Is it raining outside? Did your pup just miss his daily evening walk? Is he getting bored and whining all the time?
Well, it's quite frustrating for your dog when bad weather spoils his day out. Rainy days, extreme temperature fall, snowstorms, or the newly introduced quarantine anything can get in the way of your pup's well planed outdoor exercise schedule.
Is your dog bored of catching the same Frisbee again and again? Do you think it's time to introduce him to some new and cool dog games? If yes, you are just in the right place. Here I am going to share the 6 best games to play with your dog. No matter whether you want to revamp his daily exercise routine or give him enough cause to stay interested in playing, these games are going to give you a handful of ideas to keep your pup engaged.
We know how important it is to take care of our mental health. But did you know that the same thing applies to your little furbaby also? Yes, providing your dog with mental stimulation is as important as physical stimulation. No matter your pup is a purebred or mix, keeping his mind occupied is really important. Else, he may develop destructive behaviors, which won't be a good thing for you and your house.
Fetching may seem to be a dog's natural instinct, but not always. There are many pups who don't like to grab whatever objects were thrown at them.
My Pomeranian, Neo, used to stay put no matter whether I ask him to catch a piece of cookie or his favorite toy. I couldn't really blame him. I mean, I don’t like having something heavy in my mouth either, so why bother him!
Are you one of those true-blue pet parents who can't let go of any opportunity to dress him up? If yes, welcome to the team!:)
I totally understand how enticing it is to get your pup ready for any event. Starting from ‘Dress Up Your Pet Day’ in January to Halloween in October, or presenting him in a Dog's show, or just participating in parades- any excuse works for us throughout the year, right?