Dog Hits Treadmill And Seems Perfectly Comfortable Running
Running outside gives us and our dogs an element of freedom and stimulation that exercising inside just doesn’t accomplish. The smells, the sights, the fresh air have documented benefits to our body and mind. However, there are times and situations when it just isn’t possible to get outside. Then what? One probable solution would be a treadmill.
Chevy runs on the treadmill so she can be ready and in shape for summer! In reality running on a treadmill is a great way to burn extra energy, boost confidence and improve focus. She totally dispels the myth that dogs have the same phobia to treadmills that many people inherit. Like their humans, some dogs enjoy it more than others. And this shepher is in love with the treadmill. She enjoys breaking some sweat and not for a moment does she look like she is going to take a break. Her enthusiasm for running must be rewarded because not many dogs share her zest for running. Exercising on the treadmill is a tremendous fun when nothing else works, Chevy stops by this amusing machine and hits it right away. It may be not a replacement for outdoor adventures, but it is a mere supplement to fill the void of being less active in the house.
Running on a treadmill can be a great way to provide your dog with a workout. If you have a busy schedule or live in an area where the weather or neighborhood makes dog walking difficult, a treadmill can be a great way to get your dog the exercise she needs. Training a dog to use a treadmill takes some patience, but with time and effort your dog should learn to use the machine with ease.