Get Fit with Fido

Hunt, Alice
December 2008
Guideposts;Dec2008, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p34
The article focuses on the role of dogs as a personal trainer for those who wants to reduce weight. According to a 2006 study of people trying to lose weight, pet owners mere more active than their pooch-less counterparts. It is stated that retrieving a ball is a great cardio workout for a dog the person can jog in place while the dog goes after the ball.


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