TRAIL

Rover Runs

Elite athlete and vet-in-training NICOLETTE GRIFFIOEN explains how.

As lovers of the outdoors and wildlife, it’s only natural that most trail runners also have a soft spot for dogs…

In the previous issue, we covered the physical attributes that suit running, how and when to start running with Rover, special gear you may need, and the challenges of running with your dog in winter.

There is still loads to cover! Take note to ensure a happy, safe running relationship with your four-legged friend.

AVOIDING INJURY

It goes without saying that hydration, nutrition, and rest are top priority for every athlete. The same applies to your canine athlete. Try to have water available

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