Friday, June 29, 2012

The Planet Dog Orbee-Tuff Mazee = fun!

Lucky us again! The nice folks at Planet Dog sent us their new Orbee-Tuff Mazee Puzzle Dog Toy to try out for free, along with some of their pawsome Planet Dog Eats Chicken and Pumpkin Pot Pie treats that work perfectly in the Mazee.

Gotta tell ya, I like this one!

It's soft and clear on the outside, and has a puzzle maze on the inside. Mum put in the biscuit and let me and Gracie go at it.

We played with it outside since there's lots of room. The Mazee got pretty dirty, but washed up very nicely, inside and out. Here's Gracie giving it a go. She worked for a while and finally got the treat, good girly!





It entertained us for quite a little while! Gracie never likes that rubbery smell  and coating that sometimes comes with new rubbery toys, but this one didn't have it which she loved. It's quiet and durable (although for interactive play and not for chewing, supervision is highly recommended), non-toxic, recyclable (which we love!), and made in the USA.

We give it four paws up, and love having it as part of our repertoire of puzzle toys and games!

BTW - the Planet Dog Eats Chicken and Pumpkin Pot Pie treats are made with barley flour, rye flour, chicken, pumpkin, canola oil, ginger. Healthy!!!!

Get the Mazee from Only Natural Pet (on sale for $15.29), or from SitStay.com at $15.95!

6 comments:

Mitch and Molly said...

That looks like fun! We'll be checking that out. Thank you, Gracie!

Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly

Teddy said...

Oooh that looks like so much fun, I love Orbee products :)

Amy / Layla the Malamute said...

I saw a Mazee for the first time at an agility trial today and wanted to buy it, but I forgot. Now I know where to get it, thanks!

I did a search and your blog came up regarding Rafael Quinones. We're entered in our first USDAA trial next month (been doing AKC the whole time) and he's the judge. I couldn't find any of his maps online, but do you remember anything specific about his courses? Likes tight turns/open running/etc? Any info is appreciated!

And most importantly, HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOHANN! Your list of life accomplishments is very impressive and I'm sure you'll accomplish your bucket list too.

Amanda Lee said...

hi johann...

is great to catch up with u...

the puzzle looks challenging, but i'm sure u got it all figured out

Johann The Dog said...

Hi Amy/Layla! Very exciting you are doing USDAA, we love it!

I remember Rafael Quinones. He was the judge for my very first trial ever! Times and courses have changed a lot since then, but I do remember his courses were lots of open running with a couple of crosses/turns in a course. But like many USDAA novice courses they will be open running more than twisty turny like the masters courses. Good luck!

And thanks to you and Amanda for the B-Day wishes! It was a great day and weekend before!

Steffi said...

That puzzle looks great! Will definitely have to check it out.