Walkies! Just like humans, dogs need exercise! Most dogs require 30 minutes or more each day exercise depending on their age, breed and fitness levels. Taking your dog for long walks or even a jog is a great way for you to keep fit with your canine companion! Brave the bitter winter weather and find 30 minutes a day and your dog will look and feel healthier. Letting your pooch run around the back garden doesn’t count!
Agility. There are dog agility classes all over the UK due to their recent surge in popularity. They are a fantastic and fun way of staying fit, believe us it’s tougher than it looks! Dogs may find it difficult at first but they soon get the hang of it, particularly if you use a strong scented, healthy treat such as capelin to guide them around the course.
Watch their weight. The amount of calories you should feed your dogs varies depending on their age, weight
Diet. Yes, I know, no-one likes the ‘D’ word. But just like us humans, if we’ve overindulged and put on a few pounds over the festive season, it’s a good idea to control our diet to compensate. Of
Read dog food labels. Your dog’s overall health is impacted by how much and what they eat. Spend some time reading your dog food/ treat labels and spot healthy and unhealthy ingredients. Consider natural, hypo-allergenic treats.