Box of Tees – Games for Dogs
I wear a t-shirt until it can’t be worn.
Holes, here, there and elsewhere.
Some last better than others.
I’ve still got a cheeky Mambo T-shirt from 1999 proclaiming a new Jesus will be coming in 2000.
How Gill has let me keep hold of that I’ve no idea.
Most clothes are simply disappeared and questions batted back.
‘No, I don’t remember that top.’
‘Are you sure it was you that owned that favourite shirt of yours?’
I still wang on about one particular fav short-sleeved blue and white flecked shirt from the 90s that suddenly disappeared – on reflection it was terrible – but I will NEVER ADMIT IT!
Anyhow, I’m sure there’s a possibility you or your partner has a wardrobe with partially decayed t-shirts or such and such.
If wear and tear means charity’s not an option, here’s a great game to re-use them, clear some cupboard space and give your dog a bit of something different to enrich their day.
Win, Win, Win.
‘Boxes of Tees’ – Step by Step – Games for Dogs
Grab yourself a box, some deliciously healthy Bounce and Bella treats and some old tea towels, t-shirts or similar thin clothing.
It’s a super simple game…
- Pop some treats in a small open box
- Cover them with a tea towel or tee shirt
- Layer it up with more treats and towels
- Let your dog enjoy working out how to get their treats
I know, I know you know this but I’m saying it anyway – of course don’t let your dog chew on the Tees. Bad for you, bad for them.
Try wrapping the treats lightly in the towels or tees to add difficulty.
If you use dry food this is a good way for your dog to work for their dinner.
Thanks to this week’s glamorous assistant – Barney the Briard!
You can see him trying out the game here… https://www.instagram.com/p/CaeZRTLoHKK/