The Importance of Regular Exercise in Preventing Leap-Related Injuries

The Importance of Regular Exercise in Preventing Leap-Related Injuries

If your four-legged companion’s leg muscles aren’t toned, its tendons and ligaments aren’t stretched and strong, and its core muscles haven’t been worked and can’t do a good job holding its frame solidly in place, a sudden burst of activity even at home can create the type of injuries discussed within this article (click here).

Your canine companion needs your help to maintain good skeletal health through daily, consistent, controlled aerobic exercise, including such activities as walking, hiking, jogging with you, swimming, fetching a ball, or catching a Frisbee.

Depending on where you live, it’s much easier to keep your dog fit during spring and summer months, but your goal should be to keep him exercised year round.

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Comments

  1. Do you have any tips for exercise? It’s just so hot where I live during the summer months, but I’d still love to get moving with my dog!

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