if you want to find a big, energetic and in a good mood exercise partner, then find a four legged friend. " "Most dogs can run with you," said sherry Leibowitz, principal and head coach of sherry dog school in freehold, New Jersey. But, like humans, you need to train them properly to strengthen their muscles and endurance. " While nosed breeds (such as Boston Terrier, pug, and French Bulldog) should avoid strenuous exercise due to breathing difficulties and overheating, most other breeds like running - although some do better on some terrain than others. Whether you're looking for a long-distance running partner, a cross-country running partner, or a fast-paced sprinter to speed up, here are 15 dogs that meet the requirements. Points: iStock / creativedream
first place: long distance dogs run several miles with two hands every day. These dogs have physique, speed and endurance to run the whole distance with you. Make sure to bring enough water to your dog and a small water pan that he can drink. The bottom of the two liter plastic bottle is working at a critical juncture.
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1. German Shepherds were originally raised for herding. They were born to run. German shepherds have strong legs and muscular physique, can keep a fast pace, and have enough patience. Born lively, they can always exercise, although their thick coats make them more suitable for running in cold weather. Their strides are stretched, smooth and rhythmic, and they can easily cover many surfaces, making them a good partner for running 10 miles or more. Also consider: Doberman. These protectors are elegant, strong and muscular. Their bodies are suitable for hiking and they are partners of adventure.
related: learn more about German Shepherds from the American Kennel Club.
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2. Every year hundreds of huskies race 1131 miles on the most rugged terrain in Alaska, so you can be sure that they can run all the way around your suburbs. Obviously, these guys do well in cold environments, but domesticated animals do well in milder climates (though make sure they stay hydrated and rested). Perhaps the best part about Husky is that when your human running partner calls, you will always be accompanied by someone to spend those miserable, snowy winters. Or consider: the Malamutes. Similar to husky in shape and body shape, these thick haired beauties are also suitable for cold running. In fact, if they don't exercise enough, they can become grumpy and destructive.
related: learn more about Siberian Husky from the American Kennel Club.
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Australian Shepherd Dog
another dog with only grazing pedigree, Australian Shepherd dog is light and agile, and its gait makes running look easy and comfortable. It takes two to three hours of exercise every day, and when you drag your heels, they pull you out for a run. Another advantage: these good Shepherds are human dogs, loyal to their owners, and one of the easiest to train. Consider also: Shetland shepherds. These beautiful little girls run fast and like to walk around in the open space.
related: learn more about Australian shepherds from the American Kennel Club.
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4. Golden Retriever is one of the most obedient breed of dogs. The goal of golden retriever is to please and be willing to fight with you in running, rather than chasing anything moving - a good feature if your route is full of people, cars or squirrels. Their strong legs enable them to keep up with the pace, and they have long-distance running endurance. The bonus: these puppies are so cute that they can put a smile on your face, even if you're in the last few difficult miles. Consider also: Labrador. This popular "design dog" - a mixture of lab and standard poodle - is a friendly breed. A Labrador dog in Maryland reportedly ran most of the Half Marathon after tracking runners from his home.
related: learn more about golden retrievers in the American Kennel Club.
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5. Rhodesian right back whales originally came from South Africa, where they were bred to hunt lions by chasing and roaring until hunters could shoot them. Their long, efficient strides and short, smooth fur make them better able to cope with high temperatures than most varieties (although temperatures above 85 degrees should be avoided). Although they have rugged ancestors on their backs, they have sweetness that matches their strength and embrace the sofa as happily as they run. In addition, they are light sheds that require minimal brushing. Or consider: katahulas. These dogs are close to the back and are known for their intelligence and high energy levels.
related: learn more about Rhodesia's spine from the American Kennel Club.
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6. The German Terrier looks like a runner: streamlined body, strong limbs, and about the same percentage of body fat as a good marathon runner. And they have enough stamina. The fun of the pointer is to exercise for at least an hour every day. If you need a consistent running partner to help you sweat, that's your breed. Like the spine, the pointer is not affected by heat. Their distinctive short spotted coat makes them cooler than their long haired counterparts. Consider also: the Dalmatians. Although there are similar spots, the Dalmatians have nothing to do with the pointer. But they are athletic and have the same endurance to record a lot of miles.
related: learn more about the American Kennel Club's German Short pitcher.
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for cross-country runners: cross-country dogs
If cross-country trails are where you like to record mileage, then these dogs are perfect partners. However, if they haven't been trained to ignore wildlife, tie them to a belt - unless you want to speed up every time they find animals on the road.
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7. The poodle is "a long legged, smooth, vibrant animal," said Cathy alinovi, a veterinarian at the pine village health pet store in Indiana. These grey beauties were originally bred in Germany to hunt deer, bears and other prey. Their vital capacity is very large and they are very suitable for outdoor and cross-country running. They also like long-distance running. In fact, this kind of dog is not suitable to be kept in an apartment - they must go out often or they will fidget. They will chew your favorite pair of shoes. How is this motivated? Consider also: Belgian shepherd. These dogs are fast, adaptable and outstanding during World War II, ranging from passing information to drawing machine guns.
related: learn more about Weimar hounds at the American Kennel Club.
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these well-proportioned dogs are of Hungarian origin and are raised as hunters and bird hounds. They have enough speed and flexibility to adapt to any terrain. Vizsla is very good at navigating rocks, roots and other obstacles that may be found along the way. Some vizslas can even jump over a six foot fence. This breed requires a lot of vigorous exercise, so be prepared to run longer than you. Also consider: German line wool pointer. Their versatility and impressive athleticism make pointers popular with runners.
related: learn more about Vizsla from the American Kennel Club.
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9. Originally known as the Brittany hound, this long legged Hound is now simply known as the Brittany hound. It has been developed to point and retrieve prey on different types of terrain, so that they are strong and solid enough to cope with uneven curves or narrow dirt roads. Ruggedness is a characteristic of these dogs, which require daily exercise (at least an hour a day). According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), the dog's loose skin "rolls with brambles and sticks," so they are less likely to be stabbed and scratched by bushes. Consider also: springer spaniel. This is the largest breed of hound in the family. It's a hunter in the heart, but it likes to be funny and curious. Its long and medium outer hair combined with thick inner hair can resist thorns and bad weather.
related: learn more about Brittany from the American Kennel Club.
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10. Border Collies are considered by AKC to be the best shepherds in the world. These dogs are good at changing speed and direction for a penny. As working dogs, they actually need to challenge every day to keep them happy. They will do well on the trail, but their shepherd pedigree makes them very suitable for running on the open land, so the long beach coastline will really keep them calm and satisfied. They also like to swim in the sea after sports. Consider also: the English shepherd. Working dogs are the offspring of Border Collies. They are also raised as social animals with unlimited energy reserves.
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for fast runners: here are some agile Fidos.
in shorter, faster runs, these sprinters will help you speed up. If you're running on the sidewalk, remember that the sun in summer will hit the road and burn the dog's paws. If you can't walk barefoot on the tarmac, neither can she. It may also take a few weeks for your dog's paws to toughen to the sidewalk, so start building slowly (great advice for people and dogs). If you find any signs of damage to her floor mats, make sure she checks them.
correlation: 17 demonstrates the motivation for running. Labrador retrievers, as the name implies, like searching in the laboratory. They were originally bred to catch wayward nets for fishermen in Newfoundland. So, while they may not be the best, say, marathon training runs, they are great to help you push your pace. That's not to say they can't be trained to keep a distance from you here and there. They can hunt all day long under almost any conditions to develop endurance. Also consider: Standard Poodle. Another big running dog, these guys will be happy to go on a quick hike or some slow, long-distance effort with you.
related: for more information about Labrador dogs, visit the American Kennel Club.
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12. Jack Russell may be small, but Jack Russell can hit those strong calves hard. In general, medium-sized dogs are best for running, but Jack Russell is the exception, "said Melissa bassela, an animal behaviorist and founder of the rescue group poopie foundation in Studio City, California. These hounds require more activity than most smaller breeds. But it should be noted that they may be aggressive against other dogs and require a lot of attention, training and patience from their owners. So you should be willing to put up with their grumpy nature. Think about it: whippets. Mini English Greyhound, these guys can clock up to 35 mph, are amazing sprinters, no other breed can compare.
related: learn more about Russell hounds from the American Kennel Club.
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13. American Staffordshire hound. be fearless. Smart. Staffordshire Terrier is all of thisThings, and one more: come on. Strong and elegant, "amstaff" is best for running under 6 miles, but it can turn on the speed to make them run at the perfect pace. In addition, they're more focused and less likely than other breeds to catch birds when you're running seven minute miles. Consider also: American Bulldog. The bulldog, which is closely related to amstaff, has the same athletic ability and agile pace.
related: learn more about Staffordshire hounds from the American Kennel Club.
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14. This long legged Terrier has a noble background. In the first World War, airedales served as a guard and messenger dog, and was the first to receive police training in Germany and the UK. Nowadays, they are very popular as pets, which is natural. Enthusiastic, funny, a bit naughty. The eledadans like running. Their silk coats keep them cool in the hot weather. Keep your distance within 10 kilometers so the dogs don't run around. Also consider: Fox Terrier. Slim, short hair, better in warm weather.
related: learn more about alderdale hounds from the American dog club.
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15. Chesapeake Bay hounds breed on the Chesapeake Bay coast. These dogs are comfortable by the water and feel comfortable running alongside you on the beach - although you may need to run a few laps to train them to be with you. Playful, happy and affectionate, Ceci is a great family dog. And because their maintenance costs are very low (their smooth coat needs to be brushed once a week, but the number of baths is very small), so you don't have to clean the dog... Once again. Also consider: Irish setter. These gorgeous red haired dogs are excited to get close to life, like swimming, just like running. They are comfortable on all kinds of terrain.
related: for more information about Chesapeake Bay hounds, please consult the American Kennel Club.
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want to compete with your four legged friend?
if you and your dog are competitive, these dog races allow you and your dog to test your speed: all star dog run (10km and 5km), allstardogrun.com, Santa Cruz, California; mill city SUV run (5km) in Adorno Wan, Minneapolis, Minnesota, millcitysudsrun.com; better days animal alliance peace 4 Claw (5km), shipensburg, PA, betterdaysanimalleague.org; houndsandharriers.com (3 miles), South Orange, NJ; Naples (5km), Naples, FL, runforthepages.wordpress.com.
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What do you think? Do you have a dog (or more than one)? What kind? Have you ever had a dog on this list? What kind of running mate do you think they are? Do you think you will consider the next dog breed? Do we miss other varieties? Have you ever run a race with your dog? Is this one of the previous slides or another game? Share your thoughts, stories and suggestions in the comments section below!
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