Play dates for dogs are a fun and easy way to give your pup an outlet for their energy when they need a run around with a furry friend, read on for our top tips!
Has a puppy joined your family? When you have a playful pup, it’s a great sign that they’re content, but is there such a thing as TOO much play?
Are you concerned that your rescue dog won’t play with toys? Read on to discover more about why your rescue dog won’t play with toys, what may be causing this and our top tips on encouraging your pup to play.
To learn how to teach dogs to play together, follow the steps in Yappy’s helpful guide here, including using treats & how to introduce other pups.
Read Yappy’s helpful guide on what to do if your dog is scared of squeaky toys, including how to help them ease their fear & why it could cause stress.
If you’re wondering why your dog doesn’t play anymore, it may be due to health issues, old age, fear or low physical activity levels. Keep reading as we explore each reason in more detail…
Dogs love to roll around and play fight with each other but owners can sometimes become concerned that the activity is getting a little rough. While it’s normal for dogs to act this way, it’s interesting to understand why.
What’s a dog's favourite thing? Toys? Treats? Nope, it’s walkies! Your pup absolutely loves spending time with you and playing outside. But what happens if you don’t play with your dog? Read on to find out.
With space to dash about, squirrels to chase, and other dogs to sniff, a trip to the park is a real treat for your dog’s senses. But do you and your pup know dog park etiquette?
Teaching your dog to fetch has lots of benefits. Not only is it a fun game to play with your pup, but it can also improve their focus, reflexes, concentration levels and relieve stress.
Have you ever dressed up your dog and wondered whether they’re having as much fun as you are? Read on for our top tips to ensure your dog is happy dressing up.
These fun indoor activities are guaranteed to keep you and your dog entertained on rainy days, and those times you find yourselves stuck inside!
Sometimes, it can be hard to tell if your dog is socialising or scrapping with other pups in the park. With this handy guide, you’ll soon be able to spot the difference between playing vs fighting.
Life without play would be boring, right? And for dogs it’s even more important! From learning through play to burning off excess energy, we’ve fetched 6 fun facts about playtime with your pup.