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One way that you can aid in the proper training and socialisation of your Rottweiler is by providing it with several outdoor activities that it can engage in. Why? What is the benefit of doing so? There are numerous benefits of allowing your dog to step outside and get some fresh air and exercise. Before anything else, remember that dogs were originally bred to work. This means that it is in naturally implanted in their genetics for them to move around, work hard, and exercise their muscles. So don’t feel like you are obligating your dog to move, it would be far more cruel not to offer it a chance to do so.
Now that you understand the significant benefits that exercise offers your Rottweiler, here are some outdoor activities that you can try with your pooch:
Fetch — Whether you are using a baseball, a stick of wood, or anything safe for your Rottweiler to have in its mouth, there’s nothing quite like a game of fetch to get those physical juices flowing for your canine. The bigger the stretch of the land that you use, the more fun and exciting, and the more physically beneficial as well.
Walking — If you are leaning towards an outdoor activity that’s got something in it for you as well, then why not simply walk your Rottweiler outside? This will allow the both of you to explore the sights and sounds around you and get some physical exercise in while you’re at it. Half an hour should suffice. Twice a day wouldn’t hurt either. Be sure to use a leash that can adequately keep a hold on your dog for its safety and the safety of everyone around it.
Hiking — This is the quintessential activity for your pet Rottweiler if you feel that you need to up the challenge when it comes to its physical activity level. It will be pushed to the limit and likely enjoy the challenge of climbing farther and climbing higher. Be sure to bring your dog’s water and dish to prevent dehydration, especially if it’s a warm day.
Swimming — If it is warm where you are or if you live by the beach, swimming is a great outdoor activity for your Rottweiler and it will surely enjoy the experience. You can even purchase a vest for your dog if you don’t feel comfortable with the idea. Be sure to bathe your dog thoroughly with its soap and shampoo afterwards.
Sadly, this is a very common problem with the modern day dog. Most pet owners are so busy that they fail to correct the sedentary lifestyle of their dogs. The dogs are spoon fed with food that they don’t have to scavenge or hunt for and they are allowed or even encouraged to lie around the house, unstimulated. This leads to a fat, bored and unhealthy dog. This needs to be avoided in particular with Rottweilers considering that once again, they are a breed that was never intended to be idle or to be kept for mere companionship.