top of page

More Playtime

We are excited to introduce a couple of new playscape pieces to our exercise yards and puppy play areas. The highlight so far seems to be the teeter totter for the puppies. We are still saving up for the big fancy playground equipment, but new toys are a must now that it is too cold to play in the dog pools.

After attending an educational seminar in Oklahoma and listening to Dr. Marty Greer give her many examples of enriching toys and experiences, I have a bunch of new ideas to try out in the kennel. My puppies are going to love trying some of the food exposure treats and games for sure.

When the weather is blah we have to put more effort into enrichment, but it brightens our day as humans too. It's rewarding to see our little nuggets and sweet snuggle dogs experience something new and interesting.

1 view

Recent Posts

See All

More Dog Show Training

The Harrisonville dog show is coming up in a few weeks, and I have at least a couple of boys I plan to show. Spartacus the Lhasa Apso and Pickle Rick the Wheaten are my top picks for this show. I migh

Continuing Education Units

Continuing Education Units, or CEUs, are a great way to show that you keep up with the latest and greatest in the dog breeding world. Some organizations or certifications require a certain amount of C

Dachshund Through the Snow

I thought today's snowy weather was going to make all my dogs want to stay cozy inside. I was so wrong. The snowfall was too fun to play in, and I had to bring in a few dogs for a warm bath after play


bottom of page