So what is keeping you and your dog busy during this difficult time?

Walks are a possibility but maybe you are looking for more. We would like to share some tips that the Canadian Kennel Club shared.

Learn a New Trick
Teaching your dog tricks is fun for both of you and keeps their mind and body engaged. Here is a short video that shows you how to teach your dog to spin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67x0EhX7Wto

Play a Game
Dogs love to play games. Take the time to play “hide and seek” with either their toys or you hiding. Also, playing fetch is something fun for many dogs.

Listen to a Podcast
If you like listening to podcast explore the ones out there on dogs or other interests. There are lots on Spotify and iTunes.

Read a Book
I just came across all my dog books, fictional and my dog training books so I’m re-reading some of the good ones. One of my favourites is “The Other End of The Leash” by Patricia McConnell.

Check out our Facebook and Instagram to see our fun posts
Social media brings us together especially when we have to social distance. We’ve been making some fun videos to entertain the dogs and ourselves. We’d love you to share yours with us. Email info@muttzwithmannerz.com with your video or text us 416-508-0018.

Groom Your Dog
With Grooming Salons closed and spring here keeping your dog’s coat well maintained can be a task. Taking the time daily to brush their coat helps prevent those mats .

For more on Canadian Kennel Club tips go to this link: https://www.ckc.ca/en/The-Dish/March-2020/Keeping-Busy-During-Social-Distancing

We are thinking of all of you at this time and we do miss our furry friends – and yes you too paw parents!

We hope you are all keeping healthy. We are happy to say our daycare remains open and we are helping those that are still working plus making sure the young pups are getting socialized which is so important so when we can be social again.

Our Grooming Salon is still temporarily closed and also all our classes and playdates postponed.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 905-640-DOGS(3647)

We thank you for your understanding and we look forward to your return when things are safe.

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