If you've been considering an invisible fence for your dog, you already know the importance of giving your pup enough room to get exercise by fetching a ball, playing with a frisbee or romping with your family in the backyard. Today, our guest pet expert talks about how beneficial this exercise is for your pet.
Running With The Wolves
The domesticated dog comes from the pure version of the wolf who is use to running its prey down, sometimes taking many hours. This is totally unlike our purebred or mixed breed family pet who usually just sits and waits for their food and water to be served to them twice a day.
A lack of exercise for both pet and human is not healthy. So, take advantage of your three fold trifecta sitting right there with your always eager dog – who, by the way, I suspect will never say no to a walk. Carve out an hour a day for just the two of you. You’re both not only getting that sorely needed exercise for those muscles, but you will be spending quality time together and calming your mind and spirit. The both of you will lose those extra pounds, giving you both stronger and healthier hearts and bodies all around.
-- Rebecca Ann Normandin, Author
About the Author: Rebecca is the Author of Breaking The Chains of Spiritual Bondage Between Man and God’s Creature’s. This is a message that the Holy Spirit laid onto my heart almost five decades ago, which is now a book.