As I always say, it’s always better to spoil dogs than spoil kids and I stand by that statement strongly. That is why I suggest going full overbearing dog mother and make your dog the ball pit of his dreams. Because why not?
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- Buy a kiddy pool
Just make sure there’s enough room for your dog to comfortably take a few steps and turn around
- Buy a boat load of balls
I recommend all sorts of colors, sizes and textures
- Make sure the balls are safe for dogs
You don’t want a dog swallowing a ball or a large piece of plastic or rubber
- Put the balls in the kiddy pool
Don’t let your pooch see — you want it to be a surprise!
- Take the kitty pool outside or put in a large area of the house
This is about to get messy
- Put small treats at the bottom of the kitty pool
Make sure your dog sees this part!
- Let the dogs go wild!
Dog partyyyyyy! Dogs Gone Wild!
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