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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

K9Cast #25

Games to play, and some to avoid playing, with your dog, plus fun & safe dog toys and advice for an older dog who is suddenly urinating in the house.

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00:00 Intro
01:40 Dog games, which to play, which to avoid
13:15 Fun safe toys for dogs
26:38 Help for older dogs suddenly urinating in the house
33:39 Outro
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At 9/21/2005 11:02:00 AM, Lucila said...

Hey guys! Thanks for all the advise! Bela's favorite toy has ever been socks, she used to steal them from everywhere, not to tear them apart but just for some biting and licking. She has crazy ideas from time to time! Of course, the solution was to get her some pair of old socks all for herself.

At 9/21/2005 12:17:40 PM, roadmaster said...

It's a great podcast and talking about dogs is so cute! they're very good friends, and us listeners thank you for sharing ways to be better friends to our dogs too.

At 9/24/2005 11:33:15 AM, Mindy's Mom said...

Mindy loves to play catch, and lately I have been using fetch to enforce her "stay" - I say the command to stay, then throw the ball, and she must stay until I release her. Of course, sometimes I just let her run after I throw the ball; It mixes up the game a little bit, and she doesn't know when she will "stay" or "go get it" until I give each command.

And Mindy is becoming very good at Hide and Seek. When I want her to find an object, I realized it helps if I let her sniff the toy (or treat) first. Then when I hide it, she usually can find it very quickly. I am amazed how well dog's noses work!

Thank you Tara and Walter for your terrific shows. And thank you for including Mindy's photo on the enhanced podcast! I was thrilled! :)

At 9/27/2005 10:56:51 PM, Walter said...

Thank you ALL for the wonderful comments and cute doggie reports :) It's a pleasure to hear from each of you and we appreciate you writing in to contact us!!

Thanks for listening!


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