Exercise & Lots of It
Dogs are happier when they’re able to spend time exercising outside. They’re more likely to get bored and misbehave if they don’t an outlet for their physical energy. All dogs require different amounts of exercise depending on their age, size, and breed. Ask your veterinarian if you aren’t sure how much exercise your dog should be getting. Find your nearest park, beach, or open space where your dog can run around. Try taking them different places and challenge them by going over obstacles.
Create a “Dog Space”
Like humans, dogs need their own space to retreat to. It could be a crate ,a dog bed in the corner, or a small section of your bed, they need a place to relax that’s theirs. Make sure its comfortable and warm – a place he wants to go,
Have a Routine
Dogs like to know what to expect in their day. He’ll be able to enjoy his indoor time if he knows when his next outdoor time. It doesn’t have to be at the exact same time every day, but a general daily routine is important. A morning walk is a great way to start the day, and helps create a consistent routine.