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May508 posted:
I think it's great that my Pomeranian doesn't touch objects or get into anything! But then again, she doesn't play with any toys or any other objects either.

I was thinking I should get her one of those toys where I can put treats in the middle to stimulate her.

Since she doesn't like playing with toys, but loves to play with people, is their any suggestions on what I should do to stimulate her since it is going to be winter soon?
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