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I've shared before how Molly has been slightly neglected since having Addilyn. Thankfully I think Molly is growing more fond of Addilyn every week, especially since Addilyn is now super entertained and happy whenever Molly comes around.
I thought I'd try to make up for the fact that Molly hasn't been receiving quite as much attention by buying her some sweet stocking stuffers this year. I sadly think it's been a few years since we've bought Molly anything for Christmas. I appreciate running fast and easy errands more than ever these days, so I headed to Walgreens, which luckily is less than a mile from my house.
I was proud of myself for sticking to my list and only buying things for Molly, although I did feel like one of those crazy pet ladies with a cart full of things for her dog.
Luckily for me there was a million things to choose from in the Walgreens pet aisle and most of them were on sale, which you know I immediately flock to.
I ended up purchasing five things for Molly: two kinds of dog biscuits, a duck rope toy, a chew toy and this awesome IQ dog test. Each thing was about $5. You can check out more dog toys here!
I felt slightly mean making Molly pose by her presents when she technically should be waiting until Christmas to "open" them.
So I decided to let her have one of them and picked my favorite, which is this "Seek-a-Treat IQ dog toy." I've always thought Molly was pretty smart so I was hoping she would prove me right.
I put some dog food in the little holes and then covered them with the wooden pieces. On the box it says that the dog should use their paw to flip the wood over to get the food. But Molly's big nose just simply slide the boxes over and immediately got the food.
So we're going to call that a win for Molly! (Check out my video of her trying it out here.)