Exercise Guidelines for Puppies These are our best recommendations based on the available studies and our 32 years of experience with Bull Terriers. Best practices for different breeds may not be the same. I am not a veterinarian and this is not intended as veterinary advice. You should always consult your breeder and veterinarian about the best exercise program for your puppy. There will be a differences in recommendations based on your dog’s breed. Giant breed puppies’ growth plates tend to close later and small breed puppies' growth plates close earlier. There are also breed-specific orthopedic concerns which are not addressed here. If your puppy was neutered before 18 months old he will have some delay in growth plate closure, so you should adopt more conservative guidelines. For any dog that you wish to enroll in a strenuous performance career, we highly recommend doing x-rays to confirm growth plate closure before proceeding with any intense training. All content © 2015 Puppy Culture

 

Exercise Guidelines for Puppies These are our best recommendations based on the available studies and our 32 years of experience with Bull Terriers. Best practices for different breeds may not be the same. I am not a veterinarian and this is not intended as veterinary advice. You should always consult your breeder and veterinarian about the best exercise program for your puppy. There will be a differences in recommendations based on your dog’s breed. Giant breed puppies’ growth plates tend to close later and small breed puppies' growth plates close earlier. There are also breed-specific orthopedic concerns which are not addressed here. If your puppy was neutered before 18 months old he will have some delay in growth plate closure, so you should adopt more conservative guidelines. For any dog that you wish to enroll in a strenuous performance career, we highly recommend doing x-rays to confirm growth plate closure before proceeding with any intense training. All content © 2015 Puppy Culture
Exercise Guidelines for Puppies These are our best recommendations based on the available studies and our 32 years of experience with Bull Terriers. Best practices for different breeds may not be the same. I am not a veterinarian and this is not intended as veterinary advice. You should always consult your breeder and veterinarian about the best exercise program for your puppy. There will be a differences in recommendations based on your dog’s breed. Giant breed puppies’ growth plates tend to close later and small breed puppies' growth plates close earlier. There are also breed-specific orthopedic concerns which are not addressed here. If your puppy was neutered before 18 months old he will have some delay in growth plate closure, so you should adopt more conservative guidelines. For any dog that you wish to enroll in a strenuous performance career, we highly recommend doing x-rays to confirm growth plate closure before proceeding with any intense training. All content © 2015 Puppy Culture
Exercise Guidelines for Puppies These are our best recommendations based on the available studies and our 32 years of experience with Bull Terriers. Best practices for different breeds may not be the same. I am not a veterinarian and this is not intended as veterinary advice. You should always consult your breeder and veterinarian about the best exercise program for your puppy. There will be a differences in recommendations based on your dog’s breed. Giant breed puppies’ growth plates tend to close later and small breed puppies' growth plates close earlier. There are also breed-specific orthopedic concerns which are not addressed here. If your puppy was neutered before 18 months old he will have some delay in growth plate closure, so you should adopt more conservative guidelines. For any dog that you wish to enroll in a strenuous performance career, we highly recommend doing x-rays to confirm growth plate closure before proceeding with any intense training. All content © 2015 Puppy Culture

Exercise Guidelines for Puppies

 

  • These are our best recommendations based on the available studies and our 32 years of experience with Bull Terriers. Best practices for different breeds may not be the same.

 

  • I am not a veterinarian and this is not intended as veterinary advice. You should always consult your breeder and veterinarian about the best exercise program for your puppy.

 

  • There will be a differences in recommendations based on your dog’s breed. Giant breed puppies’ growth plates tend to close later and small breed puppies' growth plates close earlier.

 

  • There are also breed-specific orthopedic concerns which are not addressed here.

 

  • If your puppy was neutered before 18 months old he will have some delay in growth plate closure, so you should adopt more conservative guidelines.

 

  • For any dog that you wish to enroll in a strenuous performance career, we highly recommend doing x-rays to confirm growth plate closure before proceeding with any intense training.

 

  • All content © 2015 Puppy Culture