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Fling it Fido!

Add a little extra fun to your dog's walks Staff Writer

Here's an interesting idea for getting a little excitement into your daily walks.  Take a few tasty morsels and a long retractable leash along on your next dog walk.  We like carrot chunks, bits of string cheese, bits of bagels, crackers etc.  Anything that is neat and relatively heavy. 

Place the tasty morsel in front of your dog's nose and then fling it, roll it or toss it.  If it's relatively odorless or hard to see like carrots, you can roll it along the ground so it creates a trail your dog can follow.   Lightweight foods can't be flung as far which defeats the purpose. If you're using crackers or biscuits, you can fling them like frisbees to get some distance.   If you're rolling things, roll them on the grass where they won't pick up dirt or road grime.

We like to fling food as far away as possible so that our dogs can get some running in.  This is when your long retractable leash comes in handy especially those that go out to 26 feet.  As an alternative, try a long clothesline or static training lead. 

 When your dog comes back for another tasty morsel, fling it in the other direction.  Just make sure you're not throwing it farther than the length of the leash or you will be running very quickly after Fido.

Your dog gets some tasty fun and a little extra exercise to boot.  You may have to reduce the size of his regular meals though if you do this often. 



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