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Games Dog Play

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wanna-play-ball-john-l-perdueDog games are a great way to boost his interest in learning new things and strengthen your bond with him at the same
time. Regardless of the game, the true objective is to make sure you both have fun. Keep the rules simple and easy to follow, and play often. Involve as many people in the family as you can, and see how much fun it can be to learn new ways of interacting together. Consider any of the following activities and games.

Play Fetch – a great way to tire out a tireless retriever. Use a tennis racquet to hit the ball that much further for all-out sprints.

Go swimming – another great way to exercise a very active dog. Combine it with some retrieving for a really exhausting workout.

Play hide-and-seek – an indoor rainy-day game may provide some dogs with enough activity to let them sleep the rest of the day. Also use this game to perk up your dog’s recall and teach him that coming to you is always the best option.

Hide your dog’s toys – he’ll learn to use his nose to tracj things down and bring them back to you.

Learn a new trick – practice until it’s perfect, then show off to your friends and family.

Practice Pavlov – set up a treat-dispensing toy, and show your dog how to interact with it until it pays off.

Whatever you do, be sure you are having a blast! Keep it fun, and keep the pace fast and interesting; you will see your dog perk up at the mere mention of playtime with you.

From: The Everything Dog Training and Tricks Book

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