The Benefits of Play, Canine & Feline Version

Canine Version

  • Health: play helps keep your dog at a healthy weight, stimulates heart health, blood flow and joint health
  • Mental Health: play is a great tool for stress relief. Whether your dog has been alone for a while during the day, or is anxious about noises or other things, play can help relieve that stress. Some games can help keep your dog’s brain sharp as he or she ages.
  • Bonding: play is usually fun for you and your dog, and what better to build the bond you share?
  • Socializing: play is a great way to socialize your dog with other people and dogs.

Feline Version

  • Health: play helps keep your cat at a healthy weight, stimulates heart health, blood flow and joint health
  • Mental Health: play is a great boredom buster. Indoor cats may find life dull and boring, and play can help stimulate their bodies and brains. Play can also help stimulate your cat’s natural hunting instincts. Some games can help keep your cat’s brain sharp as he or she ages.
  • Bonding: play is usually fun for you and your cat, and what better to build the bond you share?
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