Hide small dog treats throughout the house in easily accessible places. This game is a fun way to stimulate your dog's senses and keep them entertained.
Create a fun obstacle course for your dog using household items like a foot stool, coffee table, hula hoop, and shoes. This activity provides mental and physical stimulation .
hide your dog's favorite toy under one of several upside-down boxes spread around a room. Your dog will use their nose to search for it, providing mental stimulation and enjoyment.
Organize an indoor play date for your dog with a friend or neighbor's dog to keep them active and promote socialization.
Use a soft ball to play with your dog in creative ways. Throw it down the stairs or play fetch. This is a fun way to keep your dog active indoors.
Engage your dog's whole body with a game of tug.Ensure the area is safe. This game is great for physical activity and bonding with your dog.
Use indoor time to train your dog. Reinforce essential commands like Sit and Down. Move on to Come, Wait, Drop it, and Speak. This is good for bonding and mental/physical stimulation.
Doga combines yoga, meditation, and dog massage. It helps teach your dog to stay calm and balanced. Look for classes or try YouTube videos.
Treadmills can provide more activity for dogs, but they need to be trained to use them properly. Start slowly and supervise them. Not for dogs with joint or hip issues.
Play the Three Cup Game with your dog. Hide a treat under one of three cups and have your dog choose the correct one. Increase the difficulty over time.
Use your stairs for exercise! Have your dog follow you up and down, or play fetch on them if your dog is coordinated enough.
After activities, relax and cuddle with your furry friend. Dogs enjoy lying on the couch with their owners.