Almost a thousand exhibitors will be showing products of all kinds. So we are taking a look at some of the companies we might see at the expo, and their products.
|Trixie Gambling Tower. Photo courtesy of Amazon.|
The listing on Amazon.com comes with a good video showing how the dog should get the treats. The dog should pull the white strings to get the slats out, making the treats fall through the tube.
You'll notice the red and yellow holes on the base.
Treats put under the cones, and the dogs are supposed to pull the cones out to get the treats. Lulu can sniff out the treats well enough, but she can't seem to get the cones out with her mouth, so she keeps trying to pull them out with her paws. I want to talk to them about that too.
Still, I see a lot of possibilities for training and getting the dog's mind active with this toy. Plus, it gives you a reason to give your dog treats. Just because Lulu doesn't have it down like in the video, doesn't mean another dog won't get it better.
- Lots of ways to design a puzzle for the dog
- Good for scenting
- Very sturdy
- Tougher than it appears
- You need treats that fit, or you have to break up treats to fit
- Has to be bolted together