active seniors getting ready for a run with their dog outside in green nature

Exercising With Your Dog

With the warmer weather just around the corner, it’s time to think about more adventurous ways to exercise your canine companion. No matter what breed, every dog needs some sort of physical exercise to keep them healthy and happy. We’ve got a guide from Sainsbury’s Bank on dog exercise that explores all the fun and quirky ways you can get outdoors and active with your pet.

From playing flyball in two teams of four dogs, to dog diving; there’s something for every pooch and their owner’s physical levels and interests. If you’re unsure about how much exercise your four-legged friend might need, or if a certain type of play is okay for them, make sure to have a chat with your vet or a qualified specialist.

4 replies
  1. Mark Gregory
    Mark Gregory says:

    Thanks for the tips! I will absolutely try these cause both me and my dog could have fun while doing exercise.

    • EntirelyPets
      EntirelyPets says:

      Fit pet, fit pet parent! Glad you like the infographic Mark. It might take some patients while your dog gets into the exercise routine. Exciting stuff.


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