Did you adopt a high energy dog over the holidays? It might be hard to keep up with them sometimes especially if you live in a small space. But trust that over time, your little furry friend and you will find balance in your everyday routine!

I recently adopted a very high energy dog myself – and when I say high energy, I mean zoomies everyday kind of thing. My dog is an aspin so it was natural for him to be out and about, that’s why I made sure to take him out for walks twice a day. I also make sure he has enough energy that’s why I give him Supercoat which not only maintains his nice fur but it also gives him the right nutrition for his everyday needs!

When it came to training times, I’ll admit, we had some difficulty finding the right treat he’d like so much that he’d listen. Eventually, we landed on Beggin’ which he is totally obsessed with now. Once he hears me shaking that Beggin’ treats bag he automatically sits because he knows that’s one easy way to get him a bite! Haha! Having a good treat can really help you train your pup simple obedience exercises like sit, stay, and wait. While these may seem like really simple tasks for you dog, they can be really helpful when you start letting them around other dogs and people.

At the end of the day, a high energy dog is not the easiest in terms of having to keep up with them – but rewarding nonetheless! My dog is 8 months old now, and it’s been bumpy, to say the least, and that’s okay. As long as your doggo is properly nourished and gets the right amount of exercise, then you’re looking at one happy dog!