Enhancing your dog’s mental wellbeing (Part 7) – Increasing the challenge of a food dispensing toy

And here we have our final video tutorial in our seven part series on enhancing your dog’s mental wellbeing. If you’ve missed the previous six videos, don’t forget to go back and take a look!

During this tutorial you will learn how to increase the challenge of a food dispensing toy for a dog who is a master at this game and perhaps emptying the toy faster than you can put your shoes on to leave the house or make a cup of tea to sit down and relax with!

Tips to remember; the freezer is your friend for this one, as is high quality wet dog food such as that sold by Barking Heads. It’s a simple trick but one most definitely worth learning!

As with all the food dispensing toy types and uses shown in this series, don’t forget that mental stimulation and enrichment can play an important role in your dog’s day, stimulating their sense of smell and taste buds, alleviating potential boredom when left alone for short periods of time, or even allowing you to get on with important tasks whilst they are encouraged to relax in their beds with their toy, content with their tasty treat.

Dog-ease Training & Behaviour

Dogtor Adem

Disclaimer: If you are concerned about a behavioural issue I, and Pet Food UK ltd, recommend that you seek advice from a certified behaviourist. All training is attempted at the owner’s risk and Pet Food UK ltd and Adem Fehmi accept no liability for any injuries to pets or owners sustained during training. If your dog is showing signs of aggression, especially around food, please seek professional advice.

Enhancing your dog’s mental wellbeing (Part 7) – Increasing the challenge of a food dispensing toy
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