Review of Classic Trotter
For all of you dog owners out there who have owned a dog for more than a month, I’m sure you've come to realize the importance of prioritizing regular exercise for your canine companion. It is easy to notice the temperamental differences that arise in a dog that lacks exercise.
In the event that you want to keep your dog indoors, regular exercise will greatly decrease the energy expended in your home. Exercise will lead to good health and a happy dog.
For many of you, finding time to adequately exercise your dog may be hard to come by. A large portion of you may not have time to take your dogs out. Another large portion of you may not have good place to let your dogs roam freely.
If you are a dog owner looking to get some exercise for your dog, look no further. The Classic Trotter has been designed to be a safe and effective way of exercising your dog with little to no interaction from you as the owner.
The Classic Trotter is the basic design of this company’s basic slat mill model. The design works much like that of a treadmill. The frame is very sturdy and durable, as it’s built with a 1.5” x 3” anodized frame. To put that in perspective, this is the same material that a lot of ceramic pots and pans are built with.
On this sturdy frame are two sets of 10.5” roller discs. These durable discs are used as rotating devices for the composite slat belt that will rest under your dog’s feet.
While the Classic Trotter may be heavy, strong, and durable, mobility is also a large concern of the manufacturers. On one end of this product are two very strong and sturdy legs.
On the other end are two strategically placed wheels that will allow its owner to move the Trotter swiftly from location to location. Another of the great features of this product is that it has also been designed to produce minimal amounts of noise.
On the top of the device is a safe and effective tethering system. This is what you will connect to your dog’s collar. The device is extremely easy to use, and if you choose to order the Classic Trotter, it will come fully assembled and ready to go.
In just a short while, you will notice the difference that giving your dog regular exercise will make. If your dog won’t stop barking or running all over your house creating chaos, this is possibly due to a lack of exercise.
If you have two dogs that won’t stop fighting, this may also be from a lack of exercise. Along with the personal benefits that you will receive from providing your dog with regular exercise, it will also promote a happy pup with a long life.
For those of you who are seeking to find a way to provide your dog with exercise, but for whatever reason you can’t quite figure out how to make that work, the Classic Trotter is right for you. Make sure you don’t pass up this opportunity to finally figure out how your dog can get the exercise he needs.