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Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy

Creates mental stimulation & a unique challenge every timeCones & sliders must be moved to reveal treatsRubber feet to prevent slidingInstruction booklet included for tips & tricks for training
Average Customer Rating:
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7 out of 7(100%)reviewers recommend this product.
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Customer Reviews for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
Review 1 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5

Doggie Chess Rocks!

PostedMarch 29, 2014
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GadgetGirl
from Poughkeepsie NY
My Sheltie is smart and needs mental stimulation. With the bad winter still lingering I thought it would be great to make him find his food in an entertaining way. I only had to show him once or twice how the pieces move. After that he was able to figure it out after trying for a short time. He gets excited when I get the game out, and I would recommend this to anyone who has an inquisitive dog. The pieces move easily and they are built very well. The materials are not flimsy at all. It was well worth the money. It is a great game!
I would recommend this to a friend!
+2points
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Review 2 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Great purchase!

PostedMay 11, 2013
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Training1Westie
from New York, NY
My 5 months old Westie loves it! In 1 week she was playing like a pro. She wants to play it daily even with her regular food. Terriers need to exercise physically and mentally.
Great game for a rainy day!
I would recommend this to a friend!
+5points
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Review 3 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Best game

PostedMarch 12, 2013
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PhDee
from TX
We have 3 of these treat puzzle toys. This is the sturdiest of them-the plastic seems thick and tough but easy to clean (vs the wooden one we can't really disinfect and the cheaper plastic one).
The sliding part of the puzzle is easy but lifting the yellow things is challenging. With all the moving parts we can vary where to hide the treats and keep it interesting.
I would recommend this to a friend!
+9points
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Review 4 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Brilliant product

PostedDecember 24, 2012
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4crazyAussieDogs
from New England
This game is durable and well thought out. It didn't take long for my dogs to "get" it but I don't foresee it getting dusty on the shelf. There are plenty of ways to switch things up for them - to make it more interesting, more difficult, etc.
I would recommend this to a friend!
+8points
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Review 5 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Awesome toy!

PostedSeptember 18, 2012
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TrixieActivity
from Minneapolis, MN
I have a mini Australian Shepherd and he loves the toy! We started out with using just the sliding blocks and added the other pieces a few tries later. He gets faster at it every time. I would highly recommend this toy.
I would recommend this to a friend!
+8points
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Review 6 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
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5 / 5
5 / 5

A great Challenge

PostedJuly 9, 2012
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Buddysperson
from Ann Arbor, MI
We bought this for a Bull Terrier. He is very challenged by this toy so far. He has another puzzle that became easy for him quickly but this toy has so many different possible combinations he loves it! We're very happy with this buy.
I would recommend this to a friend!
+5points
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Review 7 for Trixie Activity Chess Dog Toy
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5

A learning experience

PostedFebruary 25, 2012
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xander79
from Dallas, Tx
I followed the directions on how to use it and it worked out just fine for my dog which is a husky/german shephard. Except I just use it a few times a week.
I suggest repeating the same trick twice to make sure he remembers it if he has a problem figuring it out.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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