Remember the last time you had a mentally exhausting day at work and all you wanted to do when you got home was to rest and relax? Well, the same holds true with your dog.
Channel their energy and curiosity into something positive with Trixie dog games. Strategy games provide significant mental stimulation for dogs. It requires patience and concentration, making it an excellent outlet to expend your dog's energy positively.
As the saying goes, "good things come to those who hustle", your pup will be rewarded with lots of treats when they open the various compartments correctly!
Level 2 activity
A challenging game for pros, particularly suitable for small dogs
This board game comes with two cone-shaped covers and various indentations and drawers
Task 1: lift the cones - the design prevents cones from being knocked over; they must be lifted straight up
Task 2: move multiple sliders to reveal hidden treat compartments
Task 3: move knob to earn the reward hidden inside the drawer
Task 4: open the drawer of treats using the rope pull
Keep your dog challenged and curious by varying the number and placement of cones and treats
Please see training instructions included
Non-slip rubber base
Product is compliant with Australian Animal Welfare Act article 18
Prevent destructive boredom behaviour
Reduce separation anxiety
Satisfy natural hunting instincts
Provide physical exercise
Boost mental stimulation
Slow down eating to prevent vomiting and indigestion
25cm × 20cm x 8cm
Simply wipe down with anti-bacterial wet wipes and air dry. Dishwasher safe, top rack only.
No dog toy is truly indestructible. We always recommend for dog owners to keep a close watch on your dog or check intermittently during their playtime, in case things get rough. Supervised play will help toys last longer and most importantly, keep your dog safe. Always remove the toy from playtime if pieces begin to break off.
Always consider the following: Do not allow your dog to carry the game away or destroy it, as this is often a sign of frustration and/or excessive demand).
With this game, there is no right or wrong. Each dog is an individual and will find her own ways to success. Leave it to your dog to decide if she wants to use her snout or her paws; if she wants to pull the elements towards her; or push them away and in which sequence she wants to play the game.
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