Dog Stuff: Week of March 26th

The rules have changed as we enter this phase of social distancing, and we want to make sure you are inspired to continue providing your dogs with the love and attention they need and deserve. This week, we want to mention two of the easiest ways to stay active together.

dog and ball ready for fetch

Play a game of Fetch

This one might feel a bit obvious... But fetch is the most classic way to spend time with your dog. It's an interactive, self-rewarding activity that doesn't require a ton of space. There are no rules other than throw or toss, and even if you don't have access to a safe outdoor area, you can still fetch inside. So, whether it be part of your daily routine or just a five minute quick boredom buster, #sharethefetch. 

There are limitless options for tools for fetch... And while we all appreciate a great stick, we offer a few different variations of fetch classics.

We like to encourage using a toy with a unique texture that encourages play and comfort but is firm enough for good bounces and hard play.

For starters, you can try our classic squeaker ball

dog plays fetch inside

Take them for a Walk / Run

If you are in an area where you are still able to take your dog outside for recreation and relief feel comfortable continuing to do so. Just make sure you are using proper practices, social distancing and scooping your poop! And if you are regularly exercising, why not bring 'em with you? Just, Maybe avoid letting your drone do all the work...

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