Cold Winter Exercising Your Dog Will Appreciate
The leaves finished falling a while ago. If you live in the north, you probably look outside to see a blanket of snow; in the south, the air is brisker and you’re probably spending more time indoors. Many people enjoy exercising indoors and the same can be said when it comes to exercising your dog. Likewise, your dog isn’t enjoying the freedom of warm weather and long walks these days. Being cooped inside a house all winter can make your dog bored and anxious, and anxious dogs often act out by destroying your possessions. All dogs need to work out their energy during the day, but that’s hard to do when the temperature drops. Here are some fun winter-oriented activities you can do with your dog to help keep entertained and in shape.
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