I absolutely agree, if she was in pain, I would never force her to walk. My Dad has a 13 yo with hip dysplasia and bad arthritis pretty much everywhere now and on a good day she can go one to two hours still but he lets her decide when to go home and at what pace but she still enjoys walks. He also has some down days when they stay home and just go in the garden so she has plenty of recovery time.Ours too dislikes bad weather. Fortunately we have a covered patio, so there is someplace she can go outside, to do what she needs to, but its brief, at best. As she has aged, I pretty much let her decide how much of a walk she is up to each day. Some days, its a good mile, sometimes more, other days its only a few doors up or down the street. Ours is very senior (fourteen years) so I don't push her to walk when she does not feel up to it. She has had varying degrees or arthritis, for years, and some days, I know she just didn't and doesn't feel up to a lot of waking. I always take her outside, but there are IMO more important things than pushing her to walk when she is in pain.
Oh does the CBD also help with pain? I thought it was more a relaxing remedy.CBD oil might work better than incense pills. Would doing a healing game for 30 or talking about canine body conditioning [indoors] be on the table?
How would that help the dog?One possible solution to this issue could be to invest in some rain gear or a jacket for yourself, so that you are more comfortable walking in the rain or snow.
You might want to check this user, it sounds like an AI/Chatbot answer, other answers from this user include phrases like "I'm sorry, but as a language model, I'm not able to provide you with professional veterinary advice or guidance on making such a difficult and personal decision".How would that help the dog?
CBD CAN help with pain in many dogs. These were my first posts on the forum, starting at post number 3.Oh does the CBD also help with pain? I thought it was more a relaxing remedy.
Sorry I'm not familiar with the rest, what are healing games and canine body conditioning? 🙂