Keep your dog active indoors with a game of fetch. Use a rubber ball or toy to provide physical exercise and entertainment on rainy days or cold weather.
Indoor dog training is perfect for winter or rainy days. Spend a few minutes practicing commands with treats or toys to keep your dog mentally challenged and engaged.
Engage your dog's nose with a treat-finding game. Start small, expand the area gradually. Use Fruitables treats for training. Mental stimulation guaranteed!
Play the treat cup game with your dog. Hide treats under cups and let them find the right one. Increase difficulty by hiding without showing.
Indoor tug of war is a fun bonding activity for dogs. Check out our homemade tug toys on Etsy, supporting a local rescue and college fund.
Create a fun treat-finding game using a muffin pan and tennis balls. Dogs and kids can play together, using Fruitables treats to hide.
Play hide and seek with your dog and kids! Dogs love it too. JJ, our adopted dog, was a pro at finding us. Hilarious moments, wish we captured them on video.
Indoor puzzle games keep dogs entertained. Use a puzzle toy with their kibble for mental stimulation. Plenty of options available!
Teach your dog fun tricks like sit pretty, spin, and play dead. Check out Talent Hounds for more trick ideas like back up, crawl, hug, kiss, and more!
Train your dog for agility at home using everyday items like chairs, boxes, and broomsticks. You can also order compact agility equipment for more serious training.