The Benefits Of Exercise On Your Dog

  • 30/05/2019
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Physical activity is one of the issues you must consider to ensure that your hairy is healthy and happy. Today we tell you the benefits of exercise in your dog, both physically and mentally.

Daily exercise ensures that your dog feels happy and healthy

All dogs must be physically active on a daily basis and adapted, obviously, to their particular characteristics (race, age, etc.).

Anyway, do not forget to consult the veterinarian to determine that everything is fine with your pet and that you can exercise without problems.

And while the ideal is that you exercise yourself along with your hairy, if you cannot do it, keep in mind, among other options:

  • Enroll him in a dog gym
  • Hire a person who walks him and makes him exercise
  • Write it down to practice Agility and other canine sports
  • Buy a dog run for him.

In this way you will ensure that your furry friend is happy and healthy.

The benefits of exercise in your dog are many. The daily exercise of the dog contributes, without a doubt, to being healthy both physically and mentally.

Why it is important that your hairy person develop physical activity daily

To begin to understand the benefits that physical activity will bring your furry, you should consider that a sedentary animal is at serious risk of overweight. And an obese dog can suffer, among other things:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Heart and respiratory deficiencies

But also dogs that do not properly spend their energy tend to have behavioral problems. For example, they break things or begin to relieve themselves in any place. Or they have stereotyped behaviors. And is that the lack of exercise in your dog can cause emotional problems such as:

  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Apathetic or aggressive reactions

Learn about other benefits of exercise on your dog

But the list of benefits that physical activity brings to your four-legged friend is much more extensive. For example:

  • Your joints and bones will be strengthened.
  • You will get a good functioning of your cardiovascular system.
  • It will be more obedient.
  • You will sleep better and more deeply all night long.
  • You will learn to know him better. (Provided you are the one to accompany him in his exercises).
  • It will be more sociable with other dogs and people.
  • It will stop attracting attention, for example, with excessive barking or whining.
  • It will develop your cognitive abilities.

Options to exercise with your hairy

Without a doubt, going for a walk and walking with your pet for a good amount of time is a very good option for both of you to exercise. But it is not the only one.

So, beyond you let go and let it run freely and from time to time you throw an object to find it and bring it to you, seriously consider the possibility of running together. Or have him accompany you while you ride a bike or on roller skates.

In any case, l have always enough water to keep hydrated. And be very careful if you show signs of exhaustion or fatigue to stop activity on time

Tips when "training" with your pet

Keep these tips in mind when exercising with your hairy:

  • It is recommended that they run on surfaces such as sand. Consider that the cement can damage the paws of your friend who barks. The ideal is to run around 20 minutes.
  • If your thing is decidedly walking with your furry, do it for a minimum of 20 minutes and a maximum of 1 hour a day.
  • The throwing games are particularly recommended for hyperactive puppies and have a tendency to destroy things.
  • If it is within your possibilities, do not stop swimming with your can. Besides being a very good exercise, most hairy people love this activity.

So do not stop practicing some kind of exercise with your pet. You will see how the two will feel happier and healthier.

Anyway, consult the veterinarian before the slightest doubt that you generate the subject of exercise in your dog.

Author Bio

Selena is a passionate blogger. She mostly do research on a variety of topics related to health, fitness, technology and nature. She is a contributor for top brands including HomeandGarden and Inthemarket

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