If your dog shows signs of fatigue, respect their need to slow down or take a break. This is especially important if you run with your dog on a leash instead of running free. As a matter of fact, you are more likely to push your dog to the limit if they are on a leash than when they run freely. If you can have access to an area where you can let your dog run free, they will be able to run at their own pace, take breaks, and sniff around.
By applying these simple guidelines you can share your love of running with your dog. Keep in mind that, just like you, your dog needs a day off from time to time, and that it is crucial that the activity remains pleasant for everyone.
Enjoy your summer and have a great workout!