Abstract; An experiment to find out The Girls' favourite treats. Introduction; Whilst on our evening walk tonight, armed with 4 different types of training treats, I decided to see which treat The Girls preferred. Participants; Me: Scientific . . . Person. Age:. Third Decade (real age listed elsewhere) Milly:. Canine. Female. Lurcher X Dustbin. Age: 10. Weight: Carrying lockdown pounds. 20kg Honey:,. Canine. Female. Chihuahua X Princess. Age:,. She won't tell but I believe about sixish. Weight:. 2kg. Items Used; 1 Dinner Plate 1 Small Food Container lid 2 blobs of squeezey cheese. Brand:. Primula 3 small cubes of cocktail sausage 2 small cubes of chicken 3 small broken pieces of Schmackos. 2 smudges of Ham and Beef Paste. Method; Arrange various food items on plate (Milly) or food container lid (Honey). Ideally far enough apart for preference to be determined. For Milly, maybe that would involve my whole living room instead of a dinner plate. (See Conclusion). Put plate down on kitchen floor and call Dog 1 - Milly. Ignore Dog 2 - Honey who's looking a bit put out at kitchen door. This won't take long. Let Dog 1 choose what she likes. Make note of order of preference. Let Dog 1 out and call Dog 2. Tell Dog 1 she's has her turn and Wait. Block off Dog 1 and try to get Dog 2 in kitchen without Dog 1 barging in. Give up. Do acrobatics by placing food container down in front of Dog 2 while blocking off Dog 1 and hope she doesn't realise there's a gap between you legs through which she can scoff Dog 2's Selection Tray too. Freeze in place whilst Dog 2 finished her Selection Tray. Make note of the order of preference. Repeat Dog 1's experiment because it was inconclusive and you missed out the Ham and Beef paste. Shut both dogs in living room and make bed. Fight with duvet cover. And the urge to leave the dogs in living room and sod off to bed before publishing data. Conclusion Honey has a clear preference for chicken. Milly has a clear preference for whatever is closest to her mouth.