If it will be warm out, what about an inflatable pool so they can go swimming? Or teach them different tricks?
i am talking about in their kennels, we have baby pools for in the summer, no inflatable ones though they would kill those in under a min.If it will be warm out, what about an inflatable pool so they can go swimming? Or teach them different tricks?
I was hoping for something really cheap hehe, we are asking for puzzle toys though too.There are other puzzle toys out there but I'm not sure what you have available. Balls that dispense treats are usually inexpensive and keep dogs busy. It's also an easy puzzle to figure out. For more "advanced" dogs, the tug-a-jug and bob-a-lot are good toys. Those keep my dog busy for hours sometimes .
Raw frozen bones sound like a good idea, though .
I was thinking about that, getting ice cream containers and freezing food in them, i'm not sure if we have enough freezer space though.hrm... how about freezing kibble in some water and serving that up for dinner. They will have to find out how many licks it takes to get to the center. It won't cost anything other than the additional prep time.