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Old 07-25-2010, 04:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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When to stop working out

Im working Chino on the flirt pole, and playing a lot of rapid fire fetch. IM doing this at night because its been 90 plus degrees out every single day for about a month now.

My question is, when do i know when chino has reached his limit. I stop when he is breathing pretty hard and lays down. But even if i do that, when i pick the ball up again he jumps up and is ready to go? How do i know when he has had enough. I dont want to overwork him, but at the same time i want to push him to his limits
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Old 07-25-2010, 05:19 AM   #2 (permalink)
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So Iím not an expert on this subject but one thing i have to ask is, do you have a thermometer for him? your biggest worry will be if he overheats, check his temp he will prob be hot from the exercise but it it rounds 104, you need to stop and cool him down for his own safety, some dogs will do something they love such as play fetch until they have a heat stroke or simply have a heart attack and die so just make sure you are monitoring him closely

Iím sure other mm will have better advice, so good luck and have fun!!!
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