Top 7 Indoor Dog Games

Hide and seek is a great way to stimulate your dog's mind and keep them active indoors. Hide treats or toys and let them find them.

Hide and Seek

You can play fetch in a spacious room or hallway. Be sure to use soft toys or balls to avoid damage and have a safe game.

Fetch in the House

Interactive puzzle toys challenge your dog's problem-solving skills. They'll enjoy figuring out how to get the treats hidden inside.

Puzzle Toys

Tug of war is a fun game that allows your dog to release energy. Use a sturdy rope or toy for a safe and enjoyable match.

Tug of War

Create an obstacle course using household items like chairs, tunnels, and boxes. Encourage your dog to navigate through it.

Indoor Obstacle Course

Engage your dog's sense of smell with scent games. Hide treats around the house and let them use their nose to find them.

Scent Games

Play a modified 'Simon Says' with your dog. Give commands like 'sit' or 'lie down,' rewarding them when they follow correctly.

Simon Says

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