How to keep your dog entertained while at work
Unless your last name ends with Trump, Rockefeller or Gates, you probably have a job. While you understand how important having a job is your dog probably doesn't. And that means, while you're at work your dog isn't going to be happy and is going to likely wreak havoc to let you know just how unhappy they are while you're gone. Luckily for you, the team at Pettium has put together 3 tips and 3 products to make you and your dog's lives better during the work week.
3 Tips to keep your dog entertained while at work
You aren't the only one who enjoys watching television, your dog might too! Tune your TV to a dog friendly stations like Animal Planet to stimulate your dogs mind with curiousity.
Leave a dog accessible window shade open to allow your dog to watch what's going on outside throughout the day. Just make sure you leave the shade open and not the actual window. We don't want any of our dogs leaving without permission.
- Day Care
Just like parents take their kids to day care, consider taking your dog to day care. Many dog day care centers offer half-day and full-day pricing fleixbility. Many dog day care facilities will also allow you to prepay to save money.
3 Toys to keep your dog entertained while at work
- iFetch Interactive Ball Launcher for Dogs Learn more on Amazon
This electronic dog ball launcher works indoor and outdoors. This amazing interactive ball launcher allows your dog to play fetch, their favorite game, even when you'r not home. While pricey, it's like to be a lot of fun for your dog and impress your dog owner friends.
- Furbo Dog Camera: Treat Tossing, HD Wifi Cam, and 2-Way Audio Learn more on Amazon
With Furbo, it's like you never really leave - which your dog will appreciate. Furbo is a dog camera with a connected app in the cloud that lets you see, talk, and give treats to your dog when you're not at home.
- Electronic Motion Toy to Prevent Boredom Learn more on Amazon
This toy auto activates to keep your dog entertained. The ball will automatically make sounds and shake for 20 seconds when turn on and left inactive by your dog.
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