My boy didn't want to end Frisbee games. When he realized we were about to end a game (sometimes before we realized it ourselves) he would take off with the disc and go to a far side of the yard. At that point we go into the house leaving him outside with the toy. He didn't really want the toy for himself, he wanted to continue the game. If you dog is more toy possessive this won't work. A couple of minutes later we would find him at the door with the toy, invite him in and give him a nice treat. I also had a season of only playing Frisbee with him on a long line so he couldn't run off with the toy. That was a pain for both of us since long lines have a way of wrapping around legs.
For our Big-boy we say "all done". I suspect he understands that but still petitions to continue playing.."gee mom, just one more time". For my gal-dog I say "toys away". At that she starts anticipating a nice treat or a change of toys.
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