Many of us are spending at least part of our working-from-home days taking video conference calls. Speaking to co-workers and clients via apps and calls is a safe and efficient way to go about your business or enjoy a virtual happy hour with friends.
But what if you live with a particularly chatty or attention seeking dog? How do you keep your canine from taking over your conference calls?
Check out these five fun and smart products to keep your dog busy while you’re on conference calls!
1. A Puppy Dog Toy
Young pups often like to be especially active and sociable, which can make them extra fun to be around during play sessions. But they’re not always the most appropriate work-from-home buddies when you’re taking calls.
Luckily, KONG makes an all-natural rubber toy, customized to help encourage appropriate chewing behavior in puppies. And you can also hide treats inside it for a bonus surprise!
2. Dental Dog Treats
Sometimes, the easiest way to keep our beloved dogs quiet and calm is by doling out a few treats. So why not make sure you’re taking care of your pup’s teeth at the same time by selecting treats with extra dental care benefits?
Starmark’s Everlasting chicken treats are shaped in a challenging way that can help remove tartar, along with providing a level of mental stimulation for your pooch as they figure out the best way to enjoy their chew session.
3. A Hide And Seek Toy
Most dogs love to play games of hide and seek with their favorite objects. So next time you’re about to dial in to a video conference call, consider using Frisco’s plush hide and seek puzzle toy to divert your canine’s attention away from the screen.
The toy has been crafted to resemble a volcano, and you can hide the family of six plush dinosaurs inside to keep your pooch busy!
4. An Interactive Dog Bowl
If you want to up your doggy snack game, try adding an interactive dog bowl to your home. This way you can ensure that your resident pooch needs to spend a little time working out how to best get to the treats before scarfing them down.
Outward Hound’s interactive dog bowl comes in super small and regular sizes, and you can throw it in the dishwasher for quick clean ups.
5. A Hide And Seek Box Toy
Many of our pets can’t resist the allure of playing with the cardboard boxes that our packages get delivered in, so why not pick up a dog toy that playfully resembles one?
Frisco’s hide and seek box toy has been designed to look like the classic Chewy cardboard delivery box, and it comes complete with rope, bone, and ball toys to bring variety to play sessions.
Do you have a great toy that keeps your dog busy while you’re taking conference calls? What other items always keep your pup occupied? Tell us all about them in the comments below!
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