How To Get Active With Your Dog
A Lifetime Of Adventure
Whether you enjoy running, hiking, or swimming, your active life is better when your dog is at your side. Learn how you and your dog can Monday Like A Pro with outdoor activities that are fun and safe for both people and dogs.
Running With Your Dog
Running with your dog can increase canine performance and help you get in shape too. Learn how you and your canine workout partner can get up and running safely, together.
Hiking With Your Dog
Hiking is a great way to treat your canine companion to a dog adventure. It’s also an enjoyable way to work out with your dog. Take to the trail safely with these tips.
Swimming With Your Dog
Heading for water this summer? Remember that water exercise for dogs can be just the thing to help your pet stay active and escape the summer heat. Here’s how to do it safely.
Winter Activities With Your Dog
If your family includes one of the best dog breeds for an active lifestyle, you likely spend time outdoors in winter. Here are some safety tips to help you and your dog enjoy a winter adventure.
Safe Activities For Senior Dogs
Ready to share in some canine fitness activities with your senior dog? Here are some tips to help you get active—and stay safe—with your older pet.
How To Identify & Prevent Pain In Dogs
Exercising with your dog is a good thing to do—except when it results in pain for your pet. Here are some tips to help protect your dog from exercise-related pain.
Participating in Dog Sports
Release the competitive instinct in your dog – and yourself – by participating in dog sports. Here are some exciting sports that are almost as much fun for you as they are for your dog.
Top 5 Games to Play With Your Dog
Playing games with your dog is a great way to keep them active, healthy, and happy. Here are some games you can start playing together today.
Dog Exercise Safety Tips
● Consult your vet before starting a new activity
● Ensure your dog’s microchip and ID tag are current
● Use a leash or harness
● Feed 2-3 hours before or after exercise
● Tailor activities to your dog’s current fitness level