Dog exercise & equipment in park

The top ten reasons why your dog is a great workout partner:
  1. He or she is never late for a workout session. Use the park to exercise with the right equipment and workout with you your dog. Chances are good that your dog lives with you and has a reasonably clear schedule. He will be ready to go at the drop of a hat (or the clip of a leash!).
  2. Your dog will never try to weasel out of exercising. How many workout partners have you had who actually want to go for a run in a blizzard?
  3. A dog doesn't need to change into it's exercise fur. They feature a multipurpose, all-weather coat that doesn't take 20 minutes to change into before they can start.
  4. Dogs know the value of good, solid relaxation after exercise... and before exercise!
  5. Your dog doesn't care what you're wearing or how much tuna salad or garlic you just can exercise and have fun with your dog without ever feeling self-conscious.
  6. The enthusiasm of your dog is contagious. If you've ever watched your dog run full tilt around a field with wild eyes, tongue flapping around and a look of unbridled joy on her face, it's time to join her! Your dog will love the company!
  7. Dogs thrive on exercise, just like people. Regular exercise makes both dogs and people happier, healthier and stronger.
  8. Dogs doesn't waste time talking. They don't want to stop and chat in the middle of an exercise session. They don't care who said what to whom. At most, they just want to know who peed on what and when.
  9. You don't need to buy the latest in fashionable exercise clothes, shoes, or equipment for your dog.
  10. Running + dog + sudden rabbit sighting = TURBO BOOST!

Activities you can do with your dog:
As you can see, a dog makes a great workout partner. Both of you (or all of you, if you have more than one dog) can reap tremendous benefits from regular exercise. Here are some ideas for exercises you can do with your dog:

1. Walking
2. Jogging Running
3. Cycling
4. Roller blading
5. Cross Country Skiing Skijorring
6. Horsing Around
7. Resistance Training

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