I let him do his business and then we start running. He generally runs with me for 6 miles but lately stops after a few miles and just stands there.
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He is an American Staffordshire Terrier/Choc. Lab. I've noticed too that he loves the outdoors and my time with him is usually the only time he gets outside and so when he senses we are heading home, he stops. :)
Ah. :) Yes, dogs know when you're turning for home. Do keep an eye for the heat, however, and keep having fun with your dog!!!
Just today and yesterday. It has been much cooler this week and I run early in the morning- 6am.
He looked pretty good in those photos you posted on your hub but it is really hard to tell; if you are concerned the best thing would be to take him in for a physical and the vet can listen to the heart and lungs. See how he is doing and post again i
Good call. I didn't think about the stress odor. I do give him water.
He just turned 2. We usually go early in the morning to avoid the heat.