TRIXIE Pet Products Mini Solitaire Game for Dog, Level 1
- For beginning canine players
- Designed for puppies and small breed dogs
- Set includes base and 7 cones
- Each cone must be lifted up in order to reveal a treat
- Design prevents cones from being knocked over they must be lifted straight up to be removed
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Dogs are very playful and intelligent animals. Channel their energy and curiosity into something positive with trixie's mini solitaire game for dogs. It is ideal for the beginning canine gamer. It requires your dog to remove the cones from the board in order to uncover the treats hidden underneath. Please note that our design prevents cones from being knocked over. They must be lifted straight up to be removed. There is also a small hole on top of each to stimulate its sense of smell. Keep your dog challenged and curious by varying the number and placement of treats. The non-slip rubber rim keep the game in place as your dog explores. We have also included an instructional booklet with tips and tricks for challenging and training dogs of all ages through play. Dishwasher safe. One year warranty. Measurements 8 by 8-Inch. Weight 1-pound.
Top Customer Reviews
The pieces are very well made and of good strong thick plastic. I wouldn't recommend that pets chew on it since it could be a choking hazard, but for pets who love thinking games this one is awesome. The instructions also say that this toy should not be played with without supervision. It's an interactive game for you and your dog.
The pegs you insert are well made. The yellow ones are easy for the puppy to get out, the red ones harder.
My puppy did enjoy playing the game.
The base isn't heavy enough. He quickly learned that he could flip the game over and get all the treats.
There is a small circle of rubber on the bottom meant to keep the toy in place on floors. As soon as my puppy flipped it he ripped off the rubber circle and tried to eat it. Not good!! Health Risk. (I had gone to the bathroom while he worked with it - it was on this time he learned to flip it and go for the rubber)
My puppy never had to lift one out with his mouth. He just batted them out before he learned to flip the game. (he is a yorkie so not at all large).
If you do decide to get it, make sure you pay attention the entire time, and understand it doesn't exactly work as intended because your puppy can bat the pieces out with his paws.