I concur with Stufefy's question. It's not that you don't love and interact with your dog, but you want specific descriptions of games you can play. For instance, I spent time every night with Liesl playing with her, tummy rubbing, ear scratching, etc. But I had an epiphany when I read the thread about hiding a treat in a muffin tin and covering the cups with tennis balls to make her look for it. I'd never have thought of that on my own, but I'm thankful for the poster who suggested that. I first learned of a flirt stick reading about it here--again, a great idea that I wouldn't have divined on my own.
So--what are some specific games you play with your dogs? Inside games that aren't active like chasing a ball, but require them to work their minds? Outside games that allow them to track scents, use their hearing, etc? I think this first poster deserves some better responses than just "be more specific."
Liesl, b. 1/1/11