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This is the safest way to ensure that your dog does not get lost nor you losing sight of them. Compared with a traditional harness or leash, a hands-free leash allows you to jog, exercise while also walking your dog.

It’s like you are killing two birds with one stone. Not only are you getting some exercise, but you’re also making your dog very happy.

Hands-free leashes attach to your hip, and you can get the ones with lengths that are your liking.

A flashlight for walking dogs

If you prefer walking your dog early in the morning or during the evening in the dark, then consider getting a flashlight for walking dogs at night.

A flashlight will help you see where you are going and potentially avoid injiry and dangerous situations. If you will be jogging or running with your dog, then a flashlight is definitely something you should.

They don’t necessarily have to be tactical or ultra-expensive, as long as it allows you to see a few yards in front of you, it should be good enough.

Train them to not runoff

Dogs are usually very excited to go out, and because of their excitement, they might run off and get lost. If it’s your first time taking your dog out for a walk, then you need to have a leash and train it to at least get familiar with the surroundings.

There are also many tips and tricks that can help your dog behave. Read here for more: https://theonlinedogtrainer.com/

Plan your route

Walking around nature parks or like hiking? Then you need to know the route you will be taking and how long it is. It does not hurt to let your friends know about where you are going in case you happen to get lost.

Anyways, planning your route and knowing the layout of the path will help you prepare for what to expect and stay safe. Many people get lost camping, hiking, trekking, etc because they did not have the proper tools, poor planning, and carelessness.

Having a GPS, flashlight, basic necessities for the outdoors does not hurt.

Make it a routine

The more you make it a habit, the easier it will be for you and your dog. Your dog and you yourself know what to expect and plus it’s good for your and your dogs’ health to have a routine of going for walks and exercise.

You don’t necessarily have to go only with 1 route, but you many other routes that over time you become used to. Switch it up from time to time to not get bored.