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As businesses temporarily close or shift to work from home schedules and local governments encourage social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, more pet owners are finding themselves inside for long periods with their dogs and without the usual access to doggy daycares, dog walking services and more.
But just because you and your dog are social distancing, that doesn’t mean your canine has to lose mobility. Chad Dodd, a veterinarian with over 20 years of experience in the animal health industry and a consultant to Lintbells, has expert advice on how to keep Fido fit and stave off cabin fever while you and your dog are home together.
Check out Dr. Dodd’s advice below on simple ways to keep your pooch mobile during your coronavirus self-quartine.
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