bc4ever Posted January 18, 2012 Report Share Posted January 18, 2012 Scooter was always up for a game of ball, hide and seek, you name it--we really didn't have to "teach" him. So, when we got Daniel we bought him a few toys that we thought he might like. All dogs like to play, right? Wrong. Even though he's not a youngster, he has plenty of energy and doesn't seem to have any physical ailments that would keep him from chasing a ball or frisbee. I've heard that rough collies don't have much prey drive, so is that the problem? I'd like to find something he'd like to do (besides dance). How do you teach a dog to play? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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