Dog Walking/ Puppy and new dog training-A tired dog is a good dog. The benefits of dog walking are numerous. While you probably take your pet walking at least to relieve itself, you may have overlooked how beneficial exercise can also be to your pet’s health. Here are ten health benefits you can provide to your pet by walking it regularly. We offer a variety ofplans for dog walking. Call us to discuss the plan that works best for you.
#10 Helps Keep Pets Healthy
This one is a no-brainer. Exercise is good for us all. It provides many health benefits that include keeping your pet healthy, agile, and limber.
#9 Helps with Weight Control
An overweight pet is not a healthy pet. In addition to regulating its diet, to keep your pet in tip-top shape, you should be doing your best to provide regular exercise as well.
#8 Helps the Digestive System
Regular walks can be extremely beneficial to your pet’s digestive system, and they can aid in relieving constipation.
#7 No More Destructive Behavior
Regular walks, as well as other forms of exercise, can help reduce or eliminate any of your pet’s destructive chewing, digging, or scratching. Pets are like children: If you are not giving them something constructive to do, you may not like what they choose to do.
#6 No More Hyperactivity
Walks can help to alleviate extra energy your pet may have, calming it down and reducing any hyperactivity, excitability, and even nighttime activity. A walk can help your pet to feel more relaxed and sleepy rather than restless at bedtime.
#5 No More Unruliness
Behaviors such as knocking over furniture or jumping on people can be a sign of pent up energy. Regular walks will help curb this.
#4 No More Attention-Seeking Behaviors
Barking and whining are just signs that your pet wants some attention from you. Regular walks will help them stay healthy, and …
#3 Help Promote Socialization
Human interaction is extremely important. It strengthens the bond your pet desires from people and leads to a strong, trusting relationships Walking strengthens their bonding and enables them to trust.
#2 Helps Build Trust
If you have a timid or fearful pet, regular walks can help your pet to build confidence and trust. You will likely be exposing your pet to other humans and animals alike, and with you there for comfort your pet can learn to be comfortable around them.
#1 Helps lessen the trips to the vet
Walking a pet is sometimes regarded as a chore. However, it shouldn't be, as it is beneficial for your dogs health. Just as we should exercise so we lessen our visits to our physician, so we should do the same for our pet and lessen the visits to the veterinarian.