No Time To Play?
Give Your Dog A Job
Dogs have an innate need to work. In the wild, every member of a pack contributes to survival. Hunting for food and protecting the pack are necessary to existence. A job provides the mental and physical stimulation that dogs need. It builds their self-esteem and allows them to contribute to their “pack.” If we don’t provide our dogs with specific jobs, they’ll find things to do on their own, and many times they aren’t things we like. It’s important to find ways to enrich your dog’s life when you’re around and when you’re not.
Nina Ottosson Puzzle Feeders
Keeping dogs engaged is a significant way to reduce behavioral problems. Puzzles in the Nina Ottosson line offer different levels of difficulty and require different strategies for your pets to complete. Your pet can hunt for treats by trying to lift or push away one block after another or by sliding the puzzle pieces from side-to-side with their nose or paw.
Let your dog look for the treats by trying to pull the discs to the side. A tricky and activating game for you and your dog/cat. Hide treats in the depressions under the sliding discs, let your dog look for...
Dog Tornado has four layers of rotating discs. In three layers there are compartments where treats can be hidden. The dog/cat has to learn to rotate the different layers in different directions with its nose or paw in order to...