Trixie Dog Activity Move2Win 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 Move2Win Toy is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
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
My pups love this! It is NOT a toy you can leave your dogs alone with, but for a fun interactive game for you and your pup! It took my dogs a while to get it the first time, and needed my help pointing things out, but now they can do it all on their own! I take each piece away as they get the treats out, they are made out of plastic that could easily chewed up, but work great for the game!
love but could be better
on Aug 12, 2018
my puppy LOVES treat puzzles but we haven't quite found one that has taken her longer than 5 minutes to solve...regardless she loves this one i just wish the pieces weren't removable because it's a pain to put them back into place every time i take it out.
Joy of a Toy
on Aug 4, 2018
It is fun to watch my small dog get excited over this challenging brain game. She works hard for her treats and, after solving the puzzles, she’s eager to begin again. Great product.
Enjoy this very much
on Jun 4, 2018
My 7month old shitzu enjoys this. I now feed her while she plays. It slows her eating down and she gets to learn and have fun too. Sometimes I have to give her a hint and encourage her but she's doing a great job at it. Only had it for a little while. She just figured out how to pull the strings on the red draws, that was the last to figure out. Highly recommend this. Be patient and have fun while you both learn this.
on Jul 30, 2018
Our dog really enjoyed the challenge. He took about 5 minutes the first time. Since then he thinks it's a race. He now wants to do this every day.
My Chihuahua really enjoys this game.
on Jun 19, 2018
She has played with it 4 times now and has succeeded on all parts except to use the knob to open the drawers. So it has kept her busy and entertained for about 20 minutes at a time. She wags her tail the whole time.
on Mar 4, 2018
Our extremely excited, very large Dane pup popped open all the compartments within a couple seconds by pouncing on it, so I gathered all the treats and put it back together. Round two was much more entertaining. It still only took her about 8 minutes to figure it out. Every time she got a compartment open, I had to hold onto the puzzle pieces because our pup just wanted to chew on them. This means you have to watch your dog while they play with this toy. It's not the kind of toy that you can let them play with while you take care of stuff. By her third round she was able to open all the compartments within 6 minutes. Because of the simplicity of this puzzle, we only give it to her once in awhileOur extremely excited, very large Dane pup popped open all the compartments within a couple seconds by pouncing on it, so I gathered all the treats and put it back together. Round two was much more entertaining. It still only took her about 8 minutes to figure it out. Every time she got a compartment open, I had to hold onto the puzzle pieces because our pup just wanted to chew on them. This means you have to watch your dog while they play with this toy. It's not the kind of toy that you can let them play with while you take care of stuff. By her third round she was able to open all the compartments within 6 minutes. Because of the simplicity of this puzzle, we only give it to her once in awhile, so she doesn't get bored with it. Due to the size, I feel the toy is best suited for a small to medium sized dog. However, it's still a good purchase for the price.… more
big dog just muscles it until the drawers fall out
on Aug 13, 2018
This is a fun toy, but my dog just knocks it around and jiggles it until the drawers come out. Never yet has figured out the string pulls though.
on Jun 28, 2018
This brain toy is the first that my Havanese puppy didn't figure out immediately. She loves these types of toys and has a few. Though still really fun for her, this has been the most challenging of all. She loves it!
Great interactive toy - dog must be supervised
on Jan 22, 2018
This is a very nice toy for exercising your dog’s brain. My Border Collie figured it out in a couple of minutes (the two bins that have a string pull took a wee bit longer). It comes with instructions that it is for supervised play only. When I read that, I assumed that was one of those “the lawyers make us say this” kind of disclaimers. Well, it wasn’t long until my dog had easily removed one of the slide-out drawers and was happily treating it like a chew toy. (For some reason she really loves things that are hard and crunchy!) (sigh).