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Carrot Top Snuffle Mat

Carrot Top Snuffle Mat
Covid Delays
Carrot Top Snuffle Mat
Due to Covid Please Note
Due to Covid Please Note
Happy Hounds is Auckland based and currently has limited access to material supplies please CLICK HERE to order your snuffle mats from the options currently available.
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Ex Tax: $30.00
  • Stock: Covid Delays
  • Model: hh/sm-org/grn

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Disclaimer: This is layman’s description intended for product information only. NZ Show Dogs accept no responsibility or liability associated with this product, description, tips or use and advises you to seek professional advice.
This Snuffle Mat is a large size in orange and green. Snuffle mats provide stimulation and enrichment to your dog by encouraging them to use their senses to sniff and snuffle through the puzzling layers to be rewarded by finding their food.
It's a fun brain game for cats and dogs enhancing their natural instincts – set up in seconds you simply drop the dry dog kibble or treats into the snuffle mat! These are excellent training tool for obedience dogs learning scent discrimination, simply add a few other odds and ends amongst the kibble and your dog will soon learn to discriminate.
Snuffle mats are great for all breeds of dogs and cats,you sprinkle your pets pets meal or treats over the mat....your pet uses his brain to sniff/ snuffle to find the food.
The mat slows down speedy eaters and makes them work for their food as a puzzle.
Great for pets on restricted physical exercise it helps calm down nervous animals too.
They can be hand washed and hung up to dry
The base mat is made from recycled tire rubber so its heavy enough not to move around when being used for snuffing
Size Range (approx): Small 30x30cm Medium 30x45cm and Large 40x45cm

NB: if the colours shown are not in stock, we'll email you
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Dog Snuffle Mat, Sniff Snort and Search, Cognitive Treat Toy, Interactive, Mental Stimulation, Slow Eating, Scent Discrimination obedience trial training

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