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Reset your dog by removing the toy, waiting a few seconds, and reintroducing it to him.
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The Chase It Pet Toy is a favorite of ours for entertaining and exercising dogs! Move the toy in a circular, up-and-down, or zig-zaggy motion and let the fun begin! You and your dog will have hours of fun playing predator-prey games with the Chase It Pet Toy.
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Start to up your criteria as your dog gets better. So, if for first few times he was just looking at, you are now going to stop rewarding the look and see if he will then touch it. If he does, click/reward that. If he fails three times, go back to rewarding for looking a few more times. Then, try to see if he will at least move toward the toy, and click/reward that. Remember, you want your dog to be successful so he likes the game. Wholesale- New Arrival Singing Dancing Walking Electronic Moving Husky Dog Puppy Toy Gift For Kids Ch...
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The exception is a dog who is simply trying to readjust afront-mouth bite to a deeper bite. In this case, the re-bite normally happenswhen there is a minor break in the game with a lack of tension, but the dogwill clamp down firmly as soon as you regain tension. If you do not want yourdog to re-bite, then do not allow the toy to stop moving - but be aware that afront-mouth bite is frustrating for some dogs. If you have an interest in theprotection sports like IPO or ringsport, you must learn to allow and evenencourage the re-bite, although that topic is beyond the scope of this book.Interactive toys are a great way to provide your dog (or cat!) with mental and physical exercise. Instead of just dumping the food in a bowl, why not put the meal inside a toy that allows your pet to think, play, move and solve a puzzle? As the pet plays with the toy, food pops out. The more the pet plays, the more she or he is rewarded for playing! Interactive toys are great tools for dogs who become upset when you leave, high-energy or intelligent breeds, or during dinner parties when you want to entertain your pooch in the other room!The first, distraction toys, are great for giving your dog mental stimulation in the form of a challenge, and keeping him or her occupied for hours. The second type of toys are those toys that are designed to get your dog moving. These types of toys include balls, rope toys, tug toys like the , hard rubber toys, and flying toys such as the or . The last type of toys – comfort toy – are usually stuffed animals or other soft toys. These toys are made for cuddling and gentle chewing.A dog cannot shred a toy that is in motion, so do not letthe toy stop moving. If the dog starts shredding it after he's won the toy fromyou, focus on getting a fast return. You can run away from the dog, lower yourposture so you are more approachable and practice behaviors that raise thedogs interest in fighting with you over the possession aspect of the preysequence. Also, consider toys without stuffing - they aren't nearly as much funto eviscerate as toys that are stuffed.This toy requires the dog to use his nose and paws to move and turn the cube in order to get the food out. It can be very difficult for some dogs to use, especially when carpet is not available. If your smarty dog is able to figure it out, there is also an option to increase the level of difficulty of this toy! The Buster Cube comes in small and large, and is available in some pet supply stores, department stores and online. When properly sized, this toy is very durable, but can be difficult to clean.Besides being engaging, this toy is also easy to scale up or down depending on the size of your dog. You need three plastic bottles, a metal pole, a wood pole, a couple pieces of scrap wood, four screws, wood glue, and a drill. Create a stand for the bottles by gluing together three pieces of wood, one for the bottom and two for the sides. Attach the wood pole near the top of the stand for added stability and ease when moving the toy. Drill a hole on either side of the bottles, where it starts to bulge outwards, then slide the bottles onto the metal pole and attach it to the middle of the stand. You can screw rectangles of wood on the outside of the frame to keep the metal pole from poking out the sides.