These are some of the more common types of walks, especially during training. They may be focused on going potty, or doing a regular walk to pick up the mail.
Dogs usually don’t get as much stimulation as they need, and that’s why mentally stimulating walks are so important.
These types of walks are not focused on discipline or obedience. They are focused on running through the waves at the beach, or pouncing through the river, or just enjoying a new place they haven’t walked before.
Training walks are extremely important, but they can get boring for your dog if you don’t switch things up. You may want to improve their leash manners
These types of walks can be difficult for the owner, but they are oh-so-important for pets! Power walks are about building muscle, stretching and getting that excess energy out.
Sniffing walks are some of our most favorite types of walks! This is when you can let your dog lead the way with that powerful sniffer of his.
These types of walks may not be for every dog, especially if they are reactive. Be sure you know the dogs you are walking with and give them all some extra time to play.