|09-16-2013 02:49 AM|
I spend about 20 minutes on commands in the house, i know this is not much at the moment, but when we walk her on her own i do recalls on the lead, however i will be spending more time one to one training, its difficult to do any agility or go to any classes as i live in Bulgaria and there are no classes as such here plus i would have the language barrier to contend with. I am in the process of asking a friend if she has any info on where i may be able to do some agility.
|09-15-2013 05:12 PM|
sounds like enough to a lot of exercise. how much time are you
spending on training?
|09-15-2013 01:52 PM|
|Castlemaid||Every pup is different and will have different energy levels. That seems like a high energy level for me, but if your pup is happy and does not show signs of fatigue than it is fine.|
|09-15-2013 10:31 AM|
|Nigel||This doesn't sound too different from what we did with Ranger, he is one now. We have two other shepherds so his play time was not as regulated, they played, rested, and back at it again. Ranger was mouthy so keeping him busy helped. We just watched his behavior/cues to know when enough was enough.|
|09-15-2013 03:46 AM|
I have a 4 month old female and i wanted some advice on how much excercise she should have, She has a very high drive so i walk her for about 45 minutes in the morning sometimes with my friends husky, then i allow her to play for about 30 minutes with him in the garden biting and doggy playing, I then play piggy in the middle with my partner with the ball at lunchtime. In between all this i do some commands and play tuggy in the house, Then about 6pm when its cooler i let her play with the husky again for about 30 minutes, is this too much excercise or is it ok? Just a little worried it may be to much or not enough?