NICE BUT I THINK YOU NEED MORE GAMES FOR THE OLDER DOGS!!
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Playing games with your can be really fun for both of you, but there are other reasons to do it, too. First of all, you will strengthen the relationship or bond between you and your by spending time with him and playing games together. People who regularly play with their develop understanding, respect and communication with him. Dogs are social animals, and game playing is an important part of developing any social relationship. Also, you can actually teach your several important commands – and to obey you – by playing games that make following your instructions fun.
(By the way, playing with your will also keep him from getting bored and doing things you don’t want him to do – like chewing on your new pair of shoes or harassing the cat – and keep him active and healthy.)
That puts dogs in a whole different world of perception. But even though we don’t live in that world with them, we can play there. This week, easy nose games you can play with your dog. Not only are they fun, they’ll help exercise his doggy brain and encourage him to pay attention to you, you interesting person. One caution: Food-based scent games may be inappropriate for dogs who guard food or toys. Get help to resolve such issues before you play.
Fun, Cognitive Training Games For Dogs - American Kennel Club
Games to Play with Your Dog - Activities for Dogs
Playing games with your dog is really good for your relationship. Remember that while dogs are not humans in fur suits they social creatures and playing is an important element in developing social relationships. Playing games is a fundamental way of "modeling" real life. You can teach a dog to obey by playing games that make following your instructions fun. Don't believe me? Think about kids and how much they enjoy "Follow the leader" and "Simon Says" Think about all the games kids play that involve following (or failing to follow) directions. Kids learn from this and so do dogs. And handled properly the learning is a very positive experience.When you need good manners from your dog set him up for success! Playing dog games or getting your dog some good rigorous exercise will help your dog behave. Tire out your dog and enjoy a social lifestyle.
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