We at Heady Pet believe that keeping your canine friend mentally stimulated is just as important as keeping them physically fit. This is why we present to you some of the best dog games to play in the back yard or grab the dog leash and head to a dog park near you!
Hide and Seek
Does your puppy know how to stay? If so it is going to make this game so much easier, if he does not get a human helper to keep him sit still whilst you hide. This is every dog’s favorite indoor game by far, and there is just something so awesome about how simple this game really is.
Tug Of War
When played correctly, tug of war is the perfect way for dogs to get in a lot of expressive play as well as exercise. Before you begin to play this game, it is important to ensure that the dog has a good grip on the ‘drop it’ or ‘leave it’ command.
Twax Joint Dog Toy
Don't leave your dog out of the session! Our Heady Pet Twax Joint Dog Toy is going to be your pup's new favorite toy to play with and a great conversation starter at the dog park. This innovative toy features a squeaker and crinkly noise makers, this toy will keep the attention of even the hardest-to-please dogs. Made from hemp and other non-toxic materials. Hemp is exceptionally durable and has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
Treasure Hunt With Treats
You can use bits of your doggy’s favorite treats for this game. Have him stay as you hide treats around the house. If your dog has not played this game before, start out simply by placing these treats in plain sight to get them used to this idea. It takes a while for dogs to stop relying so heavily on visual cues and to hone in their brilliant sniffing ability. Once your pooch has gone a few rounds, you can make it more stimulating by hiding the treats in some tougher to find spots.
Under, Over and Through
Training your puppy to perform new tricks such as high-fives or lying down are few of the best mental exercises. Nevertheless, training them to do tricks that need physical skill exercises both their mind as well as their body, making teaching some tricks perfect for dogs. One of the things you can do with your dog to get started is training him to go under, over and through objects.For more toys which your pet and you can both enjoy, visit Heady Pet. We have an amazing collection of toys and accessories available to make your canine friend a happy happy puppy!
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