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Trixie Chess Interactive Dog Toy, Black

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Trixie Dog Activity Chess Toy provides the perfect outlet for your dog’s energy and curiosity. Ideal for the advanced canine gamer, it rewards your pet for correctly opening various compartments. Simply hide your dog’s favorite treats in the compartments and watch as she uses her intellect to get to them. Due to the unique design, the cones cannot be knocked over and must be lifted straight up to be removed for an added challenge. Vary the number and placement of treats to increase the level of difficulty. The non-slip rubber feet keep the game in place as your dog explores. Trixie Dog Activity Chess Toy is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

Key Benefits
  • A challenging and stimulating outlet for energetic, curious pups
  • Ideal for dogs experienced with more advanced puzzle toys
  • Rewards your pup for correctly opening various treat-hiding compartments
  • Non-slip rubber feet keep game in place during playtime
  • Dishwasher safe for an easy clean

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  • Item Number
    107269
  • Dimensions
    10.5 x 15.75 x 3.75 inches
  • Lifestage

    Adult, All Stages

  • Material

    Plastic, Rubber

  • Toy Feature

    Training

Customer Reviews
42 Reviews 42 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

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  • The puppy loves this thing!

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    I bought this for a 1-year old puppy who seemed to be bored and in need of more than the plain old chew toys. It took her one time to get it figured out and now she gets excited when I set it down in front of her and immediately will knock over one of the orange cones to get the first treat. After that, she will continue to play and to move the slides or tip over other cones until she is satisfied that she has recovered every goody.

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  • Depends on personality!

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    I bought this for Christmas for my rescue beagle ,collie, lab mix. He absolutely loved it, but he figured it out on the first try. He is a very smart dog and I wanted to be able to give him something that could challenge him a little. When we visited my parents and sisters, I let their furry family members try it out too. Three of the dogs couldn't figure out how to get the things to slide to get to the treats and the other didn't fully understand that he had to use his nose. ( They are rescue golden doodles, golden retriever, and a litter mate to mine.) I think this is a great toy with supervision and depending on your dogs personality. I wish they had others that had a little more challenge I bought this for Christmas for my rescue beagle ,collie, lab mix. He absolutely loved it, but he figured it out on the first try. He is a very smart dog and I wanted to be able to give him something that could challenge him a little. When we visited my parents and sisters, I let their furry family members try it out too. Three of the dogs couldn't figure out how to get the things to slide to get to the treats and the other didn't fully understand that he had to use his nose. ( They are rescue golden doodles, golden retriever, and a litter mate to mine.) I think this is a great toy with supervision and depending on your dogs personality. I wish they had others that had a little more challenge to it. … more

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  • Challenges them

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    I love that this toy really challenges my dogs. The many different ways that you can put the treats keep them having to try and really think about where they are. Great puzzle.

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  • Great puzzle for dogs

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    My dog Mia loves this puzzle. Perks up her interest. Keeps her from getting bored. Stimulates her mind to figure out where I have hidden tiny pieces of treats.

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  • One of the better interactive toys we have

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    Our little girl, similar to yours I'm sure, is pretty smart. We have three other "treat mazes" and she just more of less instantly figured them out and remembered the sequence. During the cold months we need something to help occupy her energy since outside can only happen in short spurts. This item seems to be built fairly well and will withstand some teeth abuse. What I really like is that it can be configured differently each time we use it which is maybe once per week. Although the "game" doesn't change, where the treat(s) are placed can so it does keep her a bit more occupied. Only giving 4 stars because I wish there was some additional complexity built in as she still figures things Our little girl, similar to yours I'm sure, is pretty smart. We have three other "treat mazes" and she just more of less instantly figured them out and remembered the sequence. During the cold months we need something to help occupy her energy since outside can only happen in short spurts. This item seems to be built fairly well and will withstand some teeth abuse. What I really like is that it can be configured differently each time we use it which is maybe once per week. Although the "game" doesn't change, where the treat(s) are placed can so it does keep her a bit more occupied. Only giving 4 stars because I wish there was some additional complexity built in as she still figures things out pretty quickly, however this is the best we have found to date. … more

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  • WAY too easy!

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    My puppy figured it out in no time flat because the plastic cones that are supposed to be difficult and only removable by picking them up were able to be knocked over with hardly any effort. Also, as I was setting up the puzzle the cones kept knocking over they are so loose in the holes they sit in. No difficulty at all, I am very disappointed. The milk jugs I was using as a puzzle is much more effective! Waste of money for my girl!

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  • Poodle puppies are smart

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    It only took our 8 month old standard poodle to "solve" the intermediate puzzle. Only problems were the "stand up" pueces. He immedistely removed them the first time, ate the "treats" then carried off both pieces to chew on. Also, he did not bother with the levers but used his teeth to open these 2. After 3rd time, he immediately retrieved all treats and now finds this puzzle boring and ignores it. I have not tried thd "advanced" Chess set puzzle.

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  • challenge my need to teach

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    This is the most challenging and durable type of these toys I have found. Memphis is still working on figuring out this lighting parts but she loves it and the challenge keeps her brain occupied while she has to be sitting in the house

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  • DoggieFun!

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    Both my 3 month old sheprador and 13 year old pug like this. I put dinner in it for my pug to keep him busy while training my puppy (he gets jealous). I refill it many times as I use only one piece of food in all the hiding spots and it keeps him very busy! He loves it! My puppy likes it too, although she has some more trouble finding all the hidden pieces and her attention span is not as long as his.

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  • Fun to watch

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    I have two terriers. One that has no fear and that can be afraid of any noise. No fear has this figured out ASAP and then wanted to eat the pieces that are loose. It was fun to watch her figure out how to move the squares to get the treats. Supervision is a must as my dog will eat anything. She got bored after the treats were gone. So I am still searching for something to entertain her on those days you can’t play outside or just to busy her for a while. My other pup will sniff because he smells treats but not interested enough to potentially make a noise.

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