Relieve dog boredom with nose work games—hide treats, play hide and seek. Dogs love it and use their natural abilities to "hunt" for food.
a mentally and physically stimulating game for dogs. Not aggressive. Make your own toy with fleece or old t-shirts.
Explore new areas, vary pace. Dogs thrive on smells; sniffing = mental stimulation.
Use food dispensing toys like Kong Wobbler, Bob-A-Lot, and DIY options to mentally stimulate and relieve dog boredom. Interactive and engaging!
Training dogs mentally tires them, prevents trouble. Teach recall, impulse control, sit, lay down, shake, stay, roll over. Fun tricks!
"Dog-friendly Shawnee Mission Park: scenic trails, off-leash 'Bark Park,' camping, and a dog pool. Perfect for a family getaway with your pup!"
Customize jobs for your dog based on breed tendencies: Retrievers fetch, Border Collies excel in agility. Try lure coursing or building a dog cart!
Have a dog play date with friends, family, or friendly neighborhood dogs to give your dog meaningful interaction and fun!