Olga writes, and runs, in Toronto. As a dog owner and runner with decades of experience, she has learned over time what works with dog athletes, and what doesn’t. Olga logs 1200 kilometers a year running – and most of this is with her canine partner Jodie, proving that it really is possible to run with your dog almost anywhere, anytime.
Perfect for dog owners who want to provide a happy life for the furry members of their family, 9 to 5 Dog, the new book by Olga Zuberg, is a new view on leaving a dog home alone and promoting fulfilled life from day one.
In perhaps the most important book about dogs home alone, Olga Zuberg reveals an extraordinary treasure thought by dog owners for decades – a way to keep dogs content while left
Are you obsessed with the idea of getting a dog? Do you currently own a dog and ready to get another one? This guide would be useful to anyone who has a 9 to 5 job and wants to get a dog that is compatible with their lifestyle, relaxed enough to stay home alone while also capable of going on hiking adventures when possible.
Should you get a dog or not? Read this guide to find out!
Is it possible to: Give your dog a job, a hobby or simply a way to relax? Get your dog exercised without spending 1 hour in a dog park? Spend more time with them without changing your schedule? Definitely – and much more! This is not just another dog training book… Running for Dogs is the result of hundreds of miles Olga run with her dog, on a quest for a physically and mentally fulfilled canine.