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dog walking tips/dog walking

dog walking tipsYou probably look forward to walking your dog every day. Your dog certainly looks forward to walking with you! But do either of you really enjoy going on a walk when the conditions outside aren’t the best? When it’s too cold, too hot, rainy or snowy, it’s tempting to just skip your walk for a day or two. However, to provide proper canine care for your pooch, you need to find a way to incorporate exercise into their routine every day. Here are some great dog walking tips when the outdoor conditions aren’t in your favor.

If your dog likes to pull at their leash when you take them for a walk, just know you aren’t alone. Leash pulling is a common issue for dog owners, but it doesn’t make it any less frustrating. The importance of good training, when dog walking, goes beyond simply having a more pleasant experience on your walk. A dog that always pulls at the leash could accidentally break free and be in danger. Here are some great tips to help make your dog walking experience better by preventing leash pulling.  

Any time you take your dog out for a walk, an emergency could come up at any time unexpectedly. In those situations, you need to have an emergency kit prepared. This is especially true if you hire a dog walker who may be completely familiar with every aspect of your pet. In most cases, the emergency kit will have similar items as any other emergency kit. However, only you know your dog well enough to know what comforts them if they are injured or scared. Your dog walker will do everything they can to comfort your pooch, but preparing these items in an emergency kit will help everyone involved have a better experience.