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Trixie Solitaire Strategic Game
Solitary Strategic Game for rodents
Rodents are intelligent animals that enjoy doing something. Thinking games such as the Solitaire Strategic Game are generally very healthy for animals. It stimulates and stimulates the curiosity of animals and keeps them active. It gives variation to the daily routine and counteracts boredom and therefore stereotyped behavior.
The Solitaire Strategic Game consists of the following components:
- Cones where some goodies can be hidden. The animal must lift or knock over the cones to reach its treats.
The Solitaire Strategic Game is made of hard plastic. This makes the board scratch-resistant and easy to clean. Thanks to the rubber band on the underside of the Game, it does not shift and your rodent can enjoy playing.
- Play this game together with your pet and don't let him play with it unattended.
- Choose a quiet place and train with one pet at a time.
- The daily dry food can be used as reward sweets during the game.
- It is important that your pet, especially in the beginning, be successful quickly so that he associates the game with something positive and remains motivated. For example, you can reward your pet in the beginning for giving it a try and give it a treat. As soon as your pet realizes that it is a "feeding game", he will soon be very enthusiastic about the game.
- To attract your pet's attention, fill the game in the beginning in his presence with reward treats. To increase the level of difficulty, you can also do this later, without it being there.
- Always start the game with a go-ahead signal (eg "play") and end it with a stop-signal (eg "ready") after your pet has removed all the reward treats. If your pet has followed the stop signal, then reward him with something tasty, so that the game ends in a calm and positive manner.
- If your pet fails to achieve part of the objective, even after several attempts, help him or her or repeat a familiar exercise and train in small steps. Always try to motivate your dog by praising and stroking it. Swearing and punishing is out of the question.
- Short training sessions (max. 10 minutes) with small objectives, being several times a day and being more effective and preventing overloading.
Important : this game has no "right" or "wrong". Each pet is unique and will try to reach its goal in its own way. It is up to your pet whether he carries out the assignment with his snout or paws, whether he pulls the parts towards him or slides them off and in which order he plays the game. This manual is only a suggestion on how the game can be designed in a simple and practical way.
Keep the following in mind : do not allow your pet to run away with the game or break it (often a sign of frustration and / or questioning).
|Afmetingen:||29 x 29 cm|
|Diameter:||ø 29 cm|
|Geschikt voor:||Rodents, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchilla|
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