.pet, the other sponsor of this video. Their dog treats Cheesy Beef Bites and Cheesy Chicken Bites are great treats to use in puzzles because they are all-natural dog treats
and can easily be broken down into small pieces that fit into the dog puzzle compartments. By breaking them down into small pieces, we can use only two or three dog treats for a whole dog puzzle.
Instagram accounts of the various Pomskies featured in this video:
Beedi: @beedi_the_pomsky
Rocko: @rockothepomsky
Cooper: @cuteness_with_cooper
Sophie: @sophie_the_pomsky
Loki: @the.pomsky.loki

Shameless plug for our own Instagram account: james_and_laurent

Because Pomskies are so popular, there are some not-so-reputable breeders that have been breeding Pomskies to make quick bucks. You want to make sure your Pomsky comes from a reputable Pomsky breeder with a long track record. Our Pomsky came from Oxsana Perfect Pomsky, one of the oldest Pomsky breeders in the US. You can follow Oxsana Perfect Pomsky on the following social media:
Instagram: @oxsanaperfectpomsky
Facebook: Oxsana Perfect Pomsky puppies
Website: www.perfectpomsky.com


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