• Doggypumper - the hygienic feeding help of pastes and viscous nutrition for dogs.
  • Easily portionable with your thumb. 'Come on and pump it up!'
  • Your hands keep clean.
  • Easily cleanable (dishwasher proof)
  • Decide for a cost-saving, high quality rewarding tool for your four-legged-friend.
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FAQ's Doggypumper

With the Doggypumper, you can easily dispense rewards or treats to your dog. You fill the treat dispenser with semi-solid dog food (such as finely chopped wet food, pastes, etc.) and push the sliding part on the back forward with your thumb. The treat is then pushed out of the front opening, allowing you to give your dog a reward without making a mess and without having to handle treats in your hand. This is convenient for supporting training, promoting obedience, and bringing joy to your dog.

Assembling the Doggypumper food and treat dispenser is simple. Here are the steps:

  1. Disassembly: Remove the Doggypumper from the packaging and place it on a clean, well-lit surface. Unscrew the front cap and pull out the sliding part from the back. Now you have all the individual components in front of you.

  2. Filling: To fill it, screw the front cap back on. Now you can fill the Doggypumper from the back (with, for example, pastes, finely chopped wet food, homemade creations, etc.). Fill the Pumper to a maximum of 2/3 of the body's length.

  3. Assembly: Now, insert the sliding part back into the body and press it forward lightly to secure it. The Doggypumper is now ready for use.

  4. Ready to Use: When you unscrew the front cap, you can easily reward your four-legged friend. Use your thumb to push the sliding part forward, thus dispensing the treat for your dog.

  5. Follow Cleaning Instructions: Don't forget to read and follow the cleaning instructions in the manual to keep the Doggypumper clean and ensure optimal functionality. You can also easily clean the Doggypumper in the dishwasher. All individual parts are dishwasher-safe.

Remember to follow the specific instructions provided in the included manual.

Yes, you can definitely use the Doggypumper treat dispenser for semi-solid dog food in dog training. It's a great tool to provide your dog with rewards during training. Here are some advantages:

  • Rewarding Obedience: You can use the Doggypumper to give your dog rewards when they display desired behaviors, such as sitting, lying down, or heeling.

  • Positive Reinforcement: The treat dispenser allows you to apply positive reinforcement in training, which can boost your dog's motivation.

  • Distraction and Focus: During training, you can distract your dog and refocus their attention on you by dispensing treats from the Doggypumper.

  • Faster Rewards: The Doggypumper enables you to distribute rewards quickly and efficiently, making training effective and engaging.

The Doggypumper is also suitable for dogs that don't tolerate chewy treats well. With its flexible filling options, you can use well-tolerated wet food, pastes, or semi-solid dog food as treats in the Pumper.

Ensure that you use high-quality homemade creations, pastes, or semi-solid dog food that is well-tolerated by your dog, and follow the instructions to ensure the treat dispenser works properly. Training with rewards can be a positive and effective method to encourage desired behavior in your dog.

The Doggypumper is best filled with the following types of treats:

  • Pastes and Creams: You can use soft pastes and creams specifically made for dogs. These often come in flavors like liver, chicken, or salmon. Make sure the consistency is not too liquid, as the dispenser could otherwise leak.

  • Semi-Solid Wet Food: Semi-solid wet food available in portion pouches or cans can also be a good choice. You can cut it into small pieces or lightly mash it to ensure it flows through the treat dispenser (easier to push and portion).

  • Homemade Creations: You can create your own treats as long as they have the right consistency. Get tips from our recipe bar in the blog. Ensure that you always have the right consistency to avoid clogging the dispenser (you'll quickly figure this out after the first 1-2 fillings).

It's important to ensure that the treats are not too firm or too liquid to ensure smooth operation of the Doggypumper. Experiment a bit to find out which treats work best, and be mindful not to overfeed your dog, especially during training.

The Doggypumper is essentially suitable for dogs of all breeds and sizes. Its use depends less on the dog's breed and more on its individual taste and preferences.

Here are some factors to consider:

  • Dog's Size: Ensure that the treat size you use in the Doggypumper is appropriate. Smaller dogs should receive smaller treat portions, while larger dogs can handle larger portions.

  • Dog's Preferences: Some dogs prefer softer treats like pastes, while others may prefer semi-solid wet food or homemade treats. Observe your dog's preferences and choose accordingly or switch it up.

  • Training Goals: The Doggypumper is a useful tool for training and positive reinforcement, regardless of the breed. If you are conducting targeted training, the treat dispenser is a valuable addition.

  • Health Condition: If your dog has specific dietary needs, such as allergies or food intolerances, make sure to use fillings that meet their requirements.

Overall, the Doggypumper is a versatile tool appreciated by dog owners of various breeds and sizes. Always consider your dog's individual needs and preferences to select the best treats.

The Doggypumper is dishwasher safe and can be safely cleaned in the dishwasher. To do this, disassemble the three components of the Doggypumper and place them in the dishwasher.

Note: For the Doggypumper variant with a neck strap, we recommend cleaning only the sliding part and the body in the dishwasher. Since the strap is attached to the screw cap, we recommend cleaning the small cap by hand and rinsing it. Depending on the level of soiling and cleaning options, you may want to periodically disinfect it.

Please be aware that the Doggypumper is made from food-grade, durable plastic. Plastics may discolor when they come into contact with food residues like sauces or other food remnants during dishwasher washing. This is beyond our control and cannot be guaranteed. If you want to ensure that your Pumper remains as attractive as possible for as long as possible, clean it by hand for added security.

Make sure to clean the Doggypumper after each use to maintain hygiene. Follow the manufacturer's specific instructions to achieve the best cleaning results.

The Doggypumper is primarily a tool for rewarding and training dogs. It is not specifically designed for raw feeding (BARF).

Raw feeding involves feeding raw meat, bones, vegetables, and other foods, while the Doggypumper is typically used for softer, processed treats and rewards. Of course, you can create your own treats and incorporate the Doggypumper into your feeding concept.

If you are providing your dog with a BARF diet, it is recommended to do so in a different manner by carefully selecting and serving the appropriate raw food components separately to ensure a balanced diet.

However, the Doggypumper is still useful for integrating treats and rewards into your dog training, regardless of their main diet. You can put semi-moist dog food, pastes, or your own creations into the treat dispenser to give your dog small portions during training or for positive reinforcement. Keep in mind that your dog's main diet, including BARF, should be carefully planned and provided to meet their nutritional needs.