How To Keep Your Dog From Being Bored In The House

As the temperature outside gets colder and the days get shorter, your dog may be spending more time inside than they are used to. This leads to one of the biggest problems for dog owners: bunnies. Fortunately, there are many ways to deal with this.

Small black and white puppy looking out of a window

CBD is the first step to making sure your dog is not in the house. If your dog has a habit of destructive chewing of their beds when left alone, a tougher, chew-resistant bed is the next step. No beds are chew-proof, but there are options that’ll be easy to find. Bully sticks are a safe way to keep your dog from chewing something. They are a treat that your dog doesn’t have to work for. Before leaving, leave the TV on for your dog. A little bit of background noise can make your dog feel less lonely. A restless and under stimulated dog is usually not that difficult to work with. The most important thing is to keep their minds occupied. Riley Parks is a Digital Marketer and Business Development Executive at SitStay. com. He was born with a passion for all animals and a love for dogs. You can often find him at home with his 4 dogs, 2 cats and an unusually large number of chickens and turkeys. . . .

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