Your dog can have fun with his or her food just as you and I do, and you can make it even more fun and interesting by varying things a little. A slow feeder will ensure your dog really has to savour his or her food rather than wolfing it down in one go. And hiding treats around the house, especially on a rainy day, is an ideal way of entertaining and exercising your dog at the same time. It’s true. Your dog really can have fun with food!
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Hide your dog’s homemade treats around the house or in the garden and see how much extra pleasure he or she gets from searching for and finding them . . .
Just as you enjoy food, so do dogs. Dogs may not have quite the number of taste buds as human beings, but they are still capable of enjoying different tastes . . .
You get pleasure out of savouring your food, so why shouldn’t your dog? A slow feeder gives your best friend time to enjoy his or her food at a more . . .
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