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Day: December 24, 2020

Exercise is great to watch

Published / by paul / Leave a Comment

Regular exercise is essential for your dog to stay healthy and fit. Life gets busy, so many of us forget to give our dogs the exercise they need. most dogs should get one to two hours of exercise daily to help keep them healthy. When in doubt, give your dog as much exercise as she wants, but be careful not to overdo it. Why not have some fun and start and treat your dog to a new form of exercise? It’s a great way to bond with your dog while staying healthy. Walking is the classic form of exercise we tend to give our dogs. But that’s okay, most dogs love to walk! Running is a great form of exercise for some dogs. If you love nature and you love dogs, then hiking with your dog might be perfect for you. If you are lucky you can just leave the television on while you are at work and the dog will follow the program as in the video below.


Exercise Joyfully

As a tourist I was amazed to watch the Village man entertain me with the tricks of his dog. I asked, “My dear man, how do you manage training your dog that way? I can’t teach my dog a single trick?” The villager looks up with this simple rustic look and replied, “Well, you see, it is this way. You have to know more than the dog or you can’t learn him nothing.”

What kind of exercise do lazy people do?

My brother was driving with his six-year-old son when they passed a race track. The boy asked what the building was. Father replied, “it is a place where people go to race dogs.” The boy thought about it for a minute and commented, “I bet the dogs win.”

I just watched my dog chasing his tail for 10 minutes, and I thought to myself, Wow, dogs are easily entertained. Then I realized I just watched my dog chasing his tail for 10 minutes.


December 24th Birthdays

1931 – Mary Higgins Clark, 1973 – Stephanie Meyer, 1959 – Barbara Schlegel

1971 – Ricky Martin, 1985 – Burak Ozcivit , 1957 – Anil Kapoor, 1974 – Ryan Seacrest


Morning Motivator

May I always be the person my dog thinks I am.


Can your dog do this?

Watch the Veterinary Richard Simmons