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Quick Guide: Enrichment for Your Pets at Home

Quick Guide: Enrichment for Your Pets at Home

Rosy the Pet Nanny has been taking care of rescue animals for over 15 years. In all this time, her go to favourite for bonding with the animals in her care is everyday enrichment – something you can incorporate into your pet’s life to keep them engaged and happy.

In this video, Rosy shares two great ideas for using everyday household items as enrichment props that you can put together in no time. You will see:

  • Two brief demos about how to use toilet rolls and pillow cases for dog enrichment,
  • understand why enrichment is so important for your pet’s mental stimulation, and
  • be able to start enrichment at home right after watching this video!
  • Hope you like it! You can follow Rosy on Instagram and on Facebook for more enrichment goodness!



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