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Old 06-09-2015, 01:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Supplements/training??

My girl is turning 1 this month. I want to start training and supplementing her for weight pull and possibly agility. Any and all suggestions welcome. Name:  ImageUploadedByPG Free1433809237.691984.jpg
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Old 06-09-2015, 12:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hello Draco.....I think she's a little to young for ''hardcore training''
You can do flirtpole or springpole but with the springpole she must stand with her both legs on the (soft) underground, also long handwalks, walk in trot is good. (Treadmill??)
This are a few suggestions, to do the true training is better to wait untill 18 months.
Then you can Bike (joring) urban/offroad mushing enz...
Supplements in my opinion isn't needing, the most (muscled) dogs I've seen doesn't used supplements only sporting.
Anyway here some links, suggestions

Dog Supplements - MVPK9 Supplements

Muscle

If you want to use supplements you've to wait untill she's fully grown.

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Supplements/training??

Thanks for the information. I bought a tredmill a few months ago, it's been hard to get her to stay on it for more than a couple minutes. We do long walks, she loves the flirt pole. She isn't a big fan of the spring pole yet, she will grab it and then let go. I have been doing a lot of research on supplements, I'm not sure I will ever use any. I feed a decent kibble and I always add things to it, carrots, pumpkin, banana, apples, olive oil, coconut oil, raw meat and raw eggs sometimes.
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I agree it's best not to do any heavy pulling until she has matured and her growth plates are closed. You can buy her a harness and get her used to the feeling of dragging around light items such as an empty milk jug, but I wouldn't be having her actually pulling weight yet.

As for supplements, I just give a glucosamine/chondroitin supplement daily to strengthen joints because my dogs do a lot of high-impact exercise, but even then it's not necessary, I'm just being cautious. A raw egg once a week helps their coats, but otherwise I don't see a need for supplements.
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I'll feed pretty much the same, the kibble i give is Acana Sport&Agility I also give from time to time ready made meat from the pet store (meat complete and Tripe complete enz..)

also I buy chicken carcasses/legs/necks and give It (raw) to them.
or I cook for them, put the carcasses enz in a big pan with water and cook for a while get the bones out, all the meat fall off then I put sweet potatoes veggies (green beans, carrots enz..) Pumpkin enz.. give It over the kibble or raw, they like It very much....(I'll let It cook for a while so It becomes thicker)

This is what I found, This is in Holand but I'm sure It's also in the states.
Epo Canine - Green River Working Dog Supplies

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I feed Diamond extreme athlete and 4health whitefish mixed together. Should I be giving her hip/joint treats if I want to get her into competition?
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Thanks for the information. I bought a tredmill a few months ago, it's been hard to get her to stay on it for more than a couple minutes. We do long walks, she loves the flirt pole. She isn't a big fan of the spring pole yet, she will grab it and then let go. I have been doing a lot of research on supplements, I'm not sure I will ever use any. I feed a decent kibble and I always add things to it, carrots, pumpkin, banana, apples, olive oil, coconut oil, raw meat and raw eggs sometimes.
all great replies so far.
just make sure those apples don't have cores.
if you have access to water, swimming will increase her lung capacity and give her a workout without impact on her joints.
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I slice the apples up for her. I took her to the lake one time, she loved it, but there were dogs there running around off leash so not sure I'll be taking her back. As soon as we got there a huge doberman ran up to us. I kept her on leash the entire time. She loved swimming though.
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