Papillon Diet & Meal Plan

As with humans, getting the proper amount of exercise is foundational for healthy living and one of the best ways to ensure a happy, long life.

Ideally, a combination of exercise, diet, and routine check-ups with the veterinarian is the key to longevity and a happy life.

Papillons are an intelligent, happy, energetic breed and are friendly as well as eager to please. Though small in stature, they require approximately 30 minutes of vigorous activity daily, whether indoor or outdoor activities.

Numerous benefits come with daily exercise, from improved skeletal-muscular systems, enhanced respiratory and cardiovascular health, and improved moods and behaviors. Additional benefits include bone density and development, weight management, digestive health, better-regulated sleep, and play a significant role in the quality of life.

When dogs lack any regular exercise, they are known to exhibit higher cases of anxiety and other behavioral issues. These misbehaviors can show up as aggressive play, digging holes, and general disobedience.

In other words, it’s essential to get regular exercise for your Papillon as it is necessary for physical health and mental wellbeing.

There’s an adage that states, “a tired dog is a happy dog.” Regular exercise will improve its overall health from the body to the mind. As dogs become calmer, they exhibit better behaviors and listening, making them more teachable and disciplined.

Contact your pet’s veterinarian if you have questions about its overall wellbeing and prior to beginning a vigorous activity. Your vet will be able to diagnose any potential issues and eliminate any unknown underlying health issues.

Understand dogs have a range of physical and nutritional needs at various stages of life, and your nutrition and exercise plans should adapt to those changing needs. To find an appropriate exercise routine, factor in your dog’s age, breed, weight, activity level, allergies and wellness goals.



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