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Walk your dog    Walking with your dog is a relaxing experience. Your dog will truly enjoy walking especially if he sees other dogs strolling around. It is your dog's form of exercise. Never mind the barking. It's a dog's way of calling its friends.

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rainman
09/18/2008
02:11:57 PM
Re: Walk your dog
yeah! everytime I got home from work, I usually do a quick strolling with my Pitbull in our street. Not only it helps my dog for his healthy afternoon exercise, it draws attention to some girls which I benefit most of the time.
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replay
09/18/2008
02:12:50 PM
Re: Walk your dog
walking also helps your dog stretch out its muscles. Plus! it helps your dog socialize with other dogs and develops them not to be afraid with strangers.
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koliuoro
09/18/2008
02:14:37 PM
Walking means jumpstarting the day
I agree. I usually walk my dog early in the morning to give her quite a jumpstart for the day. Whenever I feel that she is bored or lonely, I also walk her. It somehow gives her joy, especially being alone in the house, with just her toys to play with.
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rainman
09/18/2008
02:17:07 PM
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walking would also initiate that special bonding, not only it relieves you to your long working days, but also has that fulfillment that dogs and its owner are indeed one.
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lieon
09/18/2008
02:18:57 PM
Re: Walk your dog
Walking is a form of socialization and familiarization of dogs of environments apart from his confinement. Its like giving a dog a reward by destressing the dog from his usual routine when you let it walk around.
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lieon
09/18/2008
02:20:03 PM
Nose Conditions
Is it true that you can detect your dog’s fever through his nose if its wet or dry.? Can you enlighten me more about other nose conditions?
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sammeon
09/19/2008
02:55:50 AM
Re: Walk your dog
In order for your dog to stay healthy and active provide interaction. Prevent boredom by taking your dog for long walks.
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