This week we welcome Madison Moore, discussing 7 Seeking Games!

As some of you know, I was laptopless for the last week.  Yes, last Saturday, I got the blue screen of death.

Thankfully, I have married a fantastic IT guy who managed to rescue the old girl from the prospect of finishing her days in the computer graveyard.  I’m back to 99% full capability on my computer, and all is once again well with the world.

Thank you to Katie Pottenger for joining us last week and sharing her thoughts and expertise on the critical topic of canine nutrition. I think Katie’s given us all some food for thought and done a fantastic job as an RBDT expert! This week, I am proud to welcome Madison Moore as our pet expert. I met Madison on Facebook and was captivated by her fantastic videos of her Italian Greyhound, Jack. I’m especially excited for Madison’s forthcoming book, The Conceptual Dog and for her week with us as an expert. Most of the country is in the grips of a deep freeze, and with the weather being as bitter as it has been, many dog owners are seeking fun games to engage their dog’s body and mind inside (as a supplement, not a replacement to fun and games outside!). Madison’s topic is so timely, and she will be joining us daily to share new ideas for fun ways to engage your dog and beat the winter weather blues.

More about Madison:

Madison Moore is the author of the forthcoming book The Conceptual Dog (for ideas and excerpts from the book visit her blog at www.conceptualdog.blogspot.com). She lives in South Florida where she helps canines and their humans achieve harmonious cohabitation, build mobility- and sensory-assistance partnerships, and where she teaches shelter volunteers how to create behaviors and attitudes in “difficult” dogs that will improve their adoptability.

Each day this week, Madison will be joining us with a new seeking game that you can try with your dog. Try them all, and chime in on our forum with your feedback all week long!

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