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Old 09-16-2017, 05:54 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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Ps I just looked it up, and it is a coat and skin supplement?

But it adds mass to the dogs? Or am I looking at the wrong one?
Feed a proper diet and exercise correctly and supplements aren't needed. All of these companies show pics of dogs whose genetics make them muscular. Taking supplements isn't going to make all dogs look that way.

Hand walk short distances until about a year. Then hand walk longer distances until about 15-18 months. Then you can start running, weight pull, etc without damaging the dogs joints.
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Old 09-17-2017, 01:38 AM   #17 (permalink)
 
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Feed a proper diet and exercise correctly and supplements aren't needed. All of these companies show pics of dogs whose genetics make them muscular. Taking supplements isn't going to make all dogs look that way.



Hand walk short distances until about a year. Then hand walk longer distances until about 15-18 months. Then you can start running, weight pull, etc without damaging the dogs joints.


What would be considered short and long distances? I live on 2 1/2 acres of land, mostly open space...when I take her outside, I usually walk out to the kennel where other dogs are kept, and back which is bout 40 yards one way..sometimes we journey past that and she walks beside me the whole time occasionally falling behind and then catching up by running/jogging (she has a lot of energy) ...what distance would you consider long or short?


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Old 09-18-2017, 02:58 PM   #18 (permalink)
 
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What would be considered short and long distances? I live on 2 1/2 acres of land, mostly open space...when I take her outside, I usually walk out to the kennel where other dogs are kept, and back which is bout 40 yards one way..sometimes we journey past that and she walks beside me the whole time occasionally falling behind and then catching up by running/jogging (she has a lot of energy) ...what distance would you consider long or short?


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Every dog is different. So I would say watch her, if she starts to look tired, you've reached her limit. This applies throughout their life. My old boy poops at after a mile. My younger female will go LITERALLY all day if I'm willing and there's water.
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Every dog is different. So I would say watch her, if she starts to look tired, you've reached her limit. This applies throughout their life. My old boy poops at after a mile. My younger female will go LITERALLY all day if I'm willing and there's water.


Thank you..she is only 8 weeks, so I don't do too much with her, I probably walk her like 160 yards each morning...she pants...but is still willing to go..today I went a little later than usual and after our walk toward the end she was looking for shade..so I brought her in

Out here where I live, there are a bunch of vultures and hawks that be lurking.. so I spend a lot of time watching the skies while we walk..if I'm not careful, they will swoop...they have swooped at my son's dog (chihuahua/daschund) even an owl swooped at him once...but we have a big ..big big mutt who is pit-rott-German Shepard mix..who actually has jumped up and almost caught the owl one time haha

But yeah I will take note to her signs of fatigue

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What would be considered short and long distances? I live on 2 1/2 acres of land, mostly open space...when I take her outside, I usually walk out to the kennel where other dogs are kept, and back which is bout 40 yards one way..sometimes we journey past that and she walks beside me the whole time occasionally falling behind and then catching up by running/jogging (she has a lot of energy) ...what distance would you consider long or short?


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General rule is 5 minutes for every month, twice a day. So 2 month of pup is good with 2, 10 minute walks a day. 15 minutes twice a day when three months old, 20 minutes when four months old, etc etc. Like Ecko said though, your dog will tell you when she needs a break, all pups are different.
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General rule is 5 minutes for every month, twice a day. So 2 month of pup is good with 2, 10 minute walks a day. 15 minutes twice a day when three months old, 20 minutes when four months old, etc etc. Like Ecko said though, your dog will tell you when she needs a break, all pups are different.
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