Tag Archives: dogs

Dog Bow Ties

I just received an email from Phi Delta Phi (one of the two legal fraternities here at Hulston Hall) regarding optional attire for your dog at the 5k/dog walk this Saturday, and I thought I’d share with all of you. Paws for a second to consider the following: Have you noticed your dog looking a  Continue Reading »

Race Day is Almost Here!

It’s just under a week before the 5k, and I just realized that I haven’t been training.  Are any of you in the same boat?  Luckily, if you’ve at least been doing one run per week, you should have no problem finishing.  If you’re at all worried about running the entire 5k, just remember that the most important  Continue Reading »

Pooch Smooch!

Our first Pooch Smooch event will take place tomorrow from 11-2 in Speaker’s Circle!  We will have a few dogs from Second Chance and possibly some student’s dogs who will be featured in a doggy kissing booth.  The dogs will also be happy to play or be petted too.  So come out and register for  Continue Reading »

Getting Outside with your Dog when it’s Raining

Today’s rain made me think about how difficult it can be to get outside when the weather is bad.  Not only is it difficult to motivate myself to go running in the rain, but I’m sure Fido doesn’t want to do his business out in the downpour either.  Because I’m not a dog owner, I  Continue Reading »

Remember to Hydrate!

Hi everyone!  I hope your training is going well!  The weather is getting nicer, so it’s time to get outside and enjoy it.  Whether you’re walking or running, a little vitamin D can go a long way in motivating you to kick-start your training.  That said, it is important to remember to hydrate.  You and  Continue Reading »

Start Up Saturday: Training with Your Dog

Suddenly, it’s Saturday again. Here’s a little tip if you’re training with your dog: create a routine. Shorter runs and more of them will benefit your dog and your cardiovascular system. Just make sure to be consistent. Actually, your dog will help. When he’s waiting by the door with his tail wagging, it’ll provide added  Continue Reading »

Where are you this Wednesday

Where are you this Wednesday in your training? You should be able to jog for 2.5 miles, or 25 minutes, at a time. Keep up the hard work! Feel free to post comments about your training here. Also, if Fido is training with you, don’t forget to protect his feet. When the pavement gets too  Continue Reading »

Start Up Saturday: Running Puppies

Here’s a little something sweet and simple to start off your Saturday: “Remember the feeling you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.” -Sarah Condor