Five ways to calm your hyper dog:
1. Exercise- if you want a well-behaved dog, you need to exercise him or her.
A long walk in the morning, 20-30 minutes, and then a shorter walk in the evening after work is ideal. You don’t need to make it too fast-paced; you can let Fido stop and smell the roses. In addition to stretching his legs, all the fascinating smells will stretch his brain, too.
2. Build a routine.
Hyperactivity is often a result of insecurity on the dog’s part. This is especially true of adopted dogs who may have moved around a lot in their past and have had little if any structure in their lives. Dogs thrive on routine. Developing a daily routine gives your dog an idea of what to expect life to be like and can calm their nerves.
3. Smart toys.
Put your dog’s brain power to good use.
Get a few toys that require your dog to think. Toys like Kongs and Buster Cubes allow you to load them up with your dog’s kibble or favourite treats, keeping them occupied for a while while he manipulates the toy to make it dispense his food.
4. Obedience or trick training.
Obedience training builds a common language between you and your dog. It’s another way to calm their nerves, as it teaches them how the world expects him to behave.
5. Learn a new sport or game.
Getting involved in a dog sport like agility, flyball, freestyle or disc dog is a great way to build the bond between you and Fido.
It provides physical and mental exercise all at once.
And last of all feed your dog with a high-quality treat like DakPets dog calming treats.
These natural calming aid treats can help support your pet by keeping them calm and at ease whether it's anxious and nervous behaviour or just a slightly aggressive temperament.
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