Stretching your dog should be done regularly, a minimum of three times a week. Stretches should not be done when the muscles are hot or cold. Your dog’s muscles should be warm. Stretching should never be done before exercise. A good time is within 10 minutes after a walk or 30 minutes following strenuous activity.
Building a solid routine of strength, balance, and body awareness exercises will keep your dog strong and reduce the chance of injury. Consider spending 10-20 minutes 3 times a week with each of your dogs performing such exercises as down to stand, stand to sit, roll over in both directions, sit pretty, side stepping, and
Humans walk and jog to stay in shape, increase endurance, and improve physical health. Trotting your dog has the same benefits for them and also lengthens the spine and strengthening core muscles. A balanced trot should be a rhythm where your dog’s diagonally opposite legs move together. There should only be two feet on the