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Tips for Exercising with Dogs and Cats

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Exercise seems to be an important topic every new year for people making resolutions to live healthier in the upcoming year. That’s great for us humans, but what about the fur-kids?

We ran across this great article titled “Tips For Exercising With Dogs And Cats.” This helpful article addresses the following topics:

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Start Slow, Work Up To It

Running And Biking

Get In The Swim Of Things

Be Creative

Play Ball Or Frisbee

Will Dogs Stop Playing If They Are Too Hot?

Protect Their Feet

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Cats Play, Too

Encourage Activity With Vertical Spaces

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So check out “Tips For Exercising With Dogs And Cats.” You will find it worth the read.

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