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Trixie Chess Interactive Dog Toy, Black

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Description

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

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
    107269
  • Dimensions
    10.5 x 15.75 x 3.75 inches
  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Material

    Plastic, Rubber

  • Toy Feature

    Training

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Customer Reviews
65 Reviews 65 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

89% Recommend

89% of reviewersrecommend this product

4.4 / 5

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  • Toy does not match the description

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    I purchased the Move2Win toy a couple months ago and my puppy has mastered it. After reading the following description <<Due to the unique design, the cones cannot be knocked over and must be lifted straight up to be removed for an added challenge.>>, I decided to purchase the Chess toy to further challenge my schnauzer. Since the cones can be knocked over easily I don't think is as challenging as the Move2Win. I am hoping the manufacturer will send me a set of cones matching the description. Otherwise, I will return the toy for a refund. I should note that all Trixie toys with cones have the same description. I did not catch the error on the first toy. IF you do not own the Move2Win I purchased the Move2Win toy a couple months ago and my puppy has mastered it. After reading the following description <<Due to the unique design, the cones cannot be knocked over and must be lifted straight up to be removed for an added challenge.>>, I decided to purchase the Chess toy to further challenge my schnauzer. Since the cones can be knocked over easily I don't think is as challenging as the Move2Win. I am hoping the manufacturer will send me a set of cones matching the description. Otherwise, I will return the toy for a refund. I should note that all Trixie toys with cones have the same description. I did not catch the error on the first toy. IF you do not own the Move2Win this is a well built toy. If you have the other one I would not recommend this one. P.S. If your dog is a chewer, watch him closely. My dog put a couple teeth markes in one of the cones before I took it away. Fortunately, it still functions as new. … more

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  • Really cute

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    It takes some training to show them what they need to do so it makes it a "bonding" activity but that's what I love most about it. He still has trouble (1.5 weeks) with the sliding plates but it's so cute watching him try. The cones he nailed in no time. Note, this is a "stage 3" toy. I probably should have started him with a "Stage 1" or "2" but we're having fun either way. It's a great interactive toy for both of us. <3

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  • Brilliant Interactive Game

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    My dog got very excited in the middle of our first training session. the game is decently heavy-duty so he couldn't tear it up easily but you should be careful not to leave him alone with it. Chess is our family game. we will be patient but looking forward to progressing thru the levels.

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  • It’s cool for your dog

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    It’s okay . My dog is very uninterested in this toy . He’s played w. it all of two times and both times I had to force him to play w. it . He’d much rather me just give him the treats instead of making him use his brain , lol

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  • Way Too Easy

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    Took my dog 30 seconds to figure this out and now he can empty it in 5 seconds! Well built product and would be good for first time dogs learning puzzle games but not for ones that know how to play puzzle games.

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  • Description isn't accurate

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    I wanted to try a more advanced toy for my labrador since he's mastered the Nina Ottoson brick puzzle. I decided on this one after seeing the great reviews and that the difficulty level *should* be higher than the one we already have. The description states "Due to the unique design, the cones cannot be knocked over and must be lifted straight up to be removed for an added challenge." This statement should be removed from the description entirely; our dog disproved this in a matter of seconds. He found the treats in all the compartments in about 30 seconds, knocking over every single cone piece with his nose while finding them. Not once did he need to lift these for the "added challenge" referenced I wanted to try a more advanced toy for my labrador since he's mastered the Nina Ottoson brick puzzle. I decided on this one after seeing the great reviews and that the difficulty level *should* be higher than the one we already have. The description states "Due to the unique design, the cones cannot be knocked over and must be lifted straight up to be removed for an added challenge." This statement should be removed from the description entirely; our dog disproved this in a matter of seconds. He found the treats in all the compartments in about 30 seconds, knocking over every single cone piece with his nose while finding them. Not once did he need to lift these for the "added challenge" referenced. He had fun, however I don't feel this product delivered on the difficultly level as advertised and the description is incredibly misleading. I would love to think my dog is a genius, but really the poor design made it super easy for him to figure out. If you are looking for a puzzle that really requires your dog to think/problem solve, this isn't it. … more

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  • Not really a "game", but fun

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    My beagle loves this toy, but I wouldn't call it a "chess game". It is well made and heavy enough not to be pushed around by my medium dog, but I wish it didn't have loose parts that can be lost or carried off. It would have been better to just have a series of intact, easy to clean interactive things to do to get treats. I do like it because my dog likes it and it was priced right.

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  • Gets them thinking

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    I started my Springer mix, who's 1 1/2 years old, on a level 2 game. She aced it right away. This is a level 3, and is taking her a bit more time to master. I do wish the towers didn't just fall over. The should be in there a little tighter. Great game to help "smart" dogs think.

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  • Great puzzle toy

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    My terrier mix loves puzzles and quickly solves them when I try to make up my own so I gave this a try. She got the hang of it by the second try and I love that I can use different combinations to keep her interested. Great purchase.

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    My grand dog did not like this toy. She likes the one I purchased last year.

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