Dog Mental Exercise (For A More Relaxed Dog)

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Dog Mental Exercise (For A More Relaxed Dog)

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Dog Mental Exercise (for a more relaxed dog) // Want to mentally stimulate your dog and give them more brain exercise? This is one of my top dog training tips to help solve so many behavior problems. If you want to calm an energetic dog, and you’ve tried all of the puppy training videos out there, your solution is: dog mental stimulation.

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  1. Write "helpful" below if you found this video helpful šŸ™‚ Send me requests for future dog training /product videos below as well!

  2. Funny about the antlers and himilyan chews I have had the opposite problem with dogs Iā€™ve sat and mine as well they prefer antlers over the chews but I do take the antlers and scrape them again the side walk and that seems to let out a scent and get them chewing.

  3. Helpful. My trainer also offered a great tip for my dog who doesn't get enthused about fetching or chasing balls. We have a local disability-accessible playground which is essentially deserted all winter. The equipment is close to the ground and safe making it an ideal place for a dog to explore.

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