Dogs lacking mental stimulation will certainly get bored and find ways to “amuse” themselves with bad habits such as a lot of barking, whining, tail-chasing, chewing on things besides dog playthings, and digging holes in the yard or, even worst, your preferred carpet.
Similar to human beings giving their youngsters mental stimulation from a young age, puppies must also be mentally stimulated. And as your pup grows, mental stimulation needs to stay a consistent component of your dog’s life.
There are numerous ways you can mentally stimulate your dog, the majority of which don’t involve any considerable costs. Here are some valuable tips: