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By three weeks of age, puppies start to exhibit play actions like pouncing, chasing, shaking objects, tugging, play wrestling, fighting and biting. Social play can be with people and children, other puppies, calm older dogs or other animals.
Puppies tire easily so limit playtime to short bursts of 10-15 minutes with lots of rest in between. Reward your puppy’s correct behaviour and success with lots of affection, encouragement and occasional treats. It’s the perfect time to begin, or reinforce, basic training and obedience during play. Make your puppy an outdoor or indoor obstacle course with boxes, pillows, tunnels, ramps, steps and holes to climb over or jump through. Take your puppy for short walks in different locations and environments such as streets, parks, rivers, beaches, friends’ backyards and anywhere local councils allow dogs.


Puppies love to play hide and seek and this game will teach them to use their smell, hearing and hunting skills. Swimming is a great activity tor your puppy as it teaches confidence in the water and provides exercise with no danger of injuring developing joints.
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If your puppy will sit and stay, you can get them to do so while you hide, or someone else can hold the puppy while you hide. Choose a light toy or ball (don’t use sticks as these can splinter and injure your puppy), throw it a short distance then encourage your puppy to bring it back to you.
It teaches them proper socialisation and acceptable behaviour, eliminates boredom and destructive behaviours and is a fantastic opportunity for you to bond with your pet. Get in the water with them and if in a pool, teach them where to safely get in and out.



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