There's nothing more enjoyable to me than when we take our furbabies for a walk on the beach on a nice sunny day. They go absolutely bonkers at the word. It's a great way to get out their energy and their smiling faces make me so happy as they sniff every little thing. They are always tuckered out by the end of the exciting walk and are ready for nap time when we arrive home.
This is our special family time. We get to have a fun experience together while our furbabies live their healthiest and best life.
There are an astounding number of health benefits for your pup when they're out on a dog walk soaking up that sunshine. They are hugely beneficial to your dog's mental health just as they are for ours.
Health Benefits of Daily Dog Walks
Dog walks are a great way to bond with your dog and give them some extra one on one time. They get lonely when left alone much of the day. Their favorite thing in the world is to spend time with you and it's a great way to deepen your relationship.
They need to get out and smell different things. It's so important to engage your pets' mind by letting them discover new smells on a daily basis. After all, smelling is a dog's way of experiencing the world.
If your dog likes to sniff out trails, let him take his time. It's so much fun for him!
In general, walking your dog is a great way to keep your dog's physical health in tip top shape.
It helps them to maintain a healthy weight and fitness level, manage blood pressure, energy levels, and have a healthy heart.
You and your dog can get and stay healthy together. They make fantastic walking partners and usually will help you to keep a good pace.
We've known for a long time that exercise helps increase endorphins in humans. It has the same effect on dogs!
Endorphins are the "feel good" chemicals our brains release when we engage in physical activity. They also happen to combat stress and release nervous tension, which is a great tool especially if your dog has anxiety.
Dog walks give your furbaby the chance to socialize in a healthy way with other dogs, even if it's just for a quick butt sniff to say hello!
Making human friends along the way is an important for your pet's well-being and socialization.
Always ask people first if they're okay with your dog approaching them and their dog. Likewise, always ask before petting someone else's pet.
Dogs get stir crazy when they sit around the house too much, just like we do!
Walks help to break up the day for your baby so they can have a healthy mind. We all need a little variety in our day.
This will also help your dog to ward off depression.
One of the best things you can do for your dog's physical and mental health is to enjoy a nice walk together.
You should aim to walk your dog for at least 10-15+ minutes per day minimum if they are in good enough health for it. It will be so beneficial to you and your buddy.
So get out there and have fun with your bestie. They will thank you!