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5 Ways To Keep Your Dachshund Entertained During The Quarantine

You Might Be Thinking Quarantine Means Being Bored Out Of Your Mind Or Binging Your Favorite TV Shows.Well Not When You Have A Dachshund.

Although you might believe that quarantine is going to be the worst part of your year, I can guarantee you that there’s one member of your family whose beyond excited, your doxie. To them it means a full day of fun and excitement. Finally everyone is staying home all day which means your little fur ball doesn’t have to be
waiting by the door until you come home.

You get to have cuddle time from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed,but even with that it doesn’t mean that your dachshund won’t get bored too. Luckily we’ve come up with 5 ways to keep your dachshund entertained during quarantine,because if your furry friend’s happy, everyone’s happ

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Play the game ‘Search and Sniff’

One way to keep your doxie entertained for hours is playing the game ‘Search & Sniff’. Similar to hide and seek that us humans play, ‘Search & Sniff’ involves hiding items that your dachshund is familiar with. The items should be placed in places they can somewhat easily get to but normally don’t pay much attention to. Doing
this will push your dog to not only go treasure hunting, but also get more familiar with its living space.

Thanks to their powerful odor sensors, your pooch shouldn’t have a very hard time finding the items you’ve hidden for them.

Items can include toys, treats, or new objects that they haven’t been introduced to yet.

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Get New Toys

New things always bring us joy, and let me guarantee you the same thing applies when it comes to new toys for your pup. Introducing new items to your doxie helps increase their interest by allowing them to explore new territories. To make it even more fun, try getting a toy that enables you to add treats within it, this will occupy
your pooch for hours by maintaining their goal to get to the treat. We’re all food driven right?