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Temptation Alley at DogFest ....

Discussion in 'Dog Events and Festivals' started by Josie, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. Josie

    Josie Administrator Administrator Registered

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    @DogFest have three amazing festivals lined up for dog lovers this Summer

    Here is one of the events that you can give a try for yourself!

    TEMPTATION ALLEY
    Have a go and test your dog's resolve in our Temptation Alley!

    Your dog will be enticed by treats, toys and food as they head down the alley and it is your job to call them back to you. The aim of the game is for your dog to avoid temptation and get to you without eating food or grabbing toys....

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  2. Josie

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    Dennis would show me up big time in this game!!
     
  3. JudyN

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    Jasper too! I'd have loved to have gone to the Bristol one but really don't think I should leave my doddery cat overnight:( He got stuck on the landing the other day because his claw had caught on the carpet and he didn't have the strength to pull it out again:eek:
     
  4. Josie

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    Oh no @JudyN :eek: have you got anyone that could come and keep an eye on him for the day?
     
  5. JudyN

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    I'd want to stay at my mum's for a day or two as Jasper's not that keen on travelling and doing it all in a day would be a bit much. And whereas DS1 could deal with claws stuck in carpets, he has ME/CFS and couldn't cope if Monty has a major litter-tray incident, getting poo stuck to his fur and then spreading it everywhere.... It doesn't happen often, but one time it took me a good hour to clean Monty, the bathroom, and me - while OH dealt with the landing:eek:

    Sorry - you're not about to have your tea are you?:D
     
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    Not a hope.......
     
  7. Nanny71

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    I am sure I have read it somewhere, but what breed is your dog?
     
  8. JudyN

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    He's a lurcher, @Nanny71. Specifically, greyhound x deerhound x Bedlington x Irish terrier :)
     
  9. Josie

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    Ah probably best not to then @JudyN!
     
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    I think Jimmy would just run off in a random direction....
     
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    Without a doubt Folly would eat every treat and ignore the toys. That said she could still be quicker than some dogs.
     

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