Pry between the upper and lower body with a plastic spatula. Move the housing up and over the socket opening. Remove the lower case, the front legs may still be attached to the case but pull off easily. When reattaching the body, it’s easiest to place the legs in lowercase, then place the capitals on top.
Using a Phillips/Phillips screwdriver, loosen the screw in the battery compartment cover (screw remains attached to the cover) on the rear right leg. Insert 2 x 1.5V size “AA” or LR6 alkaline batteries (not included). Put the cover on and tighten the screw. To start playing with I-DOG, you must first insert the batteries.
The iDog was a robotic dog toy designed and manufactured by Sega Toys. An iDog character receives input from an external music source, such as a an MP3 player, and will light up and “dance” to the rhythm of the music. It is marketed as eDog in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.