Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0

Diameter 20 x H 24cm
: 5/5
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Automatic feeder for dogs, playful combination of exercise and mental challenge, adjustable level of difficulty, manual dispensing of the snack, range up to 40 m, colour: white/blue...further information
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Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0
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Diameter 20 x H 24cm448795.0
€54.49

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Product description

Automatic feeder for dogs, playful combination of exercise and mental challenge, adjustable level of difficulty, manual dispensing of the snack, range up to 40 m, colour: white/blue

The Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0 is a great new way to test your dog’s fitness and intelligence. This challenging strategy game lets your pet have fun and earn tasty rewards at the same time. The feeder dispenses a delicious snack every time your dog presses the separate release button, keeping your pooch interested in the game and motivated to come back for more. 

The large release button can be operated by your dog’s nose or paw. It can be placed next to the food dispenser or moved further away once your dog has learnt how the game works. The sensor has a maximum operating range of 40 metres, giving you lots of options for challenging your dog.
 

How the Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 3.0 works:
The first challenge for your dog is to work out the connection between the button and the food dispenser. 
Every time your dog presses the large button, it will make a sound, indicating that a treat is waiting in the dispensing tray. This sound will quickly become familiar to your dog. If you have two pets, it’s possible to select a different sound for each dog so that you can train them to respond to their individual signal.
Once your dog has identified the connection between the button and the snack dispenser, you can move the button to different locations further away from the dispenser, increasing the challenge for your dog.
 

Trixie Dog Activity Memory Trainer 2.0 at a glance:

  • Interactive and challenging intelligence toy with varying levels of difficulty
  • Use with snacks or your dog’s normal dry food
  • Innovative food dispenser with multiple options for increasing the level of difficulty: pressing the separate button rewards your dog with a treat from the dispenser, button can be placed up to 40m away from the feeder
  • Various possibilities for securing the trigger button:
    • Ground peg for use in lawns or gravel
    • Suction cup for a firm hold on smooth surfaces or glass (e.g. windows)
    • Additional rubber holder for extra stability
  • Manually portion snacks: food holder with adjustable opening
  • With handy scoop for filling the snack holder
  • Non-slip rubber feet
  • With instruction manual, including tips and tricks for successful training
  • USB-port (cable included) or battery operated (3 x AAA and 4 x C batteries, not included in delivery)
  • Dimensions: 
    • Snack dispenser: 20 x 24cm (Ø x H)
    • Snack dispenser including food tray: 20 x 23 x 24cm (D x W x H)
  • Materials: plastic
  • Colours: white/blue
  • Included in delivery:
    • Food dispenser
    • Release button
    • Additional rubber holder (thermoplastic rubber) for release button
    • Suction cup for securing button to smooth surfaces
    • Peg for securing button in soft ground
    • Scoop for filling food holder
    • USB cable
    • Instructions for use and training
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Please note: No toy is indestructible. As with any other product, please check regularly for damage, and replace if it is damaged or missing any pieces to avoid potential injury to your pet.

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Latest user reviews

19/11/20
: 1/5

TOTAL SCAM

Half the time pressing the button doesn't open the flap. Definitely not suited to a dog's paws ! The supports included in the delivery (suction cup and external support) are useless, and there is no way to fix the button onto ground outside because there are no holes to fix it with ! Bought for 50 euros here and even though I saw it cheaper in other places I still wouldn't pay more than 10 euros for this rubbish !
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29/05/20
: 5/5

Challenging and fun

This toy is level 3 for a reason! It's a good challenge. We love the usb function and the fact you can change the settings and control the treat amount
18/12/17 | Caroline
: 5/5

Stimulating for Working Cocker

Definitely recommend this! Our Working Cocker Spaniel loves this interactive food game. The button can be placed in another room and she finds it and then runs for the food dispenser, on and on. Great design, does sometimes drop out too many biscuits (ie the game finishes more quickly)
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
18/05/17
: 4/5

Great fun

This arrived yesterday and we had much excitement from our Dalamatian pup as we set it up. Didn't even have to show him how to use it - he had it completely sussed within seconds and it was very quickly emptied! He's just 12 weeks old so not sure how long this will keep him entertained for.
21/03/17
: 5/5

Great Toy

My cocker spaniel loves this , I could see her working it out. Only took 15mins . She now gets her meals via this toy. Only drawback releases too many treats or none , hard to regulate. Very good mental work out.
09/03/17 | Sue
: 5/5

The best 'toy' ever!

Bought this for our Springer spaniel X Labrador as a Christmas present & she absolutely loves it. She'd already learned the 'tag' command so figured it out far too quickly. Last week she got a bad cut on her leg & was told to only walk on a lead for 10 days, this frustrated her immensely, as she normally gets two 1 1/2 hour exercise each day. Today I brought it out again & she was absolutely over the moon to be allowed the opportunity to do a bit of running again. I would totally recommend it!
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
07/03/17 | Sue Emery
: 5/5

Fantastic activity

Mental stimulation is just as important as physical stimulation with many breeds and this memory trainer keeps my dogs on their toes. Can't wait till the weather gets better and I can start putting the button much further away from the dispenser in the garden.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
09/02/17 | Elizabeth Graham
: 4/5

Great product

I bought this for my Sheltie, mainly to utilise for agility training as it provides a reward at a distance without me being present to help with working independently and drive. It was particularly useful for teaching weaves as I found she was looking at my hands for the reward all the time rather than driving forward. Negatives for me are that sometime too much kibble is released or none at all and button can be quite sensitive when you're running but overall great value.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
06/02/17
: 5/5

Gets a lazy spaniel moving

My cocker spaniel loves it. After nearly twice daily use for a year the original one stopped communicating between button and main unit. I didn't hesitate to get another. She can be a bit lazy so sometimes needs cheering on from the sidelines! I would definitely recommend it.
30/01/17 | Philippa Thompson
: 5/5

Fantastic fun

I bought this for my GSP for Christmas and to say he loves it is an understatement! He begs me daily to play with it. I put one of his meals in it and he works hard for it. Not had any problems, and even with a super enthusiastic GSP pushing the button still going strong. Dread the day it stops working, I'll be forced to buy another. Best purchase in a while
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
01/01/17 | zach brown
: 5/5

Great interactive toy

This is well worth the money, the button have two different sound settings and you can adjust the size of the hole in the treat dispenser to accommodate larger sized treats.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
05/11/16 | Jo
: 5/5

Fantastic boredom buster for all dogs

Bought after reading the reviews but was concerned may be a little too advanced for my 6 month old boxer puppy.......he loves it!!!. He has already been taught the 'touch' command, so just showed him the button and said touch and after the 3rd go he figured out what he had to do. I'm using his dry food from his food allowance plus a few of his broken up treats as a 'jackpot' reward, and now we move the button, hide it and it's fantastic mental stimulation. His tail starts wagging as soon as he sees it it is a very high quality, well thought out item, a light on the button would be the only thing to improve it further.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
11/05/16 | anna
: 5/5

this is the dream of every labrador

it took our labrador girl 15 minutes to figure it out. now she uses it like a kibble ATM. she runs around the house looking for the button, pushes, waits to hear the sound of kibble coming out, then rushes to the dispenser. she adores it. we have a great time laughing as we watch.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
25/11/15
: 4/5

Memory Trainer with Boxers

Bought to amuse two Boxer dogs when it's two wet outside to have a run around the Garden. In general it works well, we use some of their daily kibble allowance in it rather than buying extra treats , that way we know how much they eat a day and can control their weight. I was doubtful how long the button would last with a Boxer as they tend to get over excited about pushing a button :) but so far so good. Could have been five stars if the button had a light option in it for a deaf dog
31/08/15 | Kat
: 5/5

Entertaining for both the dog and us.

Before we got the memory trainer, our Border Collie pup thought she was part Labrador when it came to meal times. You put her food down and it will be gone a little after removing your hand. Now that we have the memory trainer she gets part of her dinner in a bowl and the rest goes into the machine, mealtimes take a bit longer now and she has fun at the same time. when she was 14 weeks old, at first she would not go anywhere near the touch sensor, she is wary of sounds, but a bit of coaxing and the cat enjoying himself touching the sensor and getting dog food (his favorite) was just too much for her. After that it took 2 minutes to work it out and she was off, touch and eat. Now the sensor is at one end of the room and the dispenser at the other. She runs back and forth between them and is always disappointed when the food has gone. She did have the advantage of being trained to touch which helped her figure it out.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
07/05/15
: 5/5

Trixie memory trainer

Great for my border collie. It took him a while to get used to the noise but now he loves chasing the button around (he's a bit clumsy...) it's great fun to watch him figure it out too.
20/02/15 | PONLady
: 5/5

Entertainment for indoors and outdoors

Bought this for my arthritic older dog for Christmas. He already understood to bop a target with his paw (taught using clicker-training), so getting him used to this was easy. I would imagine if you've never done any form of target or clicker training it would take a few days for your dog to master this game. Once they've got it, though, they love it! The dispenser is easy to fill and set up. However a large dog can easily knock it over - I wedged it between two pieces of furniture to stop my dog doing this. My boy gets so enthusiastic with the button that he 'digs' at it, flipping it over, so I also wedge the rubber-surround that comes with it under a table-leg to keep it in place. The suction-type holder (for use on tiled floors) Is fairly useless. There is a grass-peg to secure the button down on a lawn, (though looks a bit flimsy) or you can hold the button in your hand. Once your dog knows the button equals food, you could make it harder for the dog - put the button inside a cardboard box, for example, or use the button in place of a clicker to teach 'go to bed' or similar skills. (Placing the toy in a crate could help reduce separation anxiety!) The treats need to be hard kibble (I used a portion of my dog's normal food, making mealtimes last longer and helping to keep his weight down). You can adjust how many treats are dispensed. This is a great way to entertain a bored dog in the house, or distract him while you get on with hanging out the washing! It's been wonderful for my arthritic boy who can't manage long walks or chasing after a ball any more, but still wants to play. All in all, well worth the money, far cheaper than other 'target' based treat-dispensers, and works just as well.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk