Invest in interactive toys that dispense treats when your puppy plays with them. These toys engage your puppy's mind and provide a rewarding experience.
Use puzzle feeders or treat-dispensing balls to make mealtime more engaging. This encourages problem-solving and keeps your puppy entertained.
Puppies have a natural instinct to chew. Provide a variety of safe and durable chew toys to satisfy this urge and promote healthy dental habits.
Play a game of hide and seek with your puppy's favorite toys or treats. Hide them around the house and encourage your puppy to find them.
Use indoor time for short training sessions. Teach basic commands, tricks, or engage in obedience training to mentally stimulate your puppy.
Play a modified version of fetch indoors using soft toys or plush balls. Be mindful of breakable items and create a safe play space.
Tug-of-war is a fun and interactive game that allows your puppy to expend energy. Use a rope toy and ensure the game is controlled and not overly rough.
Set up a makeshift obstacle course using household items like boxes, tunnels, or cushions. Guide your puppy through the course and reward them for completing tasks.