Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Also Works As Recovery Time

Hunting games are also good for down time. Like, say, maybe you have a dog that is a bit of a dingbat and possibly doesn’t watch where she is going and tends to run into things and get owies?


I mean, I’m not naming names but…
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You can pretend you are a Zookeeper and provide your wild beasts with enrichment games like


Find Your Dinner In The Backyard
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You can sit back and watch them like you’re on safari
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Although, I suppose wild animals don’t stop to check whether or not you are throwing anymore kibble
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7 comments:

  1. Good idea. My 15 week old English Shepherd tends to gobble her food. We've tried the ball that dispenses the food. At least this slows her down a bit. Your way make be even better! :)

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  2. Sounds good. Momma calls my Lily a wild beast, BOL
    Snuggles and snorts,
    Benny & Lily

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  5. Finding Dinner in the backyard...? LOL... it's looks like fun.. watching your dog in your backyard looking for there dinner... hahaha.. nice one.... Dog Crates --- just visit this site..... : ^_^

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