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Dogit Mind Games Interactive Smart Dog Game

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There's no better way to build bonds with a buddy than to play a game… even if that buddy's got four legs instead of two! The Dogit Mind Games Interactive Smart Dog Toy provides mental stimulation for dogs with a 3-in-1 gaming system that includes Hide-and-Seek, Spin-a-Whirl, and a Sliding Puzzle.

Key Benefits
  • Focuses attention and energy — helps reduce hyperactivity.
  • Interactive smart toy.
  • Helps build bonds between people and pets.
  • Three games in one — Spin-A-Wheel, Sliding Puzzle, & Hide-And-Seek.
  • Recommended for small and medium sized dogs.

Every dog plays differently and, since not all toys are created equal, it’s always best to keep a close watch on your pup in case things get ruff. Supervised play will help toys last longer and most importantly keep your pal safe. No dog toy is truly indestructible, so always remove the toy from playtime if pieces begin to break off.

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  • Item Number
    65644
  • Brand

    Dogit

  • Brand

    Hagen

  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Toy Feature

    Training

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58 Reviews 58 Reviews 3.6 out of 5 Stars

73% Recommend

73% of reviewersrecommend this product

3.6 / 5

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  • Bought yrs ago on vacation

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    Found it at a CVS while on vacation years ago on clearance, $5 was a good deal to try it I figured. My lab/shepX, TerrierX, and two Chihuahuas (only 2 left now...) Was great for getting then to pay attention while taking turns, too a while for them to fully, patiently wait their turns - and the larger breeds took longer to figure out, had to be right there or the lab/shepX would flip and try to chew it to get the treats, and being very light plastic and on carpet (so suction cups didn't work). Super easy to clean. Would have beyond an excellent 5 stars if it was stronger & heavier. By far my favorite "school time" toy for the kids. We use it more with winter and other long "cabin fever Found it at a CVS while on vacation years ago on clearance, $5 was a good deal to try it I figured. My lab/shepX, TerrierX, and two Chihuahuas (only 2 left now...) Was great for getting then to pay attention while taking turns, too a while for them to fully, patiently wait their turns - and the larger breeds took longer to figure out, had to be right there or the lab/shepX would flip and try to chew it to get the treats, and being very light plastic and on carpet (so suction cups didn't work). Super easy to clean. Would have beyond an excellent 5 stars if it was stronger & heavier. By far my favorite "school time" toy for the kids. We use it more with winter and other long "cabin fever" times. So excited I can tell others where to buy it now when they ask on our videos. = D … more

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  • Not worth the money

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    It took my dog about 5 minutes to figure out how to get the treats and now she will not play with it. Not worth the money

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  • Fun and interactive!

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    The first game I bought for my dog was made of wood and he chewed it when I wasn’t looking. I like this one because it’s sturdy and he can’t (or hasn’t tried to) chew it!

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  • Playin' games!

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    This interactive game is a great addition to the other cognitive puzzle games that I have for my dog. On rain days I set them up with treats in different parts of the house and it's a way to keep the mind sharp and play indoors. The nice thing about this game is that there are 3 distinctive games, so I can make it more challenging and puppy doesn't get bored and just go for the treats!

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  • Too expensive for what you get

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    I think it’s cheap, not very inventive for the dog. He had no interest . Too much money for not enough play

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  • it's ok but not too challenging

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    It may be because I already have something similar but it was not very challenging for my dog. He got all the treats out in a matter of seconds.

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  • So much fun

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    I don't know who loves this game more, my dog or my grandchildren. We keep it under the couch. As soon as the grand kids hit the door, the dog is dragging the came out. It really is a lot of fun.

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  • Dog puzzle

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    My dog absolutely loves this puzzle, he was able to solve it fairly easy. He loves it so much he actually jumps up and down when he sees the box

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  • Dogit Mind Games

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    I thought this was ok, but my dog mastered it too quickly,so I think maybe younger puppies might benefit from this game.

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  • Have not used it yet

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    While I can't tell you if my puppy will enjoy this, I can say that it was well built and seems engaging. I hope to update this post once I have a dog's perspective

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