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    Is it better to feed a dog before or after exercise?

    Jan 7, 2020 Shwetha A

    Dogs need exercise. A great walk should do, you may think. Perhaps, yes! But, it isn’t as easy as it sounds. Walking your dog during a wrong time can cause various problems. So, should I not walk my dog? No, you should. It is good to set a routine for your dog and walk him…

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    Ways to exercise your dog during winter!

    Jan 2, 2020 Ilakkiya K

    Winter season is not ideal to spend a lot of time outdoors but your pets still need to burn off the energy and relax. Here are some of the ways by which you can help them get their exercise during winter. 1) Play with them! Playing hide and seek is one of the best activities…

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    Why Does My Dog Spin Around ?

    Dec 24, 2019 Lynn Smith

    Read Part-1 of this series “Why is my dog doing this?“ Read Part-2 of this series “Why is my dog doing this?“   As a lifelong dog owner, I have frequently asked the dogs in my life the same question, “What on earth are you doing?” They never answer me. At least not in words.…

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    Dog Exercise: The No-BS Guide to a Healthy Pet

    Dec 18, 2019 Taylor Ritz

    Author: Taylor Ritz Dogs need daily exercise to remain physically and mentally happy and healthy. Just how much exercise, and what kind, depends on a seemingly unending number of factors. Factors like the age, breed, temperament, and the health of your dog play into their exercise needs. In addition to your dog, determinants such as…

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    Why is my dog shaking?

    Dec 18, 2019 Lynn Smith

    Read Part-1 of this series “Why is my dog doing this?“ Head Shaking  Ear Infections Most dogs shake their heads back and forth when they have debris in their ear or have an ear infection. You can often see signs of an ear infection, as their ears will sometimes be red and inflamed and have…

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    Dog Exercise Equipments

    Dec 13, 2019 Taylor Ritz

    Author: Taylor Ritz  What is dog exercise equipment? What is it for? How do I know if my dog needs it? We all want what’s best for our dogs, but with all of the marketing ploys out there, it can be difficult to ascertain what our dogs actually need to live their happiest and healthiest…

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  • Mental Exercises For Dogs

    Dec 11, 2019 Taylor Ritz

    Author: Taylor Ritz While physical exercise is paramount to the health and happiness of your dog, mental exercise is just as important. Without sufficient mental stimulation, dogs may invent their own destructive pastimes to entertain themselves. Mental exercises not only tire out your dog and give their brains a workout, but they also allow you to…

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    Best Dog Exercises By Breed

    Dec 10, 2019 Taylor Ritz

    Author: Taylor Ritz   The individual exercise needs of a dog are extremely variable and dependent on multiple factors. That being said, the breed of your dog can provide some indication of how much and what kind of exercise will best suit your canine companion. Here are a few considerations for exercise based on breed. Types…

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    How Much Exercise Does a Dog Need Every Day?

    Dec 5, 2019 Taylor Ritz

    Based on factors like breed and age, how much exercise does your dog need every day? How can you best exercise your dog? Author: Taylor Ritz Between finding the best food, visiting the best veterinarian, and caring for our dogs like they are our children, it’s clear that we want what’s best for them. To live…

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    Cardio Exercises for Your Dog

    Nov 1, 2019 Lynn Smith

    Did you know that 56% of all dogs were considered to be obese?  According to the Association for Pet Obesity, 50 million dogs in the United States are significantly overweight, leading to an increased risk of arthritis, heart disease, and even cancer. Fortunately, dogs can lose weight by decreasing the calories they consume and exercise,…

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