While tossing a frisbee around may be fun to play with you and your friends, what about playing with your dog? Did you know that dogs also love to play frisbee? Think about it - it is like playing fetch with a ball that can be suspended in the air, making it a lengthier, more fun game! So, if you like playing frisbee, try some of these frisbee related activities that your dog will go crazy for.
For a frisbee player like yourself, the easiest way to tie in your love of the game to your love for your dog is to simply play frisbee with them. After all, you are great at frisbee already so it will be easy enough to toss a few discs to your pup, right? This guide will help you greatly if you don't know where to begin; however, once you are outside with your pup, frisbee in hand, it is all going to come naturally to you and your dog. Get ready to have some frisbee fun and get ready to watch your dog go crazy over their new game.
No one can play frisbee alone, or you'd be throwing the disc with no one to catch it. So why not play with your dog…and another dog! Playing frisbee with multiple dogs is beneficial in so many ways. First, playing alongside another dog will help your dog become socialized. Your dog should always feel comfortable and friendly around other dogs and playing a game with a friend is the perfect way to encourage this. Playing frisbee with two dogs will also help your dog learn to obey commands and follow your directions. After all, you will be the leader of this game and the pups can only play if they listen to the rules!
As an avid frisbee player, you know that throwing the perfect frisbee is the easy part. Catching a frisbee can be much more challenging. While you can try to teach your dog to throw, chances are, your pup will be stuck on the difficult side of the game - the catch. However, your dog is born to be a frisbee catcher! In fact, your dog's catch can be quite impressive if you work on it with them. You can train your dog to jump and catch frisbees at great heights in the air with such precision that any human frisbee player will be jealous!
Bring your dog for a short run around the block. Frisbee can require endurance and strength so getting your pup in running shape will improve their game
Balance some treats on top of the frisbee before you throw it. Toss the disc and watch as the treats go flying in every direction. Your pup will love retrieving them, for sure!
Frisbee is a perfect game for a dog. In fact, it is almost as if frisbee was designed for pups! You will never have to train alone or look for someone to play frisbee with as long as you have your dog around. Playing singles or doubles, jumping high or diving to catch the disc, your pup will love the game! So grab your frisbee and head to a nice field, lake or beach where you can throw far and for as long as you'd like.