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Every dog owner knows that winter comes with various dangers, such as paw pad injuries, frostbite, and even hypothermia. However, this doesn’t mean having to spend this cold season on your cozy sofa. You can still burn calories and have fun with your canine friend this winter using some basic safety precautions.
Putting on your winter boots and going out to walk, play, run, or hike will not only help you and your dog to stay fit and healthy but will also enhance your human-dog bond. (You’ll actually be amazed by the number of calories burned in a day after you start embracing winter outdoor/indoor activities with your dog!)
Check out these 8 safe ways you can burn calories and stay active with your dog throughout winter. And don’t forget to consult your vet before starting a new dog exercise program.