Sure, it's usually a conversation with that one drunken guy, stumbling over, trying to explain to you that your dog isn't happy and needs to run free.
In a field.
It seems our pups prefer laying in the field. Without flowers.
And whether anyone is really frolicking though these infinite fields on a daily basis.
Mr. B chooses levitation over frolicking.
Some of our Family Walks can be as long as 5 miles.
I really think it's this low-impact, consistent exercise that has kept our pups healthy as they age, and many people can't believe our pups are really 10 and 11 years old.
We know all dogs and situations are different, but we're curious about how much exercise dogs are really getting.
How much exercise is your pup getting each day? And as long as it's exercise, does it matter if it's really a field romp or a long walk?
Because the city is our Obstacle Course
How we exercise indoors when we can't go outdoors
Making the most of our walks.
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