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Turn Around Strategy Game
Turn Around Strategy Game
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Turn Around Strategy Game

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The interactive Trixie Activity Turn Around strategy game has two different levels of difficulty.
The beakers have different lid openings and your rabbit has to work out how to get the treats out of them by turning them around.

The Turn Around toy consists of three little beakers with lids, attached to a stand. You can hide little treats in the beakers.

Now it is up to your rabbit to work out how to get the treats by pushing or pawing at the beakers and turning them around until the snacks fall out.

You can vary the level of difficulty and choose between two different lids which have different sized openings. The toy has anti-slip rubber feet so it won’t slide around.

  • 3 rotating beakers: your rabbit has to work out how to get the treats out
  • 2 levels of difficulty: lids with different sized holes
  • Encourages mental agility: helps to keep the brain active, trains your rabbit to concentrate
  • With instructions guide: including tips and tricks to make the game even more fun, training ideas and ways to vary the game
  • Non-slip: with anti-slip rubber feet
  • Care: the rotating beakers are dishwasher-proof
  • Colour: blue/white
  • Material: plastic
  • Dimensions: 22 x 33 cm (L x W)
NB: This game is manufactured for dogs, however has been tested on rabbits, and bunnies sure love their logic toys and have no problems solving it (as can be seen on You Tube)
Safety note: It is the responsibility of the pet owner to assess the suitability of any treat, toy, or other product. Please read instructions, and directions of use carefully. Always supervise your rabbit whilst playing or eating. Remove the toy if it is damaged, or worn, or if parts become separated, to avoid injury.