Living Your Best Life Helps Your Pet Live Theirs

Family and dog watching the ocean from the jettyLife can get pretty hectic, and you find yourself getting pulled in several different directions. Before you know it, you forget to take care of yourself as you focus on helping everyone around you. But forgetting to take care of yourself affects more than just you.

Making sure you take the time to take care of yourself can help you live your best life. Then by living your best life, you can also help your pup live theirs. Try these tips to help you and your pup live your best lives together.

Exercise Together

Both you and your pup need regular exercise. Going for regular walks with your pup is great, but not enough. Try to include regular sessions where you get both you and your pup’s heart pumping.

Regular cardio will help you and your four-legged friend maintain a healthy weight, improve sleep quality, and maintain bone density. It’ll also help you improve your mood and give you relief from depression and anxiety. Your dog can sense your emotions and feelings, so practicing self-care will help them live a more positive life.

So grab your leash and head out for some exercise together.

Show Your Love

Everyone wants to know they’re loved and appreciated. So show your pup that you love and care about them in the way they want. Some dogs like their ears scratched, others want a squeeze, while others want to snuggle up next to you. Your dog loves you unconditionally, and loving on them can lower your blood pressure while releasing your relaxation hormones.

Giving your pup a scratch can soothe an anxious or upset canine. Try giving them a rub on the shoulders, chest, or base of the tail. Pay attention to what your pup loves and where they enjoy a scratch.

Playtime Is Important

You enjoy taking time to have fun and do your favorite hobbies. For you, this time is not the same as exercise. This is the same for your pup. Having playtime together builds your bond, establishes boundaries, and develops communication skills.

Having playtime gives you a chance to have some fun, be silly, and laugh. Your pup will enjoy the levity and the opportunity to have some fun with you.

Take Time to Chill

To balance the exercise and playtime, you need some downtime. This could be watching your favorite movie, taking a nap, or meditating. If you have a dog that wants to be a part of the action, then this chill time is important.

It gives your pup a chance to rest and recharge. An overly tired pup is just like us, cranky. This can result in them showing signs of aggression.

Eat right

You can’t keep up in life if you aren’t giving yourself the right fuel. Eating right will ensure your body has the nutrients it needs to keep you going. You’ll also have the energy to keep up with your pup. Valuing a healthy diet will spread to your pup’s nutrition. Pay attention to your pup’s diet too, and make sure their food is giving them the nutrition they need.

It’s also important to drink plenty of water. So when you head out of the door and grab your bottle of water, don’t forget to also grab your eco-friendly disposable dog bowl. Now both of you can stay hydrated.

Start Living Your Best Life

By taking care of yourself, you can help you and your four-legged friend live your best lives. Regular exercise, eating right, doing the things you love, and taking time for mental care are all important for you, and the same goes for your dog.

The best part about living your best life is that it helps you two develop a stronger bond.

Stock up on your supplies, so you have everything you and your pup need to live your best lives.

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