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Short daily walks are one of the simplest and least expensive ways to exercise your pup, and any member of the family can do it. It requires very little to accomplish, with a ton of variety based upon where you choose to walk. This trek can take place in the neighborhood, around the block, to and from the dog park with some playtime between or through the local pet store. Allow your pup to investigate as they desire, whether they’re checking out flora and fauna of the park or sniffing a person’s shoes or parcel. Take the pace that is comfortable for you as well as your precious pooch, and be sure to stop for a drink when your American Bullnese displays symptoms of thirst.
Interactive puzzles provide mental exercise for your intelligent and charming American Bullnese. While this canine isn’t one possessing high levels of energy (unless they are a pup), they are smart enough that you will need to keep them mentally challenged. These puzzles contain compartments into which you place their favorite snacks or toys. The hinged lids or doors closed, and the dog must sniff and investigate, opening the compartments by activating a lever, button or switch to reveal the contents. The dog gets the treat or toy as a reward for finding it. These puzzles, purchased at a variety of department and pet stores, are in the moderate category of price. Interactive dog puzzles are perfect games to play with your playful pup in any weather, indoors or out.
Toy toss is a game that you play indoors or out, and it can get "wild" or not. Get your pooch interested in the toy, allowing them to sniff and check it out. Then toss the toy in any direction, and encourage your American Bullnese to chase and retrieve. Repeat the fun until one of you gets tired.
Your American Bullnese is a loveable, intelligent and charming little canine companion. While they don’t require a great deal of physical exercise, they do need regular mental stimulation and challenge to avoid the annoying habits and behaviors which develop from boredom. These activities will engage your pup, both mentally as well as physically. These suggestions will trigger your imagination to create some games which are unique to your pawed playmate, and which will keep them healthy, happy and contented. Join in the fun and bond as you play.