Dogs are considered senior when they turn 7. At this age, they start to be unable to move as well as they used to. That means their exercise should be less rigorous than before but stay regular to keep their heart, blood circulation and muscles healthy, to avoid putting on the extra weight and must conserve their mobility.
Below we give you a list of 10 Important Exercises (indoor and outdoor) that could be fundamental if you own a senior dog.
Tug-of-war is one of the most common games you probably played with your dog on a regular basis.
It is a good exercise for your dog’s muscles and will keep its teeth strong. If you have an older dog, make sure to use a soft object or a rope to not damage its teeth.