Is it dangerous to take your dog jogging or, on the contrary, is it recommended to go for a run with your dog? In fact, the answer to this seemingly simple question depends on several factors.
A question of race and morphology
Contrary to popular belief, not all dog breeds are cut out for running long distances and not all dogs are able to accompany their owner on their jogging session.
In reality, the ability of dogs to run long distances is largely related to their morphological characteristics and what their breed was originally developed for.
For example, Huskies have the ability to run long as their breed was specifically developed for their endurance and ability to pull sleds over long distances. Australian Shepherds or White Swiss Shepherds can also follow their master on their jogs as they have been specifically bred to spend long days in the fields herding and herding herds.