OFF LEASH ADVENTURES MEANS HIGH VALUE TREATS

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San Diego is blessed to have the biggest off-leash dog park in the country. And we make full use of it. I’ve got four easy rules.

Rule #1: Don’t use the primary gate.

Just because it’s chaotic, you’ve got dogs of all sizes coming from becoming pumped up, with higher energy levels, and various ways of politeness. And puppies drained in their romp in the playground. And yet another narrow gate. No, thank you. I will go into the back way and allow my puppies to ease in the park at our own pace.

Rule #2: Practice Recall Often

My occupation as their proprietor would be to safeguard them and let them have fun at precisely the same moment. They understand they could roam and they know to return. I jackpot handle them when they perform and also make it rain treats. That way learns to understand where all of the”goodies are”.

Rule #3: If you do not return and misbehave, we return home.

Pretty strict, I understand. However, I’ve already lost one dog to another who bit it. So I am always on alert for puppies gone rogue with no operator, and that I phone my dogs to my side everywhere, I feel like a puppy is out of control. It took us until they had been about eight months until they heard this rule. And quite simply, you do not return we go home.

Rule #4: Make the reward the finest you’ve got in the kitchen. In our instance — I deliver them, Tuna Fudge, into the off-leash dog parks. I learned that from a show breeder in a dog show. I discovered just how keyed in her puppies were on her at an expo hall of 200+ puppies. I asked her what her secret was she advised me… Tuna Fudge.

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And so here is the recipe.

Tuna Fudge Ingredients With Flour

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cans of 5oz Tuna (don’t drain)
  • 1 1/2 cups of bread
  • 1/4 cup parmesan cheese
  • Spread it out on a baking pan or cookie sheet
  • Bake in 350 degrees for 20 minutes and then cut using a pizza cutter when trendy

Since Maggie has allergies and Orbit has yeast problems, I made it using coconut flour. My variant looked like that:

Tuna Fudge Ingredients With Coconut Flour

  • 3 eggs
  • 2 cans of 5oz Tuna (don’t drain)
  • 1 1/2 cups of coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp of chia seeds
  • 2 tbsp of water

Mix it all into a bowl and then spread the mixture on a skillet or in my case, I utilized these puppy treat molds delivered to us by Le Dogue (you may locate them as @myledogue on Instagram, and also you can buy their molds on Amazon).

Bake it at 350 degrees for 25 minutes, and they’re finished.

As you can see… The women were quite pleased with them.

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