Turn meal time into an activity.
For the ultimate meal feeder, combine the PupPod Wobbler and Pet Tutor dispenser. Control the game difficulty from your smartphone to make the game harder as your dog gets smarter.
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Use Your Smartphone To Control The Game.
The PupPod mobile app allows you to set the criteria for earning rewards. As your dog learns over time, increase the game level and make micro adjustments using the “Time Interval” feature. Once your dog starts anticipating the timing of sounds or lights, use the “Mystery Time” setting to randomize the timing and keep your pup on their toes…’er their paws.
What Pup Experts Are Saying
“Pairing the PupPod and Pet Tutor allows you to provide an engaging and interactive game for your dog to prevent boredom. It’s a great rainy day exercise when you can’t get your dog out of the house.”
“I think it’s great for both mental and physical stimulation providing a good amount of exercise and a great amount of thinking. I have largely transitioned to feeding my pets their meals through the PupPod game.”
“I think PupPod is not just a toy, but a tool to help keep our dogs mentally active and physically fit.”
“For senior dogs, something like PupPod would be incredibly helpful where they’re not as active, but are still mentally very, very aware.”
“I like that they figure it out on their own. It’s wonderful to get some mental stuff going on. There’s tons of new research about how important it is to get their brains going. And it’s easy to do.”
“I recommend mental stimulation type activities with every client that I’ve worked with over the last 18 plus years.”
“One of the best ways to avoid common behavior challenges is to engage a dog’s brain.”
"I think it's a great interactive toy and the fact that its got numerous levels gives us the opportunity to make it a little bit harder if the dogs get bored."
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