SUMMARY: When it's cold or wet (or both) outside, how to burn off some doggie ergs?
Sunday morning at 9:30, in the back yard, frost and ice still reigned supreme, on grass and ground and forlorn agility tunnels:
The dog's water bowl was not immune, startling thirsty dogs; I enjoyed the beautiful ice patterns:
Hedge trimmings from the previous day took on a delicate new aspect:
Today, it's just plain raining and muddy. Certain human household members don't want to be out in that weather, not to mention recoiling from cleaning dozens of mudded canine tootsies. So how to burn those ergs/joules/calories/enegies/demons? One strategy is Breakfast by Buster Cube.
Tika finds that the nose nudge works well.
The foot fling also comes in handy.
Boost goes for any method that strikes her at the time.
Sometimes it goes under furniture and you just have to make a detour to chase it out of there.
When all else fails--or you're concerned that Tika might encroach on your BusterCubing domain--just pick it up and carry it around. (They're not supposed to be able to do that--are they?) Oh, yeah--and that inside-out ear thang again--