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    Great stuff !! While he's on a roll it might be a idea to do it again tomorrow or even just some time outside by himself. Just a thought but i'm glad to hear he did well.
    Give him a belly rub from me please.


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    Haha, I had to go and pick my daughter up from school, so i was gone for another little while, and he began whimpering, so I gave in and gave him another frozen steak (good sized one too), I don't think he will need dinner, but I have no clue what us humans are gonna have now , I think we need to invest in a Kong and some other little things lol to keep him entertained.

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    Can i recommend buying a rip off version of a kong first. They are bloody dear and i'm glad i bought a cheap ebay version because Mojo wont touch his for some reason even when its stuffed with kibble and peanut butter.

    Maybe Macca's for dinner now ? LOL.
    My wife often complains the dog eats better than we do too !


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    You certainly can !!!!! LOL, good suggestion, I shall investigate cheaparse Kongs further....the proper ones are rediculously expensive, hence the reason Osk doesn't have one!! Though if he is a good pooch, he might get something off Santa Paws (HAHA I know, lame, I just made it up, the witty genius that I am!!) Anyyyyhooo, Maccas hey!!!Hmm don't give me ideas....and yes your wife is definitely onto something there, this mutt eats so damn well!!! LMAO

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    I chuck anything in them. Scraps from dinner, bits of sausage, cold meat that might be a bit off, cheese etc.

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    talking of off food, my cats wont touch anything off, so if i want to know if the ham is good to eat or the milk etc i just give a bit to the cats, if they turn their nose up at it i do to haha

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    Fussy buggers aren't they!!! Like men, My BF doesn't like the last little bit of milk in the carton, so he will open a new one, sometimes we have like 3 cartons of milk in the fridge because of this lol

    Oskar was good when I left him out the back this morning. I made him a play toy out of an empty softdrink bottle, cut holes in it, and put dog food and treats in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    Fussy buggers aren't they!!! Like men, My BF doesn't like the last little bit of milk in the carton, so he will open a new one, sometimes we have like 3 cartons of milk in the fridge because of this lol

    Oskar was good when I left him out the back this morning. I made him a play toy out of an empty softdrink bottle, cut holes in it, and put dog food and treats in it.
    We are not fussy, just selective! I did the same thing with my dogs but filled it with rice/no holes its like a doggy maraca haha

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