Routine Requirements

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Exercise

 

Your Australian Labradoodle needs exercise for their physical health and mental well-being. Each dog has different exercise needs, but Labradoodles generally need an hour of physical activity every day. Good options include running, playing a good game of fetch, taking a long walk, or jogging or biking with your dog.

 

Exercise is paramount for your dog’s health, and is good for the human-dog bond too. If your dog has any pre-existing health issues, discuss your dog’s exercise regimen with your vet. Talk to the vet about what type of physical activity is appropriate at your dog’s age and joint condition. Some exercises can actually harm developing joints.

 

When exercising your dog, remember:

 

If your dog is still growing, do not take him or her for long walks, and definitely do not take him or her with you for a run. Developing joints can be harmed by repetitive motion on hard surfaces.

 

Avoid exercising in extreme heat. If you plan to take water along for you, remember that your dog will need water, too. If your dog seems tired, discontinue what you are doing and allow him or her to rest.

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Annual Vaccinations

 

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Deworming, Flea & Tick Prevention

 

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Training & Socialization

 

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