Rod Board Strategy Game

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Rod Board is an interactive food puzzle for dogs, engage their natural instincts by using their paws or nose to move the rods and reveal treats hidden within.

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Rod Board Dog Puzzle Feeder

Trixie Dog Activity Strategy Games

Difficulty: Level 1 - Beginner
Size: 35 x 19.5 xm

Looking for a toy to challenge your dog mentally? The Rod Board is a level 1 board game that stimulates your four-legged friend's senses and keeps them mentally fit.  To get to the hidden treats in the recesses, the dog has to push the sticks above them aside with their paw or nose. This activity not only improves your dog's concentration, but also trains them problem-solving skills and fine motor skills.

Slowly increase the difficulty: If your dog is new to games you can remove some of the sticks and gradually increase the amount of sticks as your dog gets the hang of it.

To make training easier, the intelligence game comes with detailed instructions. This gives you helpful tips on how to best use the toy and motivate your pet. Step by step, it explains how to set up the training and make it into a positive experience for your dog. Afterwards, you can simply put the rod board in the dishwasher, and then it is ready for the next adventure game!

Features
•  Board game with sticks and recesses
•  Non-slip due to rubber feet
•  Plastic
•  Incl. training instructions

Trixie Dog Activity Strategy Games:
• Fights boredom by keeping your dog busy – Boredom Busters
• Helps reduce destructive behaviour by exercising your dog´s mind
• Strengthen the bond with your dog

Try it out today and see the difference it can make in your pet's mealtime routine!

Please supervise your dog when using, and don´t let the dog chew on the puzzle or any removable parts. Teach your dog how to use the puzzle, play and have fun together. Put away until next time.

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Rod Board Strategy Game

Rod Board Strategy Game

Rod Board is an interactive food puzzle for dogs, engage their natural instincts by using their paws or nose to move the rods and reveal treats hidden within.

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