Training Your Puppy to be a Diabetic Alert Dog

Training Your Puppy to be a Diabetic Alert Dog. My training manual is in
workbook format with links to online resources, training videos, recommended
products,how to use collect and use scent samples, forms to track
scent training,training checklists, and much more. 122 pages.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009


These are the best interactive toys ever. And most dogs can't destroy them. Get the Kong shaped like a snowman. In a container with a lid, pour a cup or more of your dog's dry food. Cover it with water. Put the lid on and put it into the refrigerator. Wait til the food has absorbed the water (you now have moist food). In the bottom of the Kong (where the little hole is), drop something really smelly and tasty like dried liver treats. Now stuff the Kong tight with the moist food. You can layer it with a few green beans, pieces of apple, anything to make it interesting. Remember, your dog will be able to smell everything in there. Now cover the big hole with peanut butter or cream cheese and ... here's the most important part ... freeze the Kong. This is awesome for teething pups - the frozen Kong feels great on their teeth and gums.

Stuffed Kongs are also great for when company comes. They can keep Fido busy while you're visiting. And, they can help ease the anxiety of your leaving the house. Going out for the day? The very last thing you do is give Fido that yummy smelling frozen Kong.

The red Kongs are for average chewers (fine for my Labs) and the black ones are for heavy chewers. If your dog does destroy one, take it back to the store where you bought it. Many will refund your money or give a store credit.


rachel said...

oh, we LOVE kongs! and they make the BEST balls, too!!

Abi Thornton said...

oh yes! Mr Darcy LOVES the kong ball because it is SO bouncy!!!