Take pride as your pup learns. The success rate metric measures real-time progress.
Level 1 - Learn the association
Your lucky pup will learn that toy = treats. So rewards are earned any time he touches the toy.
Level 2 - Touch on cue
Rewards are earned when the toy is touched just after the treat sound plays.
Level 3 - Task discrimination
There's a new sound to explore. The familiar treat sound still pays a reward, but the new “alley cat” sound does not. With practice your pup will learn to adjust their game play.
Level 4 - Impulse control
Rewards are still earned when the toy is touched after the treat sound, but if touched after the “alley cat” sound, the “alley cat” sound will play again. Players have to learn self control to only touch the toy after the treat sound.
Level 5 - Sound randomization
The treat sound and “alley cat” sound continue playing, but now the sequence of sounds is random to keep your dog guessing.
Your pup is crushing it. And they have the achievements to prove it. Hang them on the refrigerator or better yet, share on social media.
Add difficulty by increasing the time between sounds. More time equals longer concentration.
Break the pattern.
Dogs are really good at counting and time patterns. Randomizing the time between sounds adds another degree of difficulty. You can set the minimum and maximum time. Then let the PupPod app do the work.
Lights. Rewards. Action.
Designed specifically for deaf and noise sensitive dogs but available for all players. It's the same game, just with lights rather than sounds. The blue light pays rewards and the green light doesn't.
The most important sounds in the game.
The "game over" sound teaches your dog when it's time to take a break. Your pup will learn when it's time to paws (er, pause) so they avoid frustration. And they'll earn a badge to show how smart they are!