Walking your dog should be seen as multifaceted and fun undertaking providing the dog and its owner with many positive and rewarding opportunities when done right.
Reduces The Incidence Of Destructive Behaviors
Regularly walking your dog, can help reduce or eliminate a lot of your dogs misbehavior caused through boredom or hyperactivity. Dogs are like children: If you are not giving them something constructive to do, you may not like what they choose to do.
Helps the Digestive System
Good for the digestive system
Regularly walking your dog is extremely beneficial to your pet’s digestive system, and can aid in relieving constipation.
Helps with Weight Control
An overweight dog is not a healthy dog.
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.
Help's Keep Our Dogs Healthy
Keeps us and the dog healthy.
Walking your dog provides exercise is good for us all. It provides many health benefits that include keeping your pet healthy, agile, and limber.
Help Promote Your Bond
Spending time with your dog is extremely important. It strengthens the bond between you and leads to a strong, trusting relationship. .
Observing Elimination Behaviors
Whilst walking your dog you are able to observe your dog whilst it eliminates in the event that they struggle to eliminate urine or frequently urine small amounts or attempt to may be indicative that they have a condition known as Cystitis, also known as bladder inflammation, this can lead to straining when urinating. It can eventually even lead to more severe and emergency type of situations like the formation of stones in the bladder or the formation of a urethral plug, which is a life-threatening condition that causes the dog to become "blocked" (i.e., unable to urinate). There stools are also an indicator to your dogs internal health look for indicators such as loose stools, the presence of blood in the stool, straining, worms in the stools are indicators of underlying health or dietary issues.