Digestive Health and Weight Management
Bailey’s digestive system occasionally acts up; and he has also fallen victim to periodic constipation. Although your vet treats these troubling conditions, regular walks also help Bailey’s system to maintain a regular pace. Since your dog also battles with his weight, his daily fast-paced walks burn up calories and help to keep those extra pounds at bay.
When you adopted Bailey several months ago, he was a rather timid dog who hadn’t been well socialized. To get him comfortable in your larger community, you’ve taken your canine companion on neighborhood walks; and he has even visited the dog park. After meeting many friendly dogs and dog-loving humans, Bailey is now a super-confident dog who loves everybody.
Enhanced Obedience Skills
At first, Bailey lacked obedience skills, making him think it was acceptable to greet people by jumping on them. Eventually, your social circle shrank as your friends stopped coming to visit. Now, however, Bailey has graduated from obedience class with flying colors; and he greets your friends like a civilized canine family member. You use your regular walks to keep your dog’s obedience skills sharp.
Decreased Destructive Behavior
While Bailey first exhibited poor socialization skills, he came to your family with an abundance of destructive energy. When he became bored, he gnawed on your baseboards; and he even chewed a chair cushion into shreds. Now, you channel Bailey’s energy into brisk jaunts and hikes; and his destructive urges have vanished.
During Bailey’s recent visit to your veterinarian Ashburn, the vet appreciated your efforts in making your lovable pooch a happier, fitter dog. If you think your own dog would benefit from a good exercise program, make an appointment with your vet today.