Quality bonding time spent together !

Quality bonding time spent together !

How to Help Your Dog Love Her Toys ?!

Many dogs aren’t impressed with toys until their human engages them in a game; dogs are typically more interested in toys they associate with play time with their owners!!


What’s your dog’s favorite toy? Chances are it’s the one you play with together.

Many pet parents are disappointed when their dog doesn’t show much interest in the toys they carefully select, purchase, and bring home for them. There’s usually some initial excitement when you first unwrap a new toy and toss it to your dog. But when you turn to leave the room, he drops the thing like it’s hot and follows you instead.

This is, of course, a clear sign that for furry best friend, it’s not really about the toy — it’s about you, his favorite person on the planet. The toy is only as appealing as what you and he might do with it together. If you take yourself out of the equation, it’s likely the toy will lose his interest in a hurry.

Even on days when you don’t have the time or energy to be the world’s best dog parent, you are the center of your dog’s world. Everything good that happens to him happens because of you.


Try Staying Present With Your Pet

The next time you engage in a play or exercise session with your dog, try staying present with just that one activity. Focus exclusively on your him and your interaction with him. Even if you’re not really feeling it at that moment, get animated. If you throw a toy and he brings it back to you, praise him enthusiastically each time he returns it.

If you take him for a walk, view the activity from his perspective. Focus on making it enjoyable for him. Give him a chance to sniff and dawdle a bit. Or if you’re power walking together, give him lots of encouragement and praise along the way.

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