All dogs have a bank account!
This is our version of how my dogs would rate a tennis ball, a Tug-E-Nuff toy, a Frisbee, a Kong, Licki Mat, Snuffle Mat, Kibble, cheese, meat, Peanut butter, squeeze cheese, liver paste, snuggles, training and scentwork for example.
If 0p is the lowest value and £1000 is the highest value.
We need to remember dogs have preferences and are capable of making choices just as we are, dogs are great communicators and the better listeners we are the greater communicators that they become.
Here is my dogs values system, how I interpret it and a blank one for you to fill in for your own dog, how would they rate the value system of these items and will this make you more considerate of your dogs value system in training and on walks?
A green background with a column on the left with a tennis ball, a Tug-E-Nuff toy, a Frisbee, a Kong, Licki Mat, Snuffle Mat, second left column with Kibble, cheese, meat, Peanut butter, squeeze cheese, liver paste.
To the right a black and white Spaniel doing training with a Clicker and the handler is in a Wheelchair, the bottom right is a man knelt down stroking a Wolfdog and to the bottom left is a Wolfdog in a harness in a playbow with scent boxes in front of him to the left.
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