All dogs require exercise, both physical and mental. Often, the owners simply do not have time to captivate the pet enough due to a lack of time and energy. And then, returning home, they find gnawed furniture, eaten shoes, torn wallpaper, etc. Or the dog needs their attention all the time, when they are at home, bothers with a toy. Of course, you need to go walk with the dog to satisfy its need for activity. But there is one great way to help the owners, which does not require special efforts and money, but you can reduce or even avoid the destruction of the house in your absence. You can also keep your dog busy when you are at home and work quietly at home. What mind games can give you and your dog:
- The dog will have no time to miss and yearn in your absence (howl, try to get out).
- The dog will be busy with toys, and then take a break from the intellectual games, and not gnaw your things, ruin the walls, sofas when it is left alone at home.
- This is the best solution if you need to make the dog busy in your presence, and you can work from home.
- With the help of these toys, you can switch the dog's attention from the guests to the game so that it does not react violently to them and does not bother.
- If you have children, it is a great solution to keep the dog occupied while you are fiddling with the child.
- The dog is developing intellectually.
- Develop the dog's self-confidence.
- Calm the dog.
- The dog uses its nose, and thereby you satisfy its need to find and work with its nose.
- The contact between you and your pet is improved if you play together. Some usuful tips: Treats
for intellectual games must be very loved and desired! The dog must want to get it. It can be regular food if the dog loves it. Or it can be any treats that are selected individually for each dog. In Husse's range of treats
there is a variety of flavors and shapes to suit any dog's needs.
Do not leave your dog alone with a toy so that it does not start using it as chewing gum or bone! For this purpose, we have in Husse the amazing chewing bars Dental L
The dog may need your help: demonstration of how the game works (dogs can learn by observing your actions!). Revealing certain elements, etc.
Remember to pause: the dog should perceive play as a joyful and exciting experience, not a boring routine.
Combine games - this will make the game more varied and interesting.