Dog Enrichment: Food Related v.s Non-food Related Toy & Activity Recommendations

Updated: Dec 11, 2020

Dog Enrichment - it's becoming more and more popular by the day as people around the world are beginning to grasp the benefit of enrichment activities for their K9 companions.


Enrichment activities can be described as any activity that allows dogs to partake in natural behaviours, such as: sniffing, playing, shredding, chasing, and chewing.


Whether your dog is food or toy motivated, I've put together a list of some of our favourite enrichment toys and activities that we've encountered over the past two years.


Interactive Feeding Toys:



Non-Food Related Enrichment Toys & Activities:

  • Flirt Poles

  • Bury/ Dig Pits

  • Ball Pits

  • Kiddie Pools

  • Decompression Walks

  • Sensory Gardens

  • Nosework

  • Bubbles

  • Jw Hol-ee Rollers * Tip: Stuff with paper and/or old fabric and watch your dog enjoy pulling it out!

  • Cardboard Boxes

  • Shreddable Paper






No matter what your pup enjoys, tailoring enrichment routines to their personal preferences has so many benefits for their well being. Have an activity or toy your pet loves that isn't included in this list? Contact us and let us know what you'd recommend.


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