3 Easy DIY Dog Enrichment Activities
Hello everyone! National Dog Day is this week (the 26th) and ya know what a dog lover I am. After having two pups of my own to love and spoil I have learned how important it is to not only stimulate your dog physically but mentally. Today I am going to share 3 of my favorite dog enrichment activities. They are easy to throw together with things you most likely have on hand and, will give you some time to get things done while your pup is distracted. Egg Carton You will need: An Empty Egg…
8 Simple DIY Dog Puzzles To Make Right Now - Proud Dog Mom
To keep things fresh, I rotate my dog's interactive toys. Good news: A little creativity goes a long way. Check out 7 DIY dog puzzles you can make at home!
Puppies and even older dogs need enrichment in their life. Destructive behavior can be because your puppy might be bored. Remember, dogs were breed to have jobs. If we don't give them a job to do,...
Snuffle Mat for Dogs Brain Puzzle Slow Feeder | Etsy
Consider a Snuffle Mat to be like an indoor walk in the park for dogs, allowing them to work one of the most essential parts of their bodies. Their nose! Perhaps you are a stay at home pup-parent and you notice your dog experiences boredom throughout the day. Possibly leading to incessant chewing, digging or barking. This dynamic slow feeder can engage your dog mentally as they enjoy using their noses to work for their food or simply put "nosework". A typical 30 minute walk is vital and…
Snuffle Mat DIY for Dogs
Canine enrichment keeps your dog occupied and their brain stimulated. Here's how to make a DIY snuffle mat. Just add kibble and your dog gets to forage!
DIY Busy Box Enrichment Toy for Your Bored Dog ⋆ Wear Wag Repeat
A DIY Busy Box enrichement dog toy is a great way to keep your bored dog busy! Put together a homemade puzzle toy to tire out your dog.
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Physical exercise is incredibly important. But mental stimulation is arguably just as important, if not more so. It is thought that 1 hour of physical exercise is equivalent to 10 minutes of mental training. It is a great way to tire out your furry friend, as well as leaving them feeling fulfilled and happy. There are plenty of ways to mentally challenge your pooch, from a sniffy walk in a new park to some of the more fancy toys explicitly designed for brain games. Busy? Get Your Hands Paws…