Stuck at home with your dog? These indoor activities will keep them entertained and active! Bond with your pet to beat the boredom blues.
Use a tug toy or rope to play tug-of-war with your dog, but keep breakables away and make sure your dog knows the release command before you begin!
Teach your dog a modified version of hide-and-seek by concealing their favourite toys or rewards. Begin with easy areas and work your way up to more tough ones.
Dogs may fetch up and down stairs, in hallways, or in basements. Remove any breakables and replace them with soft balls.
Set up a puppy playdate with your dog's park or walk mates. Make contact with other pet parents to join in on the fun!
Make a tiny obstacle course out of household materials such as boxes, pillows, and blankets. Train them with rewards for fun at-home workout!
For dogs, mental stimulation is just as important as physical activity. Interactive food puzzles are excellent for keeping them occupied for hours.
Any time of year, dress up your dog in attractive clothing and costumes. Take a lot of pictures together!
Make a relaxing area for your pet at home, complete with blankets, a bed, and toys. Allow them some alone time in a peaceful location.
Dogs enjoy movies and TV programmes geared towards them. Even if they do not, they appreciate the sounds and sights on the television.