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The importance of playing with your dog for his well-being

Playing with your dog is essential for their physical and mental well-being. This not only strengthens the bond between the animal and its owner, but also stimulates the animal's intellect and gives it the exercise it needs.
Team Jagger.Lewis
Date of publication
April 3, 2023
Playing with your dog is essential for their physical and mental well-being. This not only strengthens the bond between animals and humans, but also stimulates their intellect and provides them with the exercise they need.

In addition to establishing a relationship of trust and complicity with your dog, games help develop his cognitive abilities.
Playing with your dog contributes to his education and socialization, by teaching him how to interact properly with humans and other animals.
Finally, the games offer physical exercise adapted to the age and physical condition of the dog, which is essential for maintaining good health.

There are a multitude of games to play with your dog, depending on his preferences, age and physical condition.

Here are a few examples:

  1. The ball game: this classic game consists of throwing a ball for the dog to bring it back. It's a great way to stimulate their predatory instincts and provide them with physical exercise.

  2. The Frisbee game: similar to the ball game, Frisbee allows the dog to run and jump to catch a moving object.

  3. Search games: these games consist in hiding objects (toys, treats, etc.) so that the dog can find them using his sense of smell and his sense of deduction.

  4. Intelligence games: There are lots of interactive toys and puzzles for dogs that encourage them to solve problems to get a reward (usually a treat).

  5. Tug of war games: this game allows the dog to bite and pull on a rope or a suitable toy.

The recommended amount of time to play with your dog each day depends on several factors, such as age, breed, size and physical condition. In general, it is advisable to spend at least 30 minutes a day playing with your dog, divided into several short sessions to avoid fatigue and boredom.

Puppies and dogs that are very active may need more play time, while older dogs or dogs with health conditions may prefer shorter play sessions that are adapted to their abilities.

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