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If you are beginning an exercise program, it doesn’t take long to learn the signs of when you’re becoming fatigued. While pushing through some fatigue can help you become stronger, at other times you simply need a break to rest and rehydrate before you cause an injury.

For your dog, however, figuring out when a walk has gone on long enough is not easy. After all, the dog cannot verbally tell you when it needs a drink of water or when it’s feeling joint pain.

Fortunately, paying attention to certain signs in your dog’s behavior can indicate when a walk has gone on long...