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fitness



Jump Start to Leash Training Your Dog Not To Pull

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Pulling on the leash and stopping to sniff repeatedly are two big factors in people not getting started with an exercise and fitness lifestyle with their dog. Exercise for you and your dog are essential to living to your fulfilled potential on a daily basis so please enjoy the first coaching session on training your dog to stop pulling on the leash while walking or running with you.

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Talking Too Much To Train The Dog

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Animals are such great teachers in so many ways. As I went horse back riding this week it occurred to me once again how much we can learn by not talking so much. We can learn and train our dogs by not talking so much.

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Running and Dogs: Barefoot and Paws

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How could my dog have taught me about barefoot running? Well, the concept is one in which you actually strike on the ball of your foot before you land on your heel. Have you ever noticed how agile and effortless your dog is while running? Guess what? You dog doesn’t land on a heel but on the ball or paw pad of the foot.

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Dog as Training Partner: What You Do Every Day Counts

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It’s amazing what you actually do every day and what you think you do everyday. As a professional dog trainer I hear things that people would like to do with their dog everyday, but what actually happens paints an entirely different picture.

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Dog Food. Same Cheeseburger Everyday?

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The pet food industry is a 16 billion dollar a year game and you can bet that those companies using the biggest marketing dollars to attract your conscious dog food choices aren’t worried so much about the health of your dog. The bottom line is profits.

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Earth Day With Your Dog

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Happy Earth Day! It’s a great place to be so let’s get out and enjoy it while taking care of it. People are coming up with great ideas to “go green” even with the dog.

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The Difference Between Friends and Dogs

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Dog owners answer that question every day when asked “what kind of dog is that” or “how old is your dog”. Answers come out automatically:

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Fit Dog Fit Nation – 7 Session Boost – For You and The Dog –

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Fit Dog Fit Nation launches May 8th. We’ll be providing Get Moving with Your Dog Tips. Join the movement against childhood obesity and get yourself and the dog back into shape.

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Running Dog Guide – Shin Splints Causes and Treatment

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The first and most common injury for those who have just started a running or walking routine is shin splints. Shin splints are a result of inflammation in the front of the lower leg.

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What’s In Your Dog’s Dinner – The Truth About Dog Food

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What’s in dog food? Big companies use massive advertising media dollars to cover up the truth. Find out what popular premium dog foods have ingredients not fit to feed anything alive and what companies are using wholesome ingredients.

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