We talked about
play time earlier this week, and I thoroughly enjoyed your feedback on
Facebook. Keep it coming! I want to make one final mention on the subject that
I think is possibly the most important of all: interactive toys. This is
especially important for intelligent dogs with a great deal of energy – a description
most of our dogs likely fit. The first interactive toy to hit the streets is
the Kong, or as I like to call it, “King Kong.” The granddaddy. The leader in
this category. I have included a favorite Kong recipe below for you to try out and
share. Let me know what you think!
interactive toy I like is one that dispenses food. We tried a few with Dasher
and used them as the way we fed him every night. He had to work for his food,
which proved to be great fun. That is, until he somehow figured out how to
unscrew the tops and chew on them until the toys met their demise. If you try
these, make sure you supervise the situation so you can lengthen the life of
tried interactive toys? Let’s hear some stories!
Peanut Butter Glue
- Layer melted peanut butter and dog food in
- Give to your pit and enjoy the magic.