It's generally recommended that puppies don't begin a structured runnning program
until they're at least a year old. However, this doesn't mean their exercise options
are limited to walks. Fetch, tug and other games with your puppy's favorite toys
are a great way for them to get in some short periods of vigorous exercise while
allowing sufficient rest periods as needed. It can also help you in your housebreaking
goals because your puppy will have plenty of time do their business outside. Of course,
playtime isn't just for puppies. Older, arthritic dogs who might not be able to run
long distances can benefit from moderate exercise provided by play. Even young, healthy
dogs who love to run enjoy an occasional or regular play session at home. I'm happy
to customize a play schedule to fit your dog's needs.
30 minute playtime
45 minute playtime
60 minute playtime
Additional dog - $5 for each service per additional dog
The Jogging Dog provides a variety of exercise options for your adult dog.