Tag Archives: dog exercise
In some places, autumn brings gorgeous arrays of colors in nature that are a joy to experience up close. In most places, the cooler weather is great incentive to spend time exercising outdoors without being overwhelmed by the heat. If your dog is a bit out of shape, why not take advantage of this time of year start a different exercise program. Take a hike!
A new school year has started and autumn is fast approaching, which means schedules are starting to change. Even if you don’t have kids in school, there are many changes this time of the year that you encounter: shopping patterns, daylight patterns, traffic patterns, patterns at your job or for your business—lots of schedules change with the seasons.
As schedules readjust in the autumn, don’t forget to adjust your schedule to accommodate your dog.
Combat crawling can be a fun a new trick to teach. It is something that takes little space and can be easily done inside or out.
Have you seen a war movie or a program about military training where the soldiers crawl on their bellies under barbed wire? Well that is the essence of the game.
Dog Treadmill Review Roundup
part 4 in our 4 part series on Dog Treadmills
There are several brands of dog treadmills available. While they provide a means for a dog to walk endless in a small space, they each have features, details and prices that make them a little different. And these can be the difference between what you really need and what doesn’t work. This Dog Treadmill Review will look at some of the most popular brands.
A general rule of thumb is if it is too cold for you, it’s too cold for the dog. But make sure you looking at weather fairly. “Don’t want to” and “too cold” can be two different things. It is important for your dog get some physical activity even in the winter.
Treadmills for Dogs – How they work
Clearly this machine is made so you can walk a long time and exercise the body.Walking a great exercise. But is there really a difference between a treadmill for humans and for dogs? I mean, we both lift a leg while planting another on the ground, what’s the big deal? Do you really need to get a special treadmill for dogs?
In a nutshell, YES. But there are certainly a case to be made for investing in a treadmill especially for your dog. Understand the differences, so you can make the best decision for your dog.