We were in town for an appointment today, and afterwards we had a browse around some shops. I spotted this book (‘Canine Cuisine’) for just £1.99!
It’s a really cute book with some healthy, simple and easy to make recipes in. Most of the recipes only have 3 – 5 ingredients, which I love.
And the finished products looked great – although I’m not sure ours will turn out looking quite so good! 😉
They also had an allergen-free section for dogs with allergies or sensitive tummies…
It seems like a really nice little book, and I’m eager to try out some of their recipes.
Also I’ve been doing some training with Iden, our Mini Lop x Lionhead rabbit. So far he knows to poop and pee in his litter tray, come when I click my fingers, and sit still when I touch his back.
Well, I’m now working on him standing on his hind legs when asked! This is an incredibly cute trick, and one he picked up immediately. We had one 10 second training session last night, and the video is from our training session today…as you can see he is already offering the behaviour willingly. Such a clever bun!
(please ignore Zoey’s whining and our recycling in the background!)
I’m very impressed with Iden! He’s always so eager to learn and, for a bunny, he doesn’t have too much of a stubborn streak.
I used tiny chopped pieces of dried apple to train him. It’s great as you can cut them as small as you like, Iden finds them very reinforcing and they’re soft so he eats them quickly!
In other good news I’ve been taken off my medication that gives me uncontrollable jitters! This means that, in about a week’s time, my jitters should have disappeared completely…considering I’ve been living with them for two and a half years this is major news! They doubled my other anti-psychotic, which has made me super tired, but it’s so worth it 😀
Happy Thursday everybody; I have a fantastic blog planned for tomorrow (hopefully!) about what that little monster Zoey got up to in her crate the other night… 🙂