Stop canine boredom with the Qwizl, an interactive dog toy! If your dog is a tough chewer, gulps down treats and chews, needs something to do, this is the solution for you! Enter to win one at the end of this post!
My GBGV Life received the WestPaw™ Qwizl® in this post to review. My GBGV Life receives no additional benefits for barking about WestPaw products or the company. The opinions in this review are the honest opinion of My GBGV Life. WestPaw is not responsible for the contents of this post.
We are not really bored at our house, but Olivia and I both love to eat fast, and that includes munching down chews like bully sticks in record time. When WestPaw asked if we would like to try out the Qwizl, we jumped at the chance. Since Olivia is orange girl, we chose a tangerine one. The Qwizl also comes in aqua blue, or granny smith colors and a small or large size. Both of us like it a lot, so we may have to get another one.
The toy is easy for your human to load. Mom tried a few different things:
- Putting a bully stick in one end
- Inserting treats in the center slot
- Sticking treats in the ends
In case anyone is wondering why Madison isn’t appearing in this review, the answer is simple. She isn’t big on food, and flat out refuses to work on any puzzle toy or slow feeder to get food or treats. Mom put her favorite liver treats in the Qwizl, Madison sniffed, licked once or twice, and walked away. This is no surprise to us, not every dog has the time or desire for puzzle toys.
Olivia took the first try at the bully stick which was inserted in the end of the Qwizl. The ends have flexible ridges to hold different sized treats and chews, and long ones could go all the way through and out the other end.
She enjoyed chewing on the bully stick in the “holder”. The toy makes it easier to grip and hold onto.
We took out toy in the house to try it with some treats. See how Mom stuck one of the treats into the end of the Qwizl? This toy is made out of Zogoflex®. This is an exclusive material that makes fetch, tug-o-war, and chew therapy more fun—it’s easy on doggie mouths, stretches (without stretching out) and sports an unstoppable bounce—all while staying tenaciously tough. If your pup is a tough chewer, this is a good option.
I worked really hard to get my treat out of the end, but eventually I got it out. There is a reason they say this will stop canine boredom! All the openings and the way the toy moves, send the scent of the treats out as we work, keeping our motivation level high.
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Olivia also had some tasty treats to rescue from the Qwizl. In this short Instagram video, you can see how hard she is working on her project!
See how comfy she is holding onto the toy while she works super hard to get the treat out of the grippers? She is really having fun.
Another wonderful thing about the Quizl is you can wash it in the top rack of your dishwasher! It’s made in the USA, and can be used indoors or outdoors, as a toy, or an interactive toy, and it even floats!