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This is Maggie’s happy face.
She’s just finished a fun but exhausting game of “find the food” in the front yard.

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  1. She does look both happy and tired. Good girl. I love her bed.
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  2. Good job, Maggie! It’s definitely that time where we have to get creative about exercise, since it gets dark so early, there’s less playtime outside. We’ve been finding hidden food in the garage.
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  3. Of course she is happy after such a rewarding game 🙂
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  4. That is a wonderfully happy face!

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  5. Looks like it was some very tasty food too!

  6. Very sweet!
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  7. it’s a happy smile, so I think she found the food :o)
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  8. Sounds like fun!
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  9. Awe Maggie!

  10. Tired, content, perfect.

  11. Finding food is so much more fun than just having it put into our bowls. Way to go, Maggie.
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  12. That’s a great game! My guys love that one, too!
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  13. Please explain the game. My dog is very food motivated.
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    • It’s pretty easy, we just take the little treats and scatter them around the yard ‘hiding’ them. We put some on the door sills, behind the planters, on top of rocks in the garden, the fender of the car…all sorts of places and then they just run around and ‘find’ them. It’s a good mental exercise because they really have to use their nose and figure out where they are and it’s good exercise because Maggie really runs around.
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  14. Haha! I remember you posted a video of Maggie playing Find the Food and she was so happy! No wonder she’s smiling so much. What a good girl! 🙂
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  15. That’s one of my favourite games too!
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  16. I’m glad you don’t mind having to work for your food, I would be ticked!
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  17. I always play that game…..nevermind, I am just always searching for more morsels to eat!!

  18. Hi Sweet Maggie! I’m glad you played such a fun game!
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  19. Awww!
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  20. Hi sweetie pie
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