Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Outdoor Exercises For Senior Dogs
Regular, moderate exercise can help keep blood flowing to senior dogs' muscles, get joint fluid moving, and stave off weight gain that can worsen conditions such as diabetes or arthritis. Here are some outdoor exercises for your older pooch.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Indoor Exercises For Senior Dogs
Indoor exercises can provide a low-stress workout for your gray-faced, senior pup that will help them avoid gaining weight, which can worsen arthritis and heart disease. If your dog is stuck inside because of the weather, give these a try.
Study Confirms Obesity Can Take 2.5 Years Off Your Dog’s Life
A new study suggests that overweight and obese dogs tend to live significantly shorter lives than fitter dogs, up to two and a half years. Converted to human years, that's as much as 10 to 15 years.
Is Jogging Or Running Safe For Dogs?
When it comes to determining if jogging is safe for your dog, there are several factors to consider, including breed, age, health, and even the weather.
New Years Resolutions For Your Pet: Commit To Daily Exercise
Here's one of my recommendations for a New Year's resolution that will optimize the quality of life of your canine or feline companion. Set attainable and sustainable activity goals for yourself and your pet. Commit to doing physical activity on a daily basis.
10 Ways Your Dog Can Help You Lose Weight In Winter
Lose or keep off the winter weight with these ten workouts that you can do with your dog while you're stuck indoors during the cold season.
Dog Obesity: Causes & How To Tell If Your Dog Is Overweight
Obesity in dogs is almost as common as it is in humans. Experts estimate 56 percent of dogs are obese in the United States, and those extra pounds can come with serious health consequences.
Is My Dog Bored?
How do I know if my dog is bored?
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips For Walking Senior Dogs
Even though regular walks are great for dogs of all ages, there are some big differences when it comes to walking a senior dog.
Finding The Right Veterinarian
Your veterinarian is nearly as important in your dog's life as you are.
What Are My Dog’s Exercise Needs?
Keeping your dog or puppy physically fit
How To Teach Your Dog To Fetch
Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise. When structured properly, it's also a terrific way to practice impulse control and consistent obedience.
Top 5 tips for running with your dog
Running with your dog is a mutually beneficial activity, but there’s more to it than putting on running shoes, putting a leash on your dog, and heading for the door.
Pets and People Can Keep Fit Together
As autumn gets underway, your family has probably settled into its back-to-school and back-to-business-as-usual routine. But how is your pet adjusting to the post-summer routine?
Exercise for older dogs?
What sort of outings are appropriate for older dogs?
bathroom breaks for dogs?
How many times a day should I give my dog a bathroom break?
Quality food and clean water are essential to a long, healthy life.
Keeping Fido fit
Diet, exercise, and weight management
5 ways to keep your dog healthy this spring
Longer days, warm weather, and weekends spent frolicking with your furry friends all mean one thing--spring is here!
Destructive Dog Chewing & Digging
Cures for your dog or puppy's bad habits