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Dogit Mind Games 3-in-1 Interactive Smart Toy for Dogs
- Interactive toy for you to enjoy with your dog
- 3 toys in 1; Suction cup grips keep toy in place
- Focuses attention; Reduces hyperactivity
- Recommended for small and medium sized dogs
- Treats not included; 12 inches long x 12 inches wide x 1.5 inches high
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The Dogit Mind Games Interactive Smart Toy is a fun, interactive game for you and your dog. Physical exercise and mental stimulation are important for your dog's well-being. Working with your dog's natural hunting instincts, Dogit Mind Games Interactive Smart Toy provides your dog with a fun, engaging experience that challenges both his physical and mental abilities. The interactive smart toy is 3 games in one, with each one designed to encourage your dog's problem-solving skills while promoting bonding and playtime with your pet. The 3 games include: Hide-and-seek (dog has to dislodge tops in order to claim "reward"), Spin-a-Whirl (dog nudges wheel around the game board to reveal treats), and Sliding Puzzle (dog slides the tops to uncover the treats). The Dogit Mind Games Interactive Smart Toy focuses your dog's attention and energy while helping to reduce hyperactivity.
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As others have said, there are only 4 green tops which really limits what you can do with this even in terms of time. So I cut up a cardboard roll (from an empty paper towel roll) into 4 rings, each ring about 2.5 inches high, and they cover the other 4 holes nicely. The dog can still paw to knock them over, and she likes putting her snout down the ring to sniff. If I'm feeling really inspired, one day I might even papier mache over them to make them pretty. The cardboard roll tops won't work in the puzzle mode though and I can't be bothered to work out how to make suitable notches to enable this.
Of course I have to supervise my puppy, but she's learning that once she removes the green tops or cardboard rolls, she's not allowed to run off with them to chew. (If she tries that, once I get the piece back, I immediately take the whole game away, kibble and all and she stares at me with puppy dog eyes...) She likes to eat her kibble from this more than her Kong wobbler or IQ treat ball so perhaps it's best treated as a feeder than a stimulating mind toy.
Disadvantage is its fragility. This is not for a strong, excited dog who will either try to chew the pieces or dig them out. Definitely use with supervision.