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Bring on the bubbles!Entertaining a dog doesn’t get much easier! When it comes to keeping your dog busy and active you’re golden if you can teach your dog to chase bubbles.
If your dog doesn’t know how to chase bubbles start by blowing a couple at a time. If they’re not interested in them try pointing to them. If that doesn’t work get a friend to play ‘bubble in the middle’ with you. Once your dog sees that the bubbles are meant to be chased they should catch on.
HOW TO TEACH YOUR DOG TO CHASE BUBBLES:
1) Start by blowing one or two bubbles at a time; 2) If your dog doesn’t show interest in the bubbles try pointing to them; 3) Encourage your dog to “catch” the bubbles while they’re floating around; 4) If your dog still isn’t interested catch the bubbles yourself.
So try it for yourself, see if you can teach your dog to love chasing bubbles. It can be done indoors (if you move the coffee table) or out, day or night. It’s one of the easiest ways to tire out your dog.
Once you have a bottle & wand you can make your own supply with some dish detergent & water. Some people add corn syrup to make the bubbles last longer, but I haven’t had any problems with the soap & water mixture.
Homemade bubble recipes are safe for your dog, just be careful that they don’t get into the mixture itself. And after playing be sure to wipe off their face with a damp towel. Bubble mixtures can irritate their eyes.
So if you’re looking for an easyway to play with your dog get yourself some bubbles. You just might luck out and have a dog that thinks you’re nothing short of a wizard. Not only the funnest person in the whole world, but the creator of all those magical flying bubbles.
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