Indoor Dog Games To Help Your Pup Run Off His Energy
Building an indoor agility course for your dog can be quick and simple. Animal Wellness Magazine has ideas for how to set up tunnels, hurdles, and more using only household objects.
The AKC notes that dogs have 45 times more scent receptors than humans, which means games that take advantage of their sense of smell will be particularly engaging. One idea is to hide treats under objects like boxes or containers, and give lots of praise when your pup uncovers each one.
4.Bubbletastic Dog Bubbles
Dogs loves bubbles and will get plenty of exercise chasing them around. Better yet, these bubbles are bacon-scented to ensure your pup will be extra motivated to catch them!
5. Treat balls
Pet Zone’s interactive treat ball will keep your dog active as they learn how to roll the toy to get treats out. The ball is built to prolong play without giving too many treats, and you can also adjust the difficulty level for more advanced pups.
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