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    Default Thank Goodness for Kongs !

    Due to the heat Morse is not getting so many walks and keeping him otherwise occupied can be a challenge. Generally speaking he is not food motivated, but he is currently having almost all of his daily food ration fed via a kong. He can be occupied for up to an hour and then he has a nap. So I get a chance to catch up on my chores.

    Whoever invented the Kong is a genius !









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    It looks like he thinks it is great fun

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    Ah yes kongs are the best! Especially for dogs that chew every other toy to pieces Morse is so cute

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    Awwwww. I saw the other day a fit and healthy dog collapsed and died on a walk in this heat. Very sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Yard Bunnies View Post
    Awwwww. I saw the other day a fit and healthy dog collapsed and died on a walk in this heat. Very sad.
    OMG, where was that ?

    We only go out once a day atm, for an hour or so from about 6am. By 8am it is already stiflingly hot and by 10am Morse would get BBQd paws if we went out on the footpaths. The park is just scorched scrubland now. I am sure there will be a fire soon as some local eejits are having mini BBQs over there at night. I know from all the rubbish they leave behind


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    OMG, where was that ?

    We only go out once a day atm, for an hour or so from about 6am. By 8am it is already stiflingly hot and by 10am Morse would get BBQd paws if we went out on the footpaths. The park is just scorched scrubland now. I am sure there will be a fire soon as some local eejits are having mini BBQs over there at night. I know from all the rubbish they leave behind
    Up North but it was only 21 degrees, so maybe an underlying cause ?

    Why would you have a mini BBQ and leave the mess ? . So many people are slobs.

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/rspc...-a3876551.html

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