It’s important for dogs to get daily exercise. In fact, many of us get dogs to help ensure that we get more exercise. But life gets in the way, and sometimes walking the dog falls low on the priority list.
We get it. Walking a dog can be a big commitment, especially if you have one whose activity level is set to overdrive.
It’s all too common to assume that your dog gets plenty of exercise running around in the backyard. But if you were to put a dog cam out there or place an exercise tracker on him, you might be surprised and dismayed to learn that he’s as much of a couch potato as you are when he doesn’t have your presence to motivate him to move.
If you worry about the amount of exercise your dog gets, you’re not alone. But while walks might be the most common form of exercise and environmental entertainment for dogs, they don’t have to be the only one, and they don’t have to occur every day.
Skipping a walk once in a while isn’t going to put you at the top of the “Top 10 Most Wanted Bad Dog Owners” list. While a walk provides your dog with both mental stimulation and a physical workout, it’s not the only way to exercise him. Here are six ways to help your dog get in some activity when work or weather (hot, cold, or wet) preclude a walk.
Article Source: Fear Free Happy Homes
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