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    If you could recommend one piece of advice for ensuring a dog is fit and healthy, what would it be?

    I've been reading this free guide which is full to the brim with tips on spotting obesity, dieting and walking - and it has got me thinking about the question above.

    The most interesting takeout for me was the part about feeding after a certain time - it's not something I'd really thought about.

    What's the best tip for a healthy dog you've received?
    The free guide, Keep Your Dog Fit & Healthy, will tell you more about the health consequences of pet obesity and tips on how to avoid it.

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    Originally posted by rob160117 View Post
    If you could recommend one piece of advice for ensuring a dog is fit and healthy, what would it be?

    I've been reading this free guide which is full to the brim with tips on spotting obesity, dieting and walking - and it has got me thinking about the question above.

    The most interesting takeout for me was the part about feeding after a certain time - it's not something I'd really thought about.

    What's the best tip for a healthy dog you've received?
    Good food and regular exercise would be on my list. Of course there are always genetic issues, but I think the same is true for dogs as it is for people. Eat healthy food, and get some exercise.
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    • #3
      Playing with your dogs will keep them physically fit also.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rlouie7 View Post
        Playing with your dogs will keep them physically fit also.
        Good advice...playing also lets you check up on their health...if a dog doesn't want to play, there might be something amiss.
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        • #5
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          • #6
            i think good quality food and regular activity are crucial. But not to be forgotten, each dog needs to feel that he is loved Sounds as a cliche, but yes, i think that playing with your dog and cuddling and taking care of his emotions is as beneficial as any food or long walk. Essential need indeed

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Samantha113 View Post
              i think good quality food and regular activity are crucial. But not to be forgotten, each dog needs to feel that he is loved Sounds as a cliche, but yes, i think that playing with your dog and cuddling and taking care of his emotions is as beneficial as any food or long walk. Essential need indeed
              I agree. I love my dogs up on a regular basis.
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              • #8
                Believe it or not, your dog's hair says a lot more than you can imagine , because not only is it an aesthetic element, but it is truly a reflection of your dog's state of health.https://wopetshop.com/blogs/pets-kno...out-his-health
                Believe it or not, your dog's hair says a lot more than you can imagine , because not only is it an aesthetic element, but it is truly a reflection of your dog's state of health.A dog with dull, weak hair, that falls in excess or with a bad smell can indicate that your dog is having problems, whether it is a disease, a

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                • #9
                  Exercise your dog everyday.Regular exercise helps your dog maintain a healthy weight and heart, while increasing muscle mass.
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