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Very interesting – neither Jack or Maggie play much at all. Hi Tara! Have … Is it nurture or nature? I also think taking her to places she can play with other dogs will be key for her, but most of them around here require you have the dog for 3 weeks before bringing them in. Your sweet GS/Corgi girl sounds pretty well adjusted to me and I’m sure she’s happy to have her new loving, family. Experiment with different play styles. Play in an enclosed area, such as a hallway, where the dog can't avoid you after fetching the toy. We got our dog, Genteel, yesterday. That’s interesting! Have fun with your sweet girl and take your time while discovering her interests. He was used as stud only, now neutered. She likes that best. When we do take her out for a walk she becomes a different dog, very happy and active and spends most of her walk with her nose to the ground. I had two dogs, a 2 year old and a 9 year old. Or, they prefer the “keep away” game once they have possession of the toy. You could also put one inside a cardboard box to make a puzzle out of getting the hoof out. Playing fetch is something that most dogs enjoy, and for very active and lively breeds like the Springer spaniel, a game of fetch can help them to get the additional exercise that they need and allow them to run around freely, without having to match them pace for pace!. Their past experience may have left them confused about basic things like housebreaking. I think it has made her associate play with yummy things. She also will not eat anything bought from a pet store. I have a rescue his is Oreo he is 3 we have tried all kinds of toys no luck but he loves walks and me jumping behind him he gets excited and will twirle around till he is panting lol he is a cuddle bug that’s for sure he loves to lay with me and my husband and he loves to see his doggie friends up the road, Really informative article: Thanks for sharing it with us, Also, read this article: https://www.boredcesar.com/understanding-dog-emotions/, Your email address will not be published. She could not fetch to save anyone’s life. Tig is a serious dog. They are masters of reading our body language and they look for our play signals. Hi Marti, You are so wonderful for adopting your new best friend and saving him from such a horrible existence. Maybe try freezing the peanut butter Kongs so they last a little longer (if you don’t do that already) or bury some other yummy treats inside the peanut butter or buy some larger bones that will last quite a while. All the dog has to do is choose a moving statue instead. My pitty loves any and all sorts of toys, whereas my pointer has never taken any interest in them. I would focus on creating a bond of trust right now and helping him overcome his shyness and fear of the door (and any other issues he might have). End the play session if your dog gets over-excited. She played with her sibling *all* the time (died 8 weeks ago) but bcz she always had another dog in the house to play with she was never interested in playing its humans. It could be PTSD, or perhaps they missed the critical “play stage” of development by being placed in a shelter? What do you do when your dog loves to play with a ball, but he won't give the ball up in a game of catch? Haley’s notorious for finding the squeakiest toy if we try to watch TV after dinner. We’ve had Charlie for over a year longer then our Daisy. He will play with a keychain or a leaf the size of a quarter as much as he will with a tennis ball. I got a rescue dog about 3 months ago. Hi Kasandra! I think you’re exactly right about it being a mixture of nurture and nature. This is a great way to build a stronger relationship with your dog, so get goofy and start playing. Frequently though, if you adopt from a sanctuary in which the dogs get to interact with each other, they do learn to play with other dogs, even if they do not learn to play with humans. Most dogs have a preference to certain toys – here is a list of common “types” of toys that dogs find pleasing: Be exciting! She loves being outdoors and exploring the city and the country (we split our time between city and upstate NY) and going on little adventures in parks and hikes with us. She is super well behaved, and when we go on walks (twice a day!) Its so annoying …our Charlie had no problem playing and fetching. While researching how dogs play, I came across this interesting article on play signals by Scientific American called It’s Not You It’s Me. I feel like I’m changing topics because in the four months we have had her there are multiple things that we are working on at any one time, she has leash aggression (I will be getting her a harness soon, separation anxiety (we just started trying calming chews as well as a thunder shirt) and anxiety riding in the car which she did not have until we had to recently travel by car from the West Coast to the East Coast) and although she was doing pretty well in her crate, we left her the other night for four hours after giving her a walk and when we returned she had Peed in the crate and was pretty upset. I even offered her a Kong with peanut butter in it but she calmly licked out most of the peanut butter and actually left some in the Kong when she was done with it. Great post! Every time we try, she just wants to zoom off and explore. Once you have gotten to the point where your dog is picking up the toy, you are going to add in your end behavior. When your dog is moving to put the toy in your hand from several inches, you can add your fetch word – fetch, bring it, toy, etc., Say the word as your dog is placing the toy in your hand. Your dog frequently refuses to engage in other activities because he’d rather play fetch. She positions herself in between me and the door when we sleep. We play fetch sometimes, but since fetch is their job so I really try not to make it anything like their work (training). If not, you may need to break it down even more by tossing the toy closer (some dogs you have to start with just a few inches!). I’m not sure why, but I’m thinking that he never knew how. She will do what she feels needs to be done, like fetch Mort and bring him to me if he’s doing something she thinks he shouldn’t (no training, all nature). He likes to play after dinner and sometimes after a walk and if we have guests over, he’ll drag out all the contents of his toy box and parade around with them. In this video I will briefly talk about why some dogs like to fetch, why some dogs do not like to fetch, and what you can do about it. She’s very lucky to have been blessed with such a wonderful new home and caring people and it does sound like she’s really smart! It very well could be that she adapts to what you’re doing when you’re at home relaxing. She’s a very lucky girl to have found a wonderful home with you, Jackie. It sounds like Chloe and Riley get along very well together and respect each other’s personalities. Playing fetch with your dog? If your dog is of the “sit and stare” variety, your first goal is to teach him to chase after the object you want him to fetch. And many dogs, including many retrievers I have owned, and including some of the most well-bred retrievers in the world, were not like this as puppies. You know how it goes! Any idea on how to play with him? Reset your dog by removing the toy, waiting a few seconds, and reintroducing it to him. I so want to see her taking advantage of our big fenced yard but, she sticks to me like glue. She will sit for cheese but that’s about it on the commands. Puppies do sleep a lot but they also like to play a lot and are pretty active. Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Jen. Sherman is obsessive about playing with one specific type of toy and doesn’t give others a second look. Isis and Phoebe are quite lucky to have you and I know you feel the same way about them. "They want their dog to be happy and self-entertained, but toys won't do this since toys require interaction like tugging, chasing, or fetch." Try tug-o-war with a rope. Most dogs will place the toy in your hand naturally, some may even let go. Others dogs like to chase toys and play keep away. Try different types of toys. When a dog won’t fetch. I wonder if she associates the toys and/or tug-o-war with the loss of her friend. Did they used to both chase the ball at the same time and hesitate over which one would grab and retrieve it? They do like to retrieve though so balls and kongs are favorites. You look amazing at nine, Hawk! She does seem to be housebroken but has had a few accidents, but we are figuring out ways to help her avoid that. They would play the "you throw the ball and I'll go get it and chew it up" game. To work on this, you are going to do something called “backchaining” – start with the end behavior that you want and work backwards until you have a full behavior. If so, maybe they both have some competitive anxiety when going after the ball at the same time. In other words its not fun to chase something that is readily available. While we all know someone with an amazing dog who has always loved to go grab the newspaper off the street, most dogs don’t arrive on this planet with an instinctual understanding of the whole “go fetch that item and bring it back to a human nice and unchewed” thing. For most dogs, there is just nothing better than a rousing game of chase. Chloë loves to play…she’ll chase her ball for hours, will play tug of war, she’s always up for a fun time. I’m reading all of these questions and answers and trying to pick up any little gem that might help us with our situation. , Our dogs like to play. He’s a fine dog and very timid and nice, but he won’t play. Now THATS a game a GSD could get into! There’s such a huge variety of dog toys: Balls of all shapes and sizes, squeaky toys, hard and soft rubber toys, stuffed toys, tug toys, treat-dispensing toys, throwing toys, etc. Nothing. You are so kind-hearted for rescuing your sweet girl and giving her a loving home, especially since she’s had a rough start in life. You would tell them “go get the ball” in a cherry, lovable type of voice and they still look at you as if they are in trouble and they both lay down. My Karli is a 10 yr old Chihuahua. Growling is normal, but if you sense your dog is getting too worked up or he’s playing too aggressively, have him drop the toy and take a break from the action. Start to up your criteria as your dog gets better. Let’s say you want your dog to pick up the ball and put it in your hand. I’m not sure if she was just too shy & frightened at first or if she didn’t know how to play, but I’m so happy she loves to play now. , It sounds like she’s having a good time playing by herself and sometimes with your JRT. That’s just who she is. That doesn’t mean they won’t and it certainly doesn’t mean they can’t. She will devour edible chew toys but they really don’t offer her much in the way of entertainment. Dogs who resource guard will likely move away with the ball if you show any interest in the ball such as looking at it or moving towards the dog. My son adopted an 8 year old shepherd mix, Rudy. I believe a man beat her a lot. Thank you for the ideas! He goes crazy as most dogs do. You’re wonderful for rescuing her! Kai will play fetch until he drops, Tre could care less about a ball or anything else you might throw. Congrats on adopting your new girl and I know you’ll find many fun activities to enjoy together.? I’m fascinated that Tig trains herself just by watching you work with Mort. Because of her background, it might take a little more patience and coaxing to see if she likes to play, but as you can tell from the other comments here, some dogs just aren’t into toys or playing that much and that’s perfectly fine too. Not all dogs are the same. She walks with or without a leash. 10. You don’t want him to get bored, so at first, only play a few minutes and then do something he really does enjoy, like a walk or a run, to get out the rest of his energy. I really appreciate finding people with very similar situations as well as your responses and suggestions! What do you do when your dog loves to play with a ball, but he won't give the ball up in a game of catch? In this case, you want your dog to pick up the toy and drop it in your hand or at your feet (decide how you want your fetch to look before you begin training). Published on 6/19/2018 at 11:23 AM. It’s interesting that Riley’s breeder mentioned many of their dogs aren’t that into playing. It was the first time she showed interest in any sort of play. Maybe check to see if anyone offers nose-work training in your area. It may seem like you’re just providing some casual entertainment for your pup while playing, but he’s learning manners, self-control and problem-solving skills. FINALLY I have found someone who ownes a dog with identical behaviors as mine! However, don’t try to take the toy. He’s not house broken. http://chasingdogtales.com/teach-dog-play-find/. Keep it FUN! 3:19. I know I made mistakes in the last few weeks and I have no other pets or kids for her to play with but I wan rtf her happy can you give me advice? Tags:Activities, Bonding, Dog Toys, Games, Play. That's why it is a good idea to start teaching the rules of fetch when your dog is a puppy. A month ago we found a beautiful 4 year old female from a rescue organization. So, there are usually a lot of reasons why dogs won’t bring the ball all the way back to you during a game of fetch. I have a few toys and she has NO interest. Every dog has their toy preferences, so it’s a good idea to experiment with a variety of toys to find out what appeals to your dog. Both were puppies when we got them. They identified 35 common play signals, including patting the floor, clapping, shoving, hitting or tapping the dog, and of course, play bowing. You make such a good point too, that all dogs are different and we need to find the things that appeal to them and what they enjoy doing. Close. Riley isn’t much interested in too many games, although he loves hide & seek and kibble toss; if food is involved he’s in! Fetch turns into a nuisance when Fido confuses the activity for a game of tug-of-war. Sure you could *train* them to play, but teaching them to *enjoy* play is completely up to them (whether it’s something they want to do more than something else they could do). If he fails three times, go back to rewarding for looking a few more times. Of course we walk her on a leash so we have no idea what she would do if she actually caught one. The bad news, is it can take a while if you have a dog that is not toy driven at all. Your dog might be a fetch maniac if…. He has no enthusiasm for play or toys. I’m a disabled Vet my English Lab, Charlie, died of Cancer when he was only 5. Very shy, has just been introduced to grass. I’m so glad you found the article and comments helpful. I’d love to hear back from you later to find out how things are going. One is a squeaky hotdog, which he did take from me and take into the next room, but he didn’t play with it. I read a few other articles along with this one and you all seem to agree on having a variety of toys to stimulate the dog’s senses and mind. . I got a chance to visit your blog this morning and meet Ruby. That’s an interesting point, Pamela. As though it may have seemed. There are dog toys in practically every shape, size and texture to appeal to all of your dog’s senses. Riot of the day is that she’s discovered Home Depot and thinks it’s the most fun place on the planet – many people smile and scratch her ears, smells great. Then, try to see if he will at least move toward the toy, and click/reward that. I tried to find other dogs that dhe could play with and that kinda failed when the other dog refused.I have set up another play date this weekend hopefully it works out. Some dogs will fetch, others won't. I’ve always had very playful dogs. She loves to rough house with us, just has no interest in toys. Oh my gosh, you really are working on a lot of different things with your girl. She seems irritated by the sound squeaky toys. Every day I find myself researching and reading to resolve these issues and I’m beginning to feel overwhelmed and unsure about what to deal with first as perhaps some of these things are certainly connected. Most people tend to play fetch when they’re out at the park, so you can combine this fun, active game with a long walk, or even with a couple of additional training exercises if your Lab is feeling particularly on the ball. When she was younger, she played with toys and carried one around but as she’s gotten older she seems to have no interest. Thank you so much! hi I have a problem, my dog is 7 year old lab, we got him when he was five from a friend who could no longer keep him, he LOVED toys before we got him, but he REFUSES toys (other then raw hide) I just can’t get him to play, I play bow go “grff!” As a play bark, and other play signals but he looks up at me gives me a look like “WHAT are you doing?” HELP. She was found as a stray and our best guess is that she is a German Shepherd-Labrador mix. I too had one dog, Subaka, who loved to play in anyway she possibly could and my other dog, Dax, could care less…..except for the 30 seconds every couple of weeks, and never with a toy. He likes to mouth stuffies and will occasionally play tug but by no means is he a playful boy with toys. WHY WON'T YOU PLAY WITH ME?!?! Fido doesn't know the rules of fetch, so teaching him the rules is the only way to break the cycle so you and your dog can truly enjoy the game. So if you want your dog to enjoy playing fetch you'll want to start by … It doesn't always have to be a huge issue (he could have a small scratch on a pawpad) but it always puts me on alert to find out what the issue is, because there always is one. Your dog might be a fetch maniac if… Your dog frequently refuses to engage in other activities because he'd rather play fetch. If you get a chance, I’d love to hear back later about how things are going. He’s a medium size dog, about 46 pounds. Although most dogs will go after the ball, only a few will bring it back to you. Generally speaking, there are three ways to do this, depending upon what motivates your pup: you can offer him affection, treats, or play for retrieving the chosen object.Whichever motivator you use, the process is basically the same. I think that will be good as it is also a challenge. Mort on the other hand had 20% play tendency that I could nurture up to 110%! You’re right, every dog is unique in personality (for lack of a better term) and motivated by their own drives, which explains why some retrievers have no interest in playing fetch. I’m sure Kilo is making great progress with the manners. We even tried tug-o-war with her but she loses interest quickly. If your dog does it – big party! I love getting all the feedback from people with multiple dogs. Is it in their dog’s nature to not enjoy playing or did the dog owner not play very much (or at all) with their dog? This is the first dog for us together, though we’ve each had dogs as kids, so we’re kind of relearning the process. We would say go get your Birdie and she would and then carry it to her bed. Don’t worry if you made some mistakes, but if you think you’ve lost some ground in the trust department, this post might be helpful. If your dog is more food motivated than toy, reward them with treats when they interact with the toy – this associates toys with your dog’s favorite thing, food. However, if your dog is pretty well-adjusted and seems to have interested in toys but isn’t super excited about them, here are some tips to build drive. I got a German Shorthaired Pointer thats reached her golden years, but believe me, hasn’t slowed her down, in contrast with my more mild mannered pitbull. Other than that he isn’t interested in other forms of play. These reasons include… Your dog wants to play a different game. It can often be more difficult to train a hunting dog to play fetch. You could also start incorporating some types of play while you’re out walking, since that’s when she’s active and interested in things or try playing with toys while she’s on a leash in the yard or even inside the house. We got a 1½ -to 2-year-old female mixed-breed dog from our local shelter a few days ago. Don’t go so fast or so far away that they can’t catch it – make it easy for them at first. Chase is another favorite. I have tried every single type of toy (texture, type, size), probably two dozen different methods of instilling motivation, have a huge arsenal of ideas from world class behaviorists. I would like to run and play with her (she will chase), but I injured myself trying to run with her and have had to walk with a cane every since. Thank you, Signed, Distressed Wendy. I know dogs learn a lot from observing each other, but she sounds amazingly smart! ? Gotta say though. Thanks for visiting today. I have seen people at competitions weather it is at a dog show or agility trial get a tug toy out and give it to the dogs to get them hyped up or as a reward for doing a good job. Just with me. The breed or mix of breeds of your dog will give you a clue as to what type of play style they might enjoy the most. He is housebroken, however afraid of the door, has to be carried to the door after several minutes of trying to catch him. Patience is the key and don’t forget to celebrate the milestones along the way. He just does not have very good manners yet but he is relearning. I think it has something to do with her after-dinner pooping ritual. Thanks for the reply. She even tries to fake me out sometimes by looking at a lampshade and pretending there’s a little moth or bug inside of it. Check out my post, Do Dogs Barter? That was a about 3 years ago. Harley came to live with us at age 2 and really didnt have experience with toys that we could tell. A lot of scent hounds enjoy following their noses more than playing with traditional toys, so she might enjoy walks and exploring with you more than connecting with her fetching, retriever side. These are great tips! Two of the most common problems are the dog … Hi Shiny! I don’t believe for a second all dogs are created equal, and all dogs can do “x” well (be it play, trained, etc) despite all having some genes for these things, but the question is drive. She won’t hold anything in her mouth, so fetch, tug, etc. Aw, I bet your Husky girl is just gorgeous! What Should You Do When Your Dog Growls at Someone? I can’t wait to implement these ideas. When you give her a treat she takes it very slowly shows not excitement or enthusiasm at all. Gradually increase the distance of how far your dog has to go to put the toy in your hand. My little dog Phoebe is a rescue. I bought toys for her and she is just not too interested in them. Like your example of guarding chicks or maybe chasing bugs. If you’re lucky, your dog plays fetch naturally, but few dogs intrinsically understand the concept of retrieving. He has finally come out of going around and around in circles in the house. He loves to hike and ride in the car. Hi Grace, Congratulations on your new family member! Charlie and Harley sound very different from one another. . When I adopt a dog who never learned, I accept it and just love the dog all I can. He doesn’t bother us when we are at the dinner table. If he does, click/reward that. I tried to take her for small walks she don’t want to do that. Puppies learn from playing with their mother and littermates and as adults they continue to learn by playing with you. Puppies are born to eat, drink, sleep, poop and play! Why Bone Broth is The Ultimate Superfood For Senior Dogs, An Easy Trick for Your Dog’s Water Bowl to Greatly Improve Their Dental Health, RECALL: Pet Food Has 36 Cases Of Aflatoxin Poisoning And Counting, Monitor Your Pet’s Health From The Comfort Of Your Home, Finding Free Peace of Mind Can Help You Save Your Dog’s Life, A Tale of Two “Pitties” – Georgie’s Total Transformation, ‘Beast & Buckle’ Was Co-Founded By A Man And The Dog Who Saved Him, Toys that squeak or don’t squeak (sound sensitive dogs), Crinkly ones (like the kind that sound like they have paper or a bottle in them). Q. No further interest in the Kong. (heartworm, puppies too young, dental disease). He will occasionally join in when tossing a toy but that’s a rare occasion. I have a 1.5 year old Goldendoodle and she LOVES balls. It’s delightful watching her! But now they act like they are intimidated by playing fetch. 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