Keeping Dogs Entertained in Your Apartment Home

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It’s wonderful to be able to give your dog a comfortable Santa Rosa Beach apartment home in Florida. Dogs add so much joy to life, and if you’re like many people, your dog is like a member of the family. Enhance your dog’s happiness by keeping him entertained in your apartment home with these tips.

Keeping Dogs Entertained in Your Apartment Home

1. Create a Doggie Den

Give your dog his own little space in your apartment home. It can be a place where he can retreat if he’s feeling like a snooze, or simply a place where he can watch you from afar. This area can be a corner of your apartment, or even the inside of his doggie crate, if you use one. Make the “den” cozy with a doggie bed and perhaps one of your old blankets that still has your scent on it. Place his favorite chew toys there so he feels right at home.

2. Make a Window Available

Dogs like to look out the window to see what’s happening outside. Make a window available to your dog by placing an item of furniture beneath it. This may be a bench, ottoman, or chair — anything that he can sit on and be able to see out the window. When you leave for work, be sure to leave the blinds open in the window so your dog can enjoy it while you’re away.

3. Play the TV Set

Dogs have a remarkable sense of what’s going on around them, even if it’s only happening on the television. You can keep your dog entertained when you aren’t home by playing the TV. Leave the volume on low, since your dog won’t need the volume so much as he’ll enjoy the pictures. If you subscribe to a channel with lots of animal shows, your dog will get an even bigger kick out of it. Maybe he will even learn a few tricks!

These are three great ways to keep your dog entertained and cozy in apartments in Santa Rosa Beach, FL. Plus, you and your dog will be able to enjoy the spacious dog park on the grounds! For more information about our pet friendly policy, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.

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