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Running Safety – Run For Chelsea Take Back Our Parks

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Chelsea King was running by herself when she was abducted. As a runner, the temptation to go out and run by yourself out of convenience is a hard one for some to resist. Precaution is the best defense. A great running partner is a dog, another runner, or a running group.

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Chasing Away Depression: Run With Your Dog

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The facts on depression are surprising and disturbing. It has gone so far as to affect even the dogs in our lives. Your dog can help you chase away depression. Big statement, but your dog really can move you to a better emotional place…

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Live Today – Blissful Lessons from the Dog

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Falling into the habit of waiting for our lives to happen the way we hope our future vision should be is a stumbling block to enjoy what is right in front of us today. Even though all we really have is right now…. this moment. The concept is rarely focused on. One of the lessons in the bliss of life with a dog is the happiness

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4 Ways To Drastically Improve Your Every Day: Dog Owners

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With the bliss of your dog’s life as a model here are 4 things you can do to drastically improve your every day happiness quotient.

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Running with Two Dogs

January 30, 2010

We’ve established that running is one of the greatest ways to get fit, super charge weight loss and end up with well behaved dogs. Running with the dog is a motivator that even on the days you don’t really feel like it has the benefit of an encouraging wag to get you out the door.

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Training Companions: Running with Dogs

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Studies show that training with a companion, training partner, buddy… whatever you want to call it increases your chances of sticking with an exercise program more than two fold. There are a few considerations to take into account when choosing your dog as your running partner.

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