Tuesday, 29 December 2009

a dog game made from a Christmas present

I was just about to throw out this empty chocolate box when I realised it would make a great little dog activity.

It has all the features recommended for an interactive game (as on the Fun-For-Dogs site): the inner box slides out, treats can be placed in the inner pull-out box, and, best of all, it has a little ribbon attached so Penny can pull the drawer out with her teeth.

By the way...the chocolates were delicious.


Maggie and Mitch said...

Your mom is so clever and always thinking, Penny! Bummer that you missed out on all of that yummy chocolate :-)

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

parlance said...

maggie an Mitch, thanks for that praise! Let's see if I'm clever enough to work out how to teach the game to Penny.

JD and Max said...

Hi Penny - thanks for the link, makes very intersting reading. We got a new dog brick game from the humans for Christmas - JD is a little better at it than Max who gets a little impatient and starts bashing it with his paws!!

We've got 3 Nina Ottosson toys now - we're still not very bright though, he he he! Our humans are determined to get us that cardboard treat box as it looks like such good fun.

Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max.

parlance said...

JD an Max, you know what they say...Use it or lose it! So you'd better get going with those games, lol.

Life With Dogs said...

Very smart!

parlance said...

Life with dogs, it's still lying around. I haven't done anything smart with it after all! But one day I'll get around to it.