Learn how to make your own tug toys, snuffle mats, a variety of treat dispensers, homemade dog treats, and how to dog-cycle before you recycle. You will have a great time making fun, enriching toys and games for your dogs at low or no cost using items you have around the house or can buy at the dollar store. These are fun toys that your dog will have as much fun playing with as you had making.
You will receive a list of recycled items to provide if you have them. If you don’t happen to have them, no worries; we’re very good at sharing. We’ll bring an assortment of dollar store items and homemade treats your dogs can try, and recipes for Eileen’s Favorite Homemade Treats.
Cost: $155 for 3 hours, which includes all materials to make 2 tug toys, a small snuffle mat, and a variety of treat dispensers. Also includes a 25% discount on any Best Dog On The Block toys or play sessions ordered within three days, and $25 towards future play sessions. Additional travel fees may apply for locations outside Baltimore metro area.
No one turned away for lack of funds. Don’t be shy about asking for a scholarship or sliding scale if you need one. Eileen has been through tough times in the past and knows how hard it is. She is happy to help people learn how to have more fun with their dogs regardless of their ability to pay.