Dogs: 1. Daily Walks
While walks may be a common form of activity, it is an effective exercise for your pet. The walks will allow them to spend some much needed time outdoors, as well as to release any excess energy. In addition to health benefits, going on walks also reduces feelings of loneliness in your pup, improves its socialisation skills and most importantly, strengthens the bond between you.2. Playing Fetch
Looking to take your daily exercise routine up a notch? Try incorporate playing a game of fetch! You can choose to play it while out on walks or in the comfort of your home if there is sufficient space. Playing fetch is a great way for your pup to burn off calories while having fun! Chances are, you’ll tire out before your pup does.3. Cycling
Cycling is a great way for both the you and your furry companion to have fun while exercising. There are various benefits to this exercise, one of them being its effectiveness. Larger dogs for instance, will require more than the daily walks and cycling is a great way to clock in the required amount of exercise! Before riding off with your canine, ensure that the both of you are comfortable and familiar with this routine.Cats: 1. Play Exercise
Playtime can also double as an exercise for felines. However, it is only applicable to activities that require your cat to move as much as possible. Opt for toys like cat wands, mice toys or feathers that are found in Singapore pet shops, to encourage more interaction and interest from your feline. The inclusion of these toys will require your cat to continuously pounce, jump and run, allowing it to stay active, fit and healthy.2. Invest In A Catwheel
A cat wheel may not be as commonly known but this exercise equipment is great for keeping your feline active. If your kitty is not one for the outdoors, this wheel will ensure your cat clocks in as much exercise as it would get from a trip outdoors. Running on the wheel also improves your cat’s joint flexibility as well as increases your feline’s metabolism, strength and muscle movements.3. Cat Laser Tag
While no guns are involved, cats tend to chase after lasers to satisfy their hunting instincts – which makes lasers a great tool to encourage your feline to exercise. Additionally, it is said that lasers also provide mental stimulation for Kitty because its speed mimics that of a prey. If you’re manually handling the laser, be sure to move the red dot quickly to ensure your cat stays intrigued and involved in the game long enough for an effective workout.