by Sarah Whitehead
Bored dogs get into trouble. Bright and active dogs get into mischief. Without enough to keep them occupied, dogs of all types will go self-employed: raiding the bin, digging holes in the garden, barking for attention, or 101 other behaviors we wish they wouldn't choose. Dogs need to use their brains to keep occupied, happy, and well balanced.
The ideas in this booklet are perfect activities for dogs that can't get as much exercise as they would like or need. They can also be used as a foundation for dogs that are hyperactive or have behavioral problems. Most of all, these mind games are designed to be fun, fast, and engaging for all dogs!
Great games include:
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