#1. Hide & Seek
Hide the Treat is a great brain game for dogs
Hide it in a place that’s difficult to get to and leave a trail of scent by rubbing it on a few spots along the way.
#2. Tug of War
Tug is by far dog’s favorite game. It’s fun, it’s engaging, it’s great physical exercise and it’s a good way for dogs to practice their manners.
#3. Water Games
Going to the local beach can be a lot of fun for dogs, especially those that already love swimming (don’t forget a doggie life jacket ). You can bring along some dog toys and play a game of fetch in the water.
If your dog isn’t a great swimmer, Get a plastic kiddie pool and fill it with water and play games.
Fetch is a great game for energetic dogs. It provides plenty of physical exercise.
#5. Shell Game
let your dog watch as you place a treat under one of three cups. You then shuffle the cups around and encourage them to ‘find the treat.’