tonyb

Dogs on Hols

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Apart from the obvious caring side, it's all about fun at the Dog and Spoon. We're introducing more and more outdoor stimulus, i.e. agility obstacles, but we're wanting to build something unique. Ideas?

Here's some of our guests.

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How about a sensory garden? There could be different textures, a sand pit to dig in, and plants such as lavender! You could hide treats and toys around it for them to find


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Just now, Rachael_Astro said:

How about a sensory garden? There could be different textures, a sand pit to dig in, and plants such as lavender! You could hide treats and toys around it for them to find emoji4.png


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Hey Racheal, we have a sensory garden already (mainly plants like lavender). A sand pit is a possibility, we have the space :). The different textures I like, we're currently building a low platform with some artificial grass, but we'd like to explore and expand on that.

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Hey Racheal, we have a sensory garden already (mainly plants like lavender). A sand pit is a possibility, we have the space :). The different textures I like, we're currently building a low platform with some artificial grass, but we'd like to explore and expand on that.


That's awesome! I wish we lived a bit closer the boys would love it there I think


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how about 2 cable drums on it's side with a wide board between them and a ladder to get on there...

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30 minutes ago, robke said:

how about 2 cable drums on it's side with a wide board between them and a ladder to get on there...

That's the sort of thing I'm thinking of, almost a mini children's adventure climbing frame ;)

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indeed...walking up and down the ladder can be a challenge for a lot of dogs same as is walking the plank...LOL

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Someone I follow on Instagram has got balance discs for her huskies they look quite fun! How about a pool and a climbing frame with tunnels etc? Doggy zip wire? Haha!

Or you could make giant versions of classic dog toys like the wooden one where they have to turn the disc to get the treats out. Would be good if you had a climbing frame type thing that there were compartments with treats hidden in and they had to work out how to get them out

Also just found this but I think there's a falling off risk!

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