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10 Plus 1 Reasons a dog treadmill can be good for dogs by Krista Wickens Let’s face it running outside gives us and our dogs an element of freedom and stimulation that exercising inside just doesn’t accomplish. The smells, the sights, the fresh air have documented benefits to our body and mind. However, there are
Dog Fitness and Dog and Person Fitness is on the rise and becoming the newest trend. It seems every day, another business or person unleashes a new class or decides to offer a person and pooch fitness class. Since K9 Fit Club isn’t everywhere (just yet), and dog fitness programs and classes generally aren’t regulated
We all enjoy a great meal, savoring each bite and enjoying every morsel. What if we were to assume that our dog feels the same way? If we have a hard time controlling what we eat, what about them? Fat is never healthy for us and never healthy for our dogs. Here are some great
You know it’s good for you. You know that exercise can give you energy, help you maintain a healthy weight, keep your muscles and joints flexible, help you live longer, and above all, make you feel better. If you and your dog are getting a little more “pooch”, you’re not getting enough exercise–but neither are
Not all pet owners can afford to send their dogs to boot camps or workout clubs for pets. But there’s no reason to just let dogs skip their daily exercise and pamper them with food and sleep, thinking that it can help them be healthy. It’s a big NO. Food and sleep are indeed necessary
Prior to each exercise there is a warm-up and a cool down. Warm Up Spend a few minutes getting you and your dog ready for the workout. Power walk back and forth across the room for 1 minute. Perform high knees across the room and butt kicks back. Repeat for 10 time. Standing in place
Many dog owners find their pets cute and huggable when they’re chubby or fat. Sometimes, they even think such condition is healthy for their dogs. Eating too much is very different with an active appetite and a proper diet. It doesn’t mean that when dogs pose a good appetite, they are already in good condition.
It could really be depressing to see your dog vomiting yellow fluid or white foamy liquid. You may feel puzzled to think about what food you fed your dog that caused such characteristic coloring. Different theories and queries will blow up your mind. You’ll end up thinking if there’s something the dog ate at your
Play Tag! Step 1: Start by getting your dog’s attention. Step 2: Walk forward, keeping your dog in the heel position, with your dog’s ear next to your leg. If your dog wants to pull forward, say, “Heel!” and turn to the right, and continue walking in the new direction. Step 3: When you reach
As we all know, dogs make wonderful companions and are usually content to do whatever we do, from taking a ride in the car to lounging around on the sofa on a lazy Sunday afternoon. However, having a dog by your side gives you a great excuse to getting a new leash on life! Whether

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A new article is out showing off how one of our licensees, Heidi Gregory-Mina is really spreading the K9 Fit Club experience to everyone around here. Check it out now! Article Link
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