These are great ideas, but I really try to stay away from giving him treats/snacks, because he has a sensitive stomach. He has this big monkey-stuffed animal that is built tough for dogs, and I have had some luck with this because he loves stuffed animals, and will sit and chew on it for a while. The he gets into hyper mode, and wants to run. I feel so bad for him, having to sit around so much, when I know that he is feeling better, and wants to play. I take him for short walks around the block and he loves that. I just can't think of what else to do with him. I found this toy at the pet store, it was a stuffed animal squirrel family inside of their "house" which had a velcro flap that you put the squirrel's into the house through, and then close it up, it has these little holes in it, and the object was for the dog to figure out how to pull them out, well he figured this out in no time flat, and then ripped the squirrels to pieces. So much for that idea!
I don't know much about peanut butter, I did give him some when trying to give him his antibiotic, he did get diarrhea, but that could have been caused by the antibiotics. Is peanut butter generally ok for a dog with a sensitive stomach?
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