Why not take a nice weekend and bring your dog to one of mother natures favorite spot? The Beach. The beach is an awesome place for dog owners and their pet to enjoy. Dog owners and their dog can enjoy a long walk along the beach while still enjoying the sea. The beach is a nice place to let your dog run loose and really stretch his legs.
2. Read A Fun Dog Book
Dogs are really smart animals. They can be trained to understand from the basic to the most advance set of commands. They respond well to various types of training techniques and most have a good grip on what the English language is all about. A well trained dog with interest in listening to his owner speak will sit down and listen to her owner read a fun doggy book. But guess what, just like us humans who are easily tuned out after listening or reading a long boring book, so will your dog. the trick is to read short stories to the animal and substitute the name of the dog in the story with the name of your actual dog. Somehow the dog seems to be a bit more attentive when his/her name is called. Also remember, when reading with or to your dog, ensure there are no distractions such as a cat strolling by the lawn or another dog interfering with your dog's concentration.
3. Play Ball
Ball is a great invention. It is capable of easy movement and it can be used several different ways. Dogs just cant't resist the fun of this wonderful invention. Once you get hold of a ball and begin to throw or kick that ball, I guarantee your dog will definitely want to be apart of that fun experience.
4. Watch a Dog Movie
Dogs somehow find movies which involve one of their own fascinating. This is good for older dogs which are not quite active and spend a lot of time in front the television trying to snap at the dog food in the commercial.
5. Play fetch
The good old play fetch is still a hit with young, fun and energetic dogs. Throw a dog toy, ball or a stick a distance and watch your pooch do a hundred meter dash to pick up the object and bring it back to you. This works effectively because some dogs are natural chasers and will run at anything that moves. A stick or ball being flung is movement and your dog will respond with a chase.