5 Funtastic Activities You Can Do This Spring

By ADDW / April 23, 2019

Gone are the boring days indoor. Goodbye winter, Hello Spring! 

Humans are not just the ones who get excited on spring. , Dogs get excited for pretty excited too. That's why we have listed 5 funtastic activities so that you and your fur buddy can celebrate the end of winter.

1. Walk

The warm, sunny weather of spring is perfect for walking. This is good for not only your dog’s health, but also your health. Take your dog on a 10 to 30 minute walk every day and don’t be afraid to increase the pace or discover new routes.

From: ​Pet Paradise Resort​​​

2. Take A Swim

A lot of dogs absolutely love the chance to have some water fun, whether that means hitting the beach, finding a hiking trail near a lake or exploring a nearby river together. Even if there’s a stream, creek or pond somewhere near home, you and Fido can spend a couple hours splashing around and playing fetch in the water. If you’re planning on getting in, though, save this one for the warmer days or pack a towel so you can dry off.

From: ​Pet Finder​​​

3. Go Camping

Spring is a great time to introduce camping to your furry best friend. Find pet-friendly campsites, take plenty of treats and make sure there’s room in the tent for the two of you. The best part? You can camp all the way into fall, giving your dog plenty of time to enjoy the great outdoors. (Tutu optional.)

From: ​She Knows​​​

4. Take A Vacation

Don’t forget to include your pet in the plans. If you are traveling commercially make sure that the transportation is pet-friendly as well as the place where you decide to stay. If you decide to travel by car and camp, it’s a pretty big chance that your dog is going to enjoy both activities.

From: ​Kobi Pets​​​

5. Meet New Friends

Dog parks are very common nowadays, and this is probably one of the easiest ways to spend some quality time with your dog. It is a good chance for both you and your pet to meet new friends or just enjoy the spring breeze alone.

If you allow your dog to hang out with others, be sure to always keep an eye on him, especially if it is a smaller dog because accidents happen from time to time.

From: ​Kobi Pets​​​

Already got an idea? How will you spend time with your dog this spring? 

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