Exercise Your Way To Wellness With Your Dog

With the New Year upon us, it’s a time where we all start to think about diet, exercise, and our general wellbeing.

The good news is this doesn’t need to mean hitting the gym or getting a personal trainer, if you have a dog why not exercise with them…

We all know no matter how large or small your dog is, they need plenty of exercise as part of their daily routine so why not do it with them.

It goes without saying exercise is required for your dog to stay healthy but it also it also helps keep them fit, aids with training, and gives them socialization skills.

Here are five activities you can enjoy with your dog, and they’ll love it to!

1. Play Ball

Preferably, use a tennis ball if you can because it bounces and is easily controlled.

Dogs love to catch and you’ll both be sure to burn a few calories!

2. Go For A Swim

Perfect as a low impact exercise, whether that be for you or your dog.

This is a really fun exercise for you and your dog, especially if you take a ball along too!

3. Take A Hike

Hiking is a non-expensive and enjoyable exercise for you and your dog to stay fit.

You have the advantage of a live-in hiking companion so take advantage of it!

4. Tug Of War

Your dog will love this one, and you’ll be building upper core strength at the same time.

5. Stair Climbing

Particularly good for rainy days, when you can’t get out, if you have stairs in your home, climbing them a few times will be sure to burn a few calories.

It goes without saying exercise is required for your dog to stay healthy but it also it also helps keep them fit, aids with training, and gives them socialization skills.

Remember, it’s always important to praise our furry friends during exercise, it makes them feel good by being with us 🙂

Not only is exercise essential, as a dog owner, you also need to pay special attention to your furry friend’s diet and ensuring they receive the right nutrients.

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After many years as a pharmacist, I decided to dedicate my knowledge to helping pets. I named my company Finest For Pets because I use my insider knowledge to source the best ingredients for our supplements – we have one quality – the Finest! You get 30 years of pharmacy expertise in every bottle.

Our goal at Finest For Pets is to naturally treat the underlying cause of joint pain with healthy supplements, rather than hide the symptoms with long-term pain medication. We’ve helped thousands of pets to live healthier and happier lives – imagine how good that feels!

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Veterinarians strongly recommend these supplements because they naturally heal the underlying cause of arthritis and joint pain. They are very popular with pet owners because of their overwhelming success in improving their pet’s health and happiness.

Glucosamine is the essential building block for healthy cartilage. Glucosamine supplements enable dogs struggling with joint pain, to naturally make more cartilage. This rebuilds and repairs the cartilage cushion between the bones in a joint. The bones stop grinding painfully together, producing wonderful improvements in mobility and happiness.

The best glucosamine supplements have additional ingredients like Chondroitin Sulfate, Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) and Hyaluronic Acid. These multiply the benefits of glucosamine.

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So what are the health benefits of using Rejenease?

  • Restores energy, mobility and joy
  • Reduces swelling and tenderness
  • Repairs stiff, worn joints
  • Powerful natural pain relief
  • Protects younger dogs & AT risk breeds

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Probiotics

There are mаnу bеnеfitѕ tо uѕing рrоbiоtiсѕ fоr dоgѕ, juѕt as they dо fоr humаnѕ, рrоbiоtiсѕ hеlр dоgѕ рrеvеnt and rеliеvе iѕѕuеѕ with digestion.

Many mау dесidе tо start thеir реtѕ on рrоbiоtiсѕ when thеir dogs are ѕtill рuррiеѕ to tаkе advantage оf thе bеnеfitѕ of рrоbiоtiсѕ. A puppy аlrеаdу hаѕ a сlеаn and sterile digеѕtivе tract, ѕо thе tract can actually bе fоrtifiеd during thiѕ timе.

TummyWorks

Tummyworks is the best probiotics powder for allergy relief, hot spot treatment, diarrhea, yeast infection, itching and a breath freshener, plus added digestive enzymes improve digestion.

TummyWorks will make your dog healthier within days, it gives them all the good bacteria they need and quickly restores their gut health, and alleviates the following problems:

  • Gas problems
  • Diarrhea
  • Digestion problems
  • Allergies
  • Yeast infections
  • Skin problems especially itching

TummyWorks also works wonders in cats too!

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Fish Oils

Fiѕh oil саn hеlр with your dogs аrthritiѕ раin аnd аllеrgiеѕ.

A 2008 Bауlоr Univеrѕitу and Hаrvаrd Medical Sсhооl ѕtudу showed fiѕh оil rеduсеѕ bоdу inflammation inside and оut. Thiѕ makes уоur dog healthier bесаuѕе lеѕѕ inflаmmаtiоn mеаnѕ a ѕtrоngеr immunе ѕуѕtеm.

For further benefits of using fish oils, check out the following link:

Arthritis and Joint Pain Treatment For Dogs: The Benefits of Using Fish Oil

Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil

Treat your pet to all of the benefits of omega fatty acids. Finest For Pets offers the best fish oil, made from the finest wild caught Alaskan Salmon and produced to the highest possible quality standards.

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Omegease

Treat your pet to all of the benefits of omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids. Give them the best fish oil, made from the finest wild caught non-predatory fish and produced to the highest possible quality standards.

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Remember, if it’s too cold for you to go outside, it’s probably too cold for your furry friend too, so don’t force them to go out.

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