When our senior dog had side effects from medication, we decided to manage her arthritis with a prescription diet instead of medication. Now, Lassie is back in the lead on the walks she loves so much. Ask your veterinarian if there is a special diet to help manage your dog’s health and medical conditions.
Have you ever enjoyed something more just because the ones you’re with enjoy it so much? Your dog’s health is influenced by diet, exercise, and healthy body weight. At my house, we motivate each other to exercise. Enthusiasm is contagious.
Eighty percent of heart disease is preventable in people who live a healthy lifestyle including healthy diet, quit smoking, and exercise– according to WHO. Great time for a walk!
Dogs love nature, walks, and relaxation– and research shows petting dogs is good for people, too. According to studies, blood pressure decreases when people pet dogs. Our dogs love to sit on park benches with us when we take breaks from outdoor exercise. And, petting dogs has a calming effect that is healthy for people,… Continue reading Walking Bench to Bench, #Lifestyle, #Dogs, #nature
Exercise is fun for your dog and a great way to maintain healthy body weight. Obesity is linked to or complicates diseases in dogs, like diabetes, heart disease, and many others. When your dog goes to your veterinarian for an examination, be sure to ask if there is a special diet that would be appropriate… Continue reading Healthy Lifestyle, #dogs, #nature
Exercise and diet matter for maintaining your dog’s body weight for a healthy heart. Ask your veterinarian to recommend a healthy body weight for your dog and devise a fitness plan your dog will love. According to a study, people who walk their dogs are more likely to reach accepted standards of physical activity of 150… Continue reading The Healthy Dog, #dogs, #nature