We do tracking inside and out of the house, hide and seek with our kids, I will put all of the pups favorite toys under a laundry basket and place things on top...takes a few mins of thinking but they get them, hiding treats through out the house...their noses work all day and when they pass a treat they start sniffing, the treat puzzles are great...if you can find them online....the pieces slide to reveal food...they have to use nose, feet, brain it wears them out!!!
Soccer seems to really wipe ours out. We go to the soccer field, with oneworldfutbol only soccer ball tent have not destroyed kick it as hard as you can a few times....we also use the jolly balls for horses they are heavy and the dogs like squishing them. A buggie whip (from tractor supply) with a burlap bag tied to the end...great for chasing, grabbing and tug. Ours LOVE this game. The best thing we did was teach (place) inside the house. When they are roaming are being edgy we tell then place and they know it is time to chill. They are officially learning to turn it on and off!!! They turned a year old the end of October. When they find a place, we will give kong toys with frozen peanutbutter for them to focus on....that works well...lot of work to get all the peanutbutter from inside a medium size kong....even harder when it is frozen. Takes them about 30-35 mins to empty the kong. They also have a three armed toy you can put treats in and the pups have to work the treats out. So many cool options to wear them out in the house. We also go hiking a lot....they love to work....climbing boulders, crossing beams, finding balls in the woods, splashing in the water....:-)
Good luck....this is a tough time to find enough to keep them busy!!!!
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