Whether your dog needs to recover from knee injury or you have to do work sometimes that you cannot walk your dog outside the park, your pet will surely become bored and lonely doing nothing but to eat that will might lead to obesity. Bring your dog back to fitness again by using a dog treadmill.
The dog treadmill will help your dog to have a happier, healthier and longer life by incorporating exercise like what we do to our health. Also, don’t forget the proper diet for your dog. There are customized programs available on the canine treadmill’s computer so you do not have to spend more on searching dog exercise programs.
There are no excuses since your dog can use the canine treadmill indoors whether the weather is too hot or too cold. You do not have to worry about his or her knee joints because its running surface is flat. No rocky pavements, no mud. To feel the outdoor setting, you can set the incline and speed so your dog can have a low impact activity while having a rehabilitation or training. Your dog will be safe from allergies, cars and obstacles while you are conditioning him or her for the walk.
Since pets have sensitive hearing especially the recovering ones, the dogPacer LF 3.1 has a whisper-quiet motor that is not distracting. The canine treadmill’s sleek and foldable design can even save space. With its 71 x 16.5 inches surface, wider dogs can also have fun walking and running on it. With a shipping weight of 97 pounds, this treadmill can even hold a dog up to 180 pounds.
This is a great opportunity for bonding even while you are busy working in your computer or cleaning the living room since you can both enjoy being together doing your own activities. You can observe your dog’s movements and condition. You can start the dog walking session and stop it any time you want. It will be easier for dogs to use the dog treadmill since it is easier to control and can accommodate your dog’s stride than a regular treadmill.
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Author: Mark Braeden
Mark is the dog breeder for 16 years. Mark also has 4 dogs: Alaskan Malamute, Clumber Spaniel, Irish Terrier and Mutt. Mark also into latest technologies and he is trying all the latest dog gadgets on the market and sharing his experience.