Five Tips to Keep Your Pet in Tip Top Shape

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Summer is here, no more excuses about bad weather preventing you from getting out with your dogs and getting some exercise. Here’s five simple tips for helping you get your dog in shape…and yourself too!

 

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  1. Help! We need tips to get rid of the runner’s high in dogs, specifically puppies. We took Bailie to the dog park for the second time today and she ran us ragged. Sure I did some running too, but not like a fool puppy! The more Bailie ran, the faster and further she ran, it was insane! We did hide so she would run back to find us, but obviously it was making her happy to really run! Mom claims I did the same foolish behavior at her age, I doubt that! One thing is for sure, if your dog is fit and can really run and let that energy out, they sure are happy and they also really crash when they get home!
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    • Way to burn off the puppy energy! I bet she is one happy pup!
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    • Rhys always grabs his Nylabone and has a nice, hard chew after we get home from a run. Never thought about it before, but I guess that’s how he comes down from his “runner’s high”!

  2. Thanks to Beagles and Bargins, we ordered two “Woof Cycle Bike Trotters” can’t wait for them to arrive – should be here before the end of the week. But just because I want to exercise more, the weather has taken one more turn for the cold – we’ve got freezing temps coming tonight – Geez…. We’ll let you know how the bike trotters work out.
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  3. Aww, Jack is such a good boy. Great video. I am good at walking/running with Ace each day but not so good at doing different core exercises for him. Your blog has lots of good tips for that. I like the idea you posted a few months ago about gently pushing your dog so he has to re-balance his body. I do play a lot of tug with Ace, too.
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  4. Excellent tips. We try to get out training the dogs 5-6 days a week. If they miss, they start to get antsy…lol.
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  5. Great tips and video!
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  6. Great tips, we try to walk up to an hour a day outside since the rest of the time Donna is really stuck in a small city apartment. Not that that is bad, she just likes to sleep in mostly. 😉
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