|Title:||Walk Your Pet Month Challenge|
|Date:||12/30/2021 - 1/31/2022|
|Contact Info:||Legend Acres
|Details:||January is Walk your Pet Month!!! Start your new year out right!!|
Now more than ever, fitness is important for both dogs and people. The most commonly recommended exercise to improve fitness is walking. Walking is considered a safe activity that improves muscular strength, circulation, memory, weight loss, increases energy, helps with sleep, and reduces stress. The American Heart Association recommends walking a minimum of 150 minutes per week. Participation in the AKC FIT DOG program will bring health benefits to both you and your dog.
If you walk with your dog on a regular basis, join the ranks of AKC FIT DOG and get your free (5-3/4 inches) FIT DOG logo car magnet.
The AKC FIT DOG magnet proudly declares to the world that you are committed to your dog’s health and fitness through regular exercise.
You can order your free magnet when you and your dog have met one of these fitness goals:
Walked at least 30 minutes 5 times per week for a total of at least 150 minutes per week for at least 3 months. For dogs and people in good shape.
Walked at least 15 minutes per session at least 10 times per week (e.g., two 15-min walks per day) for at least 3 months. For dogs or people who would benefit from a walk that is a shorter duration, e.g., senior dogs.
How to Get Your Magnet
Complete your walks. Keep a record so you will know when you’ve met your goal.
Complete the Magnet Order Form https://zurl.co/AcEU
It’s that simple! AKC will send your magnet.
Once you have received your magnet post a picture of you and your dog with your magnet in this event for a chance to win a free dog training accessory kit from Legend Acres and join our Active Lifestyle Group at https://zurl.co/CR8k and invite 5 friends to join the event and click going in the event to be eligible for the Legend Acres Training Accessory kit prize pack!!!!!
If you are already taking your dog on regular walks, you may count those. Remember that before starting an exercise program for your dog, it is a good idea to consult with your veterinarian.
|Sponsored By:||Legend Acres|
|Submitted by:||Kristi May||