What to Know About Using A Canine Underwater Treadmill?
07
Apr

What to Know About Using A Canine Underwater Treadmill?

 

Getting old is painful, not only for humans, but for your pets too. As dogs age, they may be uncomfortable because they gain weight, have arthritis, lose vision, or more. To treat these problems, many vets suggest dietary changes and routine exercise for your dogs. One of the best exercises to keep your pooch fit and healthy is using an underwater treadmill.

How is a canine underwater treadmill helpful?

Underwater treadmills for dogs are recommended by many veterinary doctors because they relieve all kinds of joint pain. The calm and soothing flow of the water can be increased or decreased manually. Water allows your dog to move without as much effort since water helps their legs float. The buoyancy takes the weight of their torso off the elbows, hips, and ankles making them relax and exercise without any pain.

How much does a canine underwater treadmill cost?

You want your dog to feel comfortable and stay fit, right? Anything that improves its quality of life is worth it. Though this hydrotherapy may cost you a bit more than any other equipment, it promises better results for your dog. H2O For Fitness offers underwater treadmills at very attractive prices.

[ Also Read: Re-build A Dog’s Life. Build Your Underwater Treadmills for Canine ]

Buying your own underwater treadmill for dogs might seem expensive compared to taking your dogs to a clinic, but it can save you money on appointments, at least if the need is short-term. However, a treadmill at home will help you to work with your dog regularly without the hassle of travel.

If you are not planning to buy an underwater treadmill for your dog, then consider taking him/her to a good animal rehab. Do make sure that your dog is clean before going inside as they may charge extra if your dog pees or poops inside the canine underwater treadmill.

 

 

What should you keep in mind before using underwater treadmills?

Before buying your own treadmill, take your dogs to practice the same at an animal rehab. Check with your veterinarian to find the best places where you can take your canine for the therapy. This will help you decide if it is the best therapy for your dog.

As noted, if you are taking your dog to an animal rehab, you will have to take extra care before your pet goes inside. Your dog should be clean before getting into the treadmill. Rinse their paws properly so they do not dirty the water. Make sure they have relieved themselves and have been freshened up within the last couple of hours.

After the exercise your dog might be thirsty due to taste-testing the chlorine. Be sure they’re well hydrated before and after therapy. Don’t stress too much if your pooch pees, it’s not as big of a deal because urine is much easier to clean.

Also, before buying the underwater treadmill for dogs, take recommendations from your vet.

Conclusion
Underwater treadmills have proven to be a boon for many dogs. H2O For Fitness has been helping many pets stay healthy and fit with this underwater therapy.
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