Written By: Sweety
Engage in interactive play sessions. Fetch, tug-of-war, hide-and-seek, and puzzle toys provide physical and mental stimulation. Rotate toys to keep them engaged.
Create obstacle courses. Use household items like pillows, boxes, and cones to create challenges that test agility, coordination, and problem-solving skills.
Challenge their minds. Snuffle mats, treat-dispensing toys, and puzzle games promote mental stimulation and problem-solving, combating boredom and anxiety.
Teach new tricks. Engage their brains and bodies with fun tricks like shaking, rolling over, playing dead, or spinning. Keep training sessions short and positive.
Build indoor agility courses. Use furniture, pillows, or DIY obstacles to create courses for jumping, weaving, and balancing. Practice safely and gradually.
Consider a dog treadmill. Introduce it slowly and positively, ensuring safety and proper use. Consult a veterinarian for guidance if needed.
Get those paws moving. Put on some music and dance together for a fun and energetic bonding experience that gets both your hearts pumping.