Health & Fitness

HEALTH CARE ADVISORIES FOR DOBERMAN OWNERS

outdoor training process in dogschool

Read more...

In my last blog article, I went off at quite a tangent in an effort to include as much information as possible. I was endeavoring to focus more on the need to be more centered on feeding our dogs’ natural dog food instead of the processed varieties that we’ve all become far too fond and familiar with these days. Time and space has also been against us, I’m afraid to say, so here, once more, we are challenged. But never mind, I am quite sure that I’ll be given another opportunity to provide you with a fresh batch of interesting nutritional tidbits and news that you and your loving dog could use. Read more

DOBERMAN HEALTH

Doberman dog, beautiful pet

Read more...

I was using the analogy of the necessary and, at least, annual visit to the GP to introduce the importance of exercise for Doberman dogs in an earlier post. I was wondering just how much I would need to emphasise this in this current post which is going to be highlighting some critical criterion to help you ensure that the Doberman, as pet or professionally employed watchdog, remains in optimal health. I can’t remember what we were chatting about, but in another post I mentioned that the Doberman’s genetically-influenced life is a shorter one than most other dog species on average. Read more

IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE

importance-of-exercise

Read more...

How many times in your life have you paid a visit to your local GP for your annual check-up? If you have already had a long and industrious life, you may be living, breathing, and eating quite well today. You are more than likely quite fit too, and this is down mostly to the fact that you also keep your body clock tuned with its necessary and regular exercise. Those of you who barely give the GP a thought may be living on borrowed time. Sooner or later, your sedentary and poor lifestyle habits may catch up with you. Read more