After all, exercise is great for your pet for some of the same reasons it’s great for you: improved circulation, weight management, heart health, and mental stimulation. Keep these tips in mind to make the most of all your spring outings.
CHANGE UP YOUR ROUTE so neither of you get bored with the same old routine. You can even drive to a new location (such as a park or trail) and start there.
WALK WHEN YOU WAKE UP to tire your dog out before you head to work. He’ll feel less anxious when you leave, and probably take a nap.
CONSIDER VISITING AN INDOOR WALKING AREA, such as a pet-friendly mall, if the weather proves challenging.
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