She's old enough, about a 1 1/2 years. Whatever I do right now, I just have to time it during the right time of day because I don't want her to get overheated.
Morning exercise is always best for that then. Though I don't know your daily routine, if you can adapt it to getting up earlier to "work out" with her in the morning. Morning work outs are always better on human and dog bodies over all.
Walking uphill will also build up muscle tone in the front but do be careful not to over muscle her. A 'loaded' front is not attractive.
Very true, to add to that, Nemo if you have a hilly area that you could walk/jog/run/bike with her this could balance her out. Her I have areas that have slight inclines that helped me and my boy to build up to the biking with the hills. I personally cannot jog/run due to shoulder & bike injury that is why we bike.
And you can always use a treadmill, if you have one…. dogs work well on the human kind...
Swimming is good too.... and no, I am not kidding....
But good substained excerise is the best
Agreed that treadmills are a good source of work out for a dog you can adjust a incline for them; and since they are inside it can do it at anytime.
Swimming is wonderful too, if you can find a hydrotherapy for dogs place near you they have dog pools that you can get in the pool with your dog. Many say that basenjis don't like water, but they will adapt if given positive experiences and often if the owners do the events with them.