If you’re determined to keep up with your New Year resolution this year, but aren’t sure how your puppy can fit into the routine, check out the tips below and you’ll be on the right track.
- The first step is to set a routine for yourself and set goals that aren’t out of reach. Your puppy will have no problem getting up early in the morning or finding the energy to play later on in the day, so it’s best to find what works best with your lifestyle. Beabull puppies love to use their energy and keep you active with them, so use them as support and it’ll be easier than doing it with yourself.
- Next, decide on which time of the day is best for you. In today’s world we are all busy will a million things to do and not enough time in the day, so by setting a time it will keep you on track towards your goals. Working out in the morning will start your day off on the right foot and will give you energy and help you charge through your day. Puppies also benefit from exercise early in the morning, especially if you are gone at work because they will burn off a lot of energy and will be rested while you are at work. This is also a good idea if your Beabull puppy seems to have separation anxiety because it will keep them relaxed while you are gone.
- Figuring out an exercise routine may seem confusing and you may feel out of your element, but making goals and developing what works for you is all about being fit. If running works for you, then taking your puppy on runs and walks is for you. If playing fetch in a park and running around chasing balls and Frisbees is more up your ally, your puppy won’t complain. Remember, working out with your puppy is all about staying/getting fit and spending quality time with them. As long as you give it your all, it’ll be worth it.
- Staying fit is also important for a puppy because it gives them a strong foundation and sets the pace for the rest of their life. Beabull puppies are naturally fit and tone, so keeping them strong and energized will help them feel more comfortable and confident with you as their leader. Keeping all these tips in mind will help you reach your goals this year and keep your puppy happy!