Instead of restricting your dog to brief walks and bathroom breaks, winter can be a great time to flex your creative muscles and try new tricks and techniques to keep your furry friends active. While dog expert Cesar Millan recommends putting your pup on the treadmill, that will probably get you some stares (and complaints) from your neighbours in your condo gym.
December 5, 2016
During the frigid winter months, dog owners are often racked with guilt as chilling subzero temps, blustery winds and slick, slippery sleet limit their pets’ outdoor time and in turn, decrease their activity level for months at a time. It’s very important to keep your dog active throughout the year!
4 ways to keep your dog active indoors this winter –