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15 December 2015
I just wanted to share details of this Canine Enrichment Facebook group I came upon recently. (I hope that’s okay, Admin?)
It is absolutely packed with ideas for mentally stimulating activities you can do at home, and toys and puzzles, many of which you can make for yourself. Although it’s called canine enrichment, there are quite a few cat owners posting there too.
The Nina Ottosson puzzles are great, but there aren’t that many of the most challenging ones, and I find we get through them rather quickly. Most of the other puzzles you can buy are just nowhere near challenging enough. In any case, the more ideas the merrier, I think, certainly for those of us with Tripawds of the hyperactive (tear your hair out) variety. And yes, Meg, I’m looking at you.
Meg, Clare and Elsie Pie xxx
Meg, Mutt, aged around 12, adopted 31/12/2009. Sudden explosive right elbow fracture 06/12 (caused by IOHC), diagnosed with End Stage Arthritis 03/15, Total Elbow Replacement 08/15, problems with healing leading to skin graft & skin flap surgery, Chronic Infection leading to implant breakdown. Became a Tripawd 9th March 2016. Lives with Mum, Clare, watched over by Angel Pie and Angel Billie My life as a MEG-A-STAR
25 April 2007
Oh my gosh of course this is more than OK, thank you Clare! The more people know about brain games for pets, the better off we all become. Thanks for sharing, I’ll take a look.