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Dog Jogging for Beginners
Rule #2. Use a short or medium length leash - this way as your dog jogs, you have to keep up according to their speed. For best results get a leash that goes around your waist.
Rule #3. Stop to drink once in awhile - Give your dog a drink too!
Rule #4. Jog the same speed as your dog is jogging. Not too fast, not too slow.
Rule #5. When your dog is tired it is time for a break!
Rule #6. If your dog is really big or really small you will need to learn to be either faster or slower while jogging.
Rule #8. Skip your iPod for once. Listen to the sound of your heart and your feet (and your dog's feet) on the pavement.
Rule #9. Eat something after you are done jogging. A protein shake, a boiled egg, chocolate milk - something with protein in it. Feed your dog too!
Rule #10. Remember, DOG JOGGING IS FUN. And the beauty of it is because your dog wants to go jogging it forces you to stick to a schedule.
Note: There is even COMPETITIVE DOG JOGGING. Nothing like a frugal competitive sport to get you in the mood to exercise!
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