Dogs that are always confined in cage develop sense of mutilation and depression. These then result to health problems such as muscle and bone degeneration because of the lack of blood circulation and imbalance in metabolism due to inactivity, and problems in socialization.
Exercise as we all know doesn’t just give positive effects to the social aspect of our pets. Regular dog activities such as running or a simple walk at the park increases blood circulation which is good for the heart, bones, and muscles. This lowers the risk of health problems such as dog obesity and other metabolic imbalances. Furthermore, regular exercise for our canine pets increases optimal health.
A good dog exercise doesn’t need to be strenuous or complicated. You can play fetch in your backyard or do some walking around your neighborhood. These activities don’t just improve your dog’s health but also yours. Constant interaction with your dog also improves your bond.
Introducing the bird dog exercise, a move that works your core so well that it’s a favorite of both physical therapy and of multiple modes of exercise, including yoga and pilates. But it’s not just your core that gets worked. You’ll also improve:
There is no doubt dog exercise is critical to your dog’s mental and physical well being. In fact, lack of exercise is one of the biggest causes of
The Bird Dog exercise is a classic core exercise that emphasizes lower back strength and balance. If you’ve never done it before, the first few reps make seem awkward and difficult to balance, but once you get the form down, you’ll want to make it a staple in your exercise program.
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