We’ve all seen how some dogs just can’t get enough of it. The moment they’re let off the leash, off they sprint, grasping lungfuls of air, making sharp turns, pushing their limits and slowing down only to speed up again. These dog breeds love to run. They run for the sake of running. They don’t even need anything or anyone to chase. Not even a ball tossed. It’s just the joy of moving, and moving fast. Here are 5 dogs whose elegant running would simply amaze you Ibizan Hound P
Dogs communicate through their body language. This means that they start communicating as soon as they see each other. Think about your average run with your dog. You’re running on the trail or sidewalk, and you see a dog and their owner approaching from far away. Your dog fixates on the other dog in an instant, and then that dog returns the gaze. This is where the conversation starts – not when they are leash- length away from each other. By the time you run close to the dog
How fast should you run? Will you trip over your dog? Can you do a dog-friendly race together? Starting out on ,a new activity like running can bring a certain level of anxiety. Although some dogs can run faster and farther than others, running is a natural activity for all healthy dogs, regardless of age or breed. In this article, we will explore why you shouldn’t start running with your dog without setting up a running schedule first. Find time to run Whether it’s our caree
After hours of painstaking research, many miles of running, and tons of play, my new book – Running for Dogs – is finally here! If you’ve ever considered running with your dog, and were in need of a comprehensive, but straightforward guide, this is it. This book covers, section by section, all the major components of running with your dog. I tested everything out on my dog and myself first so you don’t have to! In the “Training” section, for example, I talk about taking an in
Running for Dogs
Give your dog a job, a hobby or simply a way to drain access energy.