Your dog will still need some exercise, so solitary walks, no dog parks, or group walks.
If you are not comfortable going out, train, play and walk your dog, around your home, garden or property.
Doing fun things with your dog, can brighten up everyone’s day.
Play enrichment games, do some training, remember your dog doesn’t understand what is going on.
Canine parkour (urban agility) and scent games are just a couple of things you can try but there are many more ideas out there.
Dogs don’t like change in their routine, so try to do what you normally do with your dog, you may have to be a bit inventive and improvise but that is ok.
It is US the human dog owners, who have new rules to follow, to help keep us safe and well. Please Read: Can I walk My Dog During A Pandemic
Covid-19 dog fact: your dog can’t catch the virus but it may carry it, on its skin and fur so don’t let anyone outside of your household pat or handle your dog or any of your pets. (exception being your local vet) because there is a chance a person could unknowingly, transfer the virus on to your dog.