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Dog Running Tips by Jeff Lutton


4 Start slow 4 Run warm-up laps 4 Take breaks 4 Always carry water 4 Keep nails trimmed


Eleonora A. Bowers, M.S., L.Ac. Licensed Acupuncturist & Herbalist


(201) 298-3112 • ProAcuHealth.com


150 Flanagan Way • Secaucus, NJ 07094 (Located inside the Kipnis PT Center)


n Avoid running on hot pavement with longhaired or thick-coated dogs. n Shorten mileage for pups under 2 years, as well as older dogs. n Avoid concrete surfaces, which are rough on paw pads. n Stay away from winter road salt; it can cut and further damage paws. n Watch for hip or knee problems; if a dog lags behind, it’s time to stop.


Jeff Lutton, of Dogtopia, conducts a running club for people and their pets in Alexandria, VA.


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