Teach Your Dog a New TrickNow is a great time to teach your dog a new trick or two. Some to add to your list are rollover, shake, spin, and speak! A few training tips are to keep your sessions under 10 minutes, practice once or twice a day, and use small treats as a reward for good behavior. Who says you can't teach an old (or young) dog new tricks?
Go For a Walk
It's important during this time to get outside and get fresh air. Taking your dog to a local park or on a walk or hike are great ways to get moving. Bring along a ball or frisbee for some extra fun!
Make Homemade Dog Treats
Get creative in the kitchen! There are so many recipes online to make healthy and delicious dog treats. Stay tuned, in our next blog-on-it we are going to be sharing some of our favorites!
A stuffed kong is a great way to keep your dog occupied. Just fill it with a snack such as peanut butter or a treat and your dog can have fun trying to get it out. If you don't already have a stuffed kong, we've listed a few below you can order online!
Doggie Spa Day
Instead of going to the groomers, pamper your pup with an at-home spa day! Give your dog a bath at home so he or she is fresh and clean! You can also brush out their coat or even add a bandana!
We hope you got some ideas of different things to do with your dog at home. Send us a picture on Instagram if you give any of these a try, and stay tuned for our next post in which we will share our favorite dog treat recipes!