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Get up and get moving! Dog exercise is an important part of keeping your dog healthy, happy and youthful. And it can be so much more than just a walk around the neighborhood. We’ve got plenty of ways to make exercise fun for both you and your pooch!
Are you looking for a way to include your four-legged family member into your own workout schedule? You will want to look into Furry Fitness, dog dancing, doggy yoga, or some of our various articles on including dogs in your workouts, whether at home or in the gym. If you pooch is the athletic one in the family, don’t worry! We have the information on all the dog sports out there. Who knows, maybe your dog has a hidden talent for kicksleding, skijoring, paddle boarding or urban mushing and canicross. Regardless of yours or your dog’s fitness level, you’ll definitely find an activity that’s a perfect match for both.
Since we really think about everything here at Petguide.com, in addition to helping you find a fun way to include dog exercise in your routine, we also review different products, gadgets and places that promise to get your pooch fit and energized. Heard about indoor dog parks, but not sure where to find them and what to look for? Or you’ve just read about a doggy version of Fitbit, but you’re wondering if it’s worth the investment and does it deliver on the promise? Our reviewers always have the insider information on the latest doggie fitness fads.
Exercise doesn’t have to be a boring chore. Here at PetGuide.com’s Dog Exercise blog, we strive to offer solutions and ideas to any dog owner and their furry half, whether you’re a couple of couch potatoes, outdoor enthusiasts or a little bit of both. All you need to do is pick out what works best for you!