October 7, 2020

6 surprising reasons why taking a walk with our dog is healthier for Us.

We are the center of our dog’s universe and they crave for our attention

 It seems so obvious but it runs much deeper than we often realize..
Dogs do not like to be bored and if we give them something constructive to do, like taking a walk with our dog for atleast 30 mins, they may be less likely to do something destructive, like chewing the couch.
Walking exercises the mind as well as the body. Watching wildlife, exploring new paths, seeing other people with their pets, and so on, are great mental stimulation for our dog that he just cannot get in the same fenced area all the time.
Walking also releases excess energy and helps our dogs sleep better at night. Just like us!
We are the center of our dog’s universe and they crave for our attention. What better way to spend quality time with our dog than taking a walk? Spending one-on-one time and taking a walk with our dog will deepen our bond and help deter annoying, attention-seeking behaviors such as excessive barking or whining.
Many people need outside motivation to work out, and may depend on an exercise buddy to get them off the couch. What happens when our exercise partner gets stuck at work or stuck in traffic or has another commitment? Our dog is only committed to one thing… us! 
That makes him the perfect exercise partner. He is always available and willing to accompany us on a walk.

As dog owners we enjoy numerous health and social benefits by walking our dogs every day.

Dr. Ruth Roberts provides an arsenal of supplements, courses and consultation to support your dog with a balanced diet and optimum health. The Original Crockpet Diet is one of them, click the learn more button to find out more.


Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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