Looking at the game as a whole, it doesn’t present anything specifically mystifying or unique in terms of layout, providing gamers with a five reel and three row interface to play on. It’s on these reels that you’ll find various different symbols, which include items relating to a carte blanche lifestyle, such as the blue-ribboned pink dog bone, or the palm-shaded kennel with attached water bowl. There’s also a VIP fire hydrant for dogs to use as their personal bathroom, and a gold-coloured bowl, which has had a prime cut of meat stuffed in to it, while two champagne glasses stand in the background. Other symbols included are the regular A, J, K and Q icons, which are displayed upon shimmering golden plates.
Alongside these particular features, NetEnt have also added a total of 25 different bet lines, although, if you’re the kind of player who enjoys customising these in specific, you can do so with the ‘Bet Lines’ button at your own leisure. Further customisation can be done when it comes to the wager you place per round, and this is done firstly with the coin value. This starts from its minimum of €0.01 and will increase up to €0.50 per active line. Then, you can also alter the ‘Bet Level’ section, which ranges between one and four, and therefore will allow you to play a maximum overall wager of €50 per round. This can be reached instantly with the inclusive ‘Max Bet’ button.