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    Was going to get the brick game,thier a bit pricey though.

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    I bought the wooden dogbrick for Leo. It took him a while to get the hang of it but now he's quite quick
    Mel
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    You can create your own toys, the Brain games book has lots of suggestions - now available from the Gift Shop
    http://cavalier-gift-shop.org/wellbe.../prod_152.html

    You can also get the Dog Magic game http://cavalier-gift-shop.org/wellbe.../prod_153.html


    It would be helpful if those who have these toys could say which ones they have and which are the most challenging for their Cavaliers...


    We have the Tornado - and true to its name, mine go through it like mini tornadoes raiding the sections for their treats!! Kayleigh can remove the plastic bones, I put string through the holes to make it easier for Cavaliers to pick up.


    Nina is obviously really good at the Brick game, we are thinking of that one next

    Frozen sweetcorn is popular here [the individual kernels], I also slow bake chicken and liver, rabbit and heart etc in the oven until hard in tiny pieces, and they really like that!
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    Review and video of Nina Ottosson dog brick game:

    http://www.dogspelledforward.com/pro...ons-dog-brick/



    I love your photos Tania - and Dougall asleep in the tunnel it's a great spot for a snooze
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraciesMom View Post
    We don't have as many great options here for treat balls as I would like. But keep looking! Gracie can suck and lick anything out of a Kong item way too fast. I have noticed that while she likes carrots, they seem to disagree with her. Very odd but sticking to bits of apple and sweet potato.
    I posted in the review section about how Sonny loves his Busy Buddy Mushroom. It came highly recommended to us and it really keeps him busy. It isn't really a brain game as much as a treat dispenser, but we think it's great!

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    We have the dog brick.

    Ruby slides the compartments open with her tongue by licking them and Charlie frantically scratches at it until something moves lol

    Karen

    Ruby - my stunning soul mate who defies the odds every day
    Charlie- my angel at heart and devil at play


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