You continue your daily walks sticking as closely to the same path like a beagle honing in on a scent because your dog needs exercise for his health and as an outlet for pent up energy. Walking is what you are supposed to do with a dog, right? Well, yes, but there’s a movement afoot that challenges the traditional ideas of what dogs and humans can do together for fun and physical conditioning. So if you and your canine companion are getting a little bored with the same activities day after day, Your footsteps are on automatic pilot and your dog is tired of smelling the same patches of grass.
Running with your dog is like multitasking
agrees that running with your dog is a great activity with one caveat: “Remember it’s your dog’s outing. You should be willing to stop when the dog wants to stop to sniff and greet other dogs and people even if that slows you down.”
High-energy activity is Fly ball
The dog must stomp on this box to release a ball and then return to the starting line carrying the ball while jumping the hurdles. Once he or she crosses the starting line, the next dog takes off. The goal is to be the fastest team without penalties. Dogs race down a course, which includes 4 hurdles. At the end of the first leg sits a box with tennis balls. the rules of the game are similar to a human relay race.
This high-energy, running, jumping competitive sport is not only great exercise, but develops confidence your dog has a lot of energy or pounds to burn off.
Dogs are tracking breed
Dog can participate in the sport of tracking, a competitive event for dogs and handlers. scent trail is laid out hours before competition. Once the trail has “aged” dogs, with the encouragement of their owners, begin the work of finding an object at the end of the trail.
That is needed for your dog’s daily exercise fix
Fetch is easy to squeeze into busy schedules, as there is no need to travel far to fit in a game. A close-by park or backyard works great and on rainy days, fetch can be an indoor sport, played from the comfort of your couch.
Don’t forget to exercise your dog’s brain
After puppy hood and the basic obedience commands have been taught, cognitive challenges tend to drop off. Find some silly, fun behavior to teach your dog, like high giving or bowing on command or go for more advanced behaviors such as emergency down or command by hand signals.
Dog’s innate scent capability. Training begins with simple tasks of finding a treats in a hidden box. As your dog gets better at locating objects the tasks get more challenging. Not only is nose work an excellent exercise as your dog bounds from place to place looking for the prize, but nose work also develops your dog’s focus and confidence as well.
Dancing With the Stars
you may want to try dancing with your dog Based on obedience training, but with more elaborate footwork, movements are choreographed to music as you and your dog go through an original “dance” routine. Free Style also offers opportunities to strut your stuff in competition. more confident and just have fun – for you and your dog.