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5 Tips for Running and Hiking with your Dog in the Heat
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Coach Helder Gomes gives us 5 tips to use when running or hiking with your dog in the heat.

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Posted 7/13/2013 7:15:09 AM
If your dog is trained to pull when they have a harness on, like mine who pulls my wheelchair, or other job with a harness, you could train them to run with a different type and color (dogs are not color blind). Use that harness ONLY for runs, so they know to act a certain way when it's on. If you don't have access to grass, you can use something like Musher's Secret Wax to protect your dog's paws. YES you can, and should, teach your dog to drink water on command. This is essential training for working dogs, and your dog can do it too. Set the water bowl down (point at it if you have to), and say "water" (or whatever command word you want). As soon as the dog starts to drink, say, "good boy/girl!!!!!!!" Give them a small treat. Phase out the treat gradually, but not the praise. This training could save your dog's life. One of the best places to cool your dog down is the chest/arm pit area. Many pet supply and working dog stores/websites sell cooling chest pads that your dog can wea

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