What is small, adorable, sweet and a bundle of fluff? You would be right if you answered, ‘A Biton dog of course!’ And they are all the above but don't let that fool you. This little dog is tougher than they look and can cope with a good dose of training and daily exercise. It is when dogs get bored that the trouble begins. A bored dog is looking for something to do. They don't mean to be naughty, it just kind of happens. They think that you will probably be pleased when they shred the toilet paper all over the house or perhaps rip the children's toys apart. That fluffy stuff that came out was surely a lot of fun! But you don't look happy nor pleased. Nor do the children. This is when your dog gets confused as they really didn't mean to upset anyone, they just needed something to do. So here are a few ideas to vary your pet's day by offering a selection of activities that test their fitness as well as their mental abilities. By the time they have tried a few of these games they won't have any energy left to rearrange the house.