Yes, if at all possible it would be best to walk him on dirt but walk him do. Our dog is my biggest motivator.
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Your dog will love the walking, but watcvh his paws underneath at first if he's not used to pavement. Soon he'll MaKE you take him for his walks. My Chloe just has to give me that cute look and out we go! Have fun with it.
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Hi, everybody! My name is Ana aka Nina (from Ana Karenina). I just joined & I've also joined a new gym so I'm super motivated! I have 1 dog, a Lhasa Apso-Bichon Frise mix (Lichon). He will be 7 years old in November. My family & I haven't really been doing a great job walking him. So with my new fitness plan, I'm wanting to include him & try to walk him daily or every other day (weather-permitted). He had a bout of arthritis last winter & was limping really bad & in a lot of pain :( So I gotta be a good mommy now & take care of him well! :) i47.tinypic.com/99gmc9.jpg i47.tinypic.com/2qibq6h.jpg
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