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November 6, 2017

We’ve been playing the muffin tin game with our dogs for years and they all still enjoy it. It uses two of the dog’s senses – sight and smell – and challenges his brain. This game is perfect for puppies, adult dogs, and even geriatric dogs. It’s also good for your rela...

November 5, 2017

Dogs who love noise toys will especially love this toy—the combination of a plastic bottle filled with biscuits is unbeatable. We sometimes use dried Sprats too. 

What You Need: 

  • Empty water bottle

  • Scissors

  • Dry biscuits 

  • Dry treats

How do I...

November 4, 2017

Whether you want to keep your dog occupied while home alone, or simply want to feed your dogs brain by keeping them challenged and entertained, food dispensing balls are an essential part of bowl free feeding.

There is a huge rage of food dispensing balls on the market,...

November 2, 2017

The idea of scatter feeding is a great one. When I mention it to clients, they either love the idea or hate the idea - its usually dependent on how house proud they are!

The idea behind scatter feeding is to make the dogs meal time last longer, make them eat slower, mak...

November 1, 2017

Many dogs and believe it or not, even some cats have a tendency to scoff their food at mealtimes. Labradors are infamous for their appetites, we care for many Labs that can literally inhale their food. This is why we purchased the Maze Bowl in multiple sizes! These bow...

October 31, 2017

What is your dog’s favorite time of the day? For many dogs, it’s mealtime! If I had dogs rank their favorite things on a scale of 1-10, I’m sure eating would be a 15. Nothing makes dogs’ tails wag faster than seeing me reach for their food. We've had dogs drool, jump u...

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