Because your dog health is important to you, we know you only want the best products for him. Dog puzzle toys have been around for some time but it is now time to switch to a dog puzzle feeder that will help him stay in shape.
Recommended by veterinarians.
For many years, veterinarians have been recommending our products for the many benefits it brings into your dogs lives. Today, even larger veterinarian corporations and dog behaviourists recommend these in order to maintain their health and weight to their peak level.
Helps maintain a healthy weight.
More then a dog slow feeder, the Aïkiou or “IQ” as it is pronounced, is a puzzle feeder where you can hide your dogs food. Many people dont know that dogs are used to burry part of their catch after hunting their prey. This is why dogs like to dig so much. With this dog puzzle feeder, your dog will eat at a slower pace and express their natural needs.
How it works.
Dogs are used to bury part of their prey in nature. That is why they love so much to dig for their food. Using interactive feeders, they now have to dig for food in your own house. This makes them exercise and stay healthy both physically and mentally.
Aïkiou first dog puzzle feeder.
Keeping this in mind, Kathleen Desrosiers founded Aïkiou “IQ” Company close to 10 years ago. Her goal, keep dogs occupied so they become less destructive because they can express their natural behaviours. These feeders also have the benefit of helping them maintain a healthy weight.
Keeping your pet healthy.
To this date, Aïkiou still produce cats and dog puzzle toys and feeders that keep your pets in shape. They provide many benefits including entertainment, weight management and help prevent bloating.
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Studies show there is a direct relation between activity and weight issues. Thus, using dog interactive puzzle feeders increase activity and help decrease weight issues.
The idea behind is simple
If our dog needed to work more for his food, he would spend more time doing this instead of chewing our stuff. Simple idea but really effective when you think about it.
Working for his food would make him spend more time eating then using a dog slow feeder which would be better for his health. He would need to dig for his food which is natural for dogs.
This would result in a dog being more balanced with less weight problems. And since he had hips dysplasia, we wanted to prevent him gaining weight.