If you don't feel like moving around so much yourself, tie a favorite toy onto a pole with a string. Let your dog chase the toy while you move the "fishing" pole back and forth. Just make sure that all sharp object are removed such as hooks, etc.
Place a small treat in one of your hands behind your back. Bring both of your closed fisted hands in front of your pet and let him figure out which hand the treat is in. This game can also be moved to cups, closed boxes, etc.
Tying a plastic bag or soft toy to a long string and reeling it in while your dog chases it is a fun and inexpensive way to get your pet moving.
Rally obedience, also called "Rally-O", is a competition for both you and your pet to enjoy together. You can download the rally obstacles over the internet and work with your dog to do what is on the signs. Rally combines dog agility, sports car racing and even traditional dog obedience into its own, one-of-a-kind, dog sport.
Set up all sorts of furniture and boxes and teach your dog to run the obstacle course you have set up in your home or even out in your yard. Change it up with different sized and shaped objects to make it even more fun. You can even buy pre-made Obstacle Kits as well.