A frightening trip screams Halloween. Bring your pet on pet-friendly haunted tours! You'll be amazed by your neighborhood's ghost stories and urban legends, and your dog will get some fantastic exercise.
Autumn is a great season to take your dog for a gorgeous nature walk. Enjoy autumn's colours, fragrances, and dog exercise while you can. Keep your dog flea- and tick-free and inspect his skin after trekking.
Does your dog love road trips? A farm visit will delight him. Hay rides provide your dog fresh air and exercise. Social dogs love these adventures. Check if the farm allows pets before taking Fido on a hay ride. Keep him leashed and well-behaved.
Many vacation spots are off-season in fall. You and your pup can have a fun dog excursion with lower destination fees and less people. Dog friendly hotels, beaches, paths, and campsites abound. For one last summer taste, select a warmer vacation!
There are numerous ways to incorporate your dog in the excitement of game day! Transport him to the tailgate. Try to master trick plays while playing fetch in the park. Together, from the couch, support your favourite team. Don't forget the food, whatever you do.
Apple picking: A fall tradition. You and your buddies can pick apples in a pet-friendly orchard with your dog. Apples can be used to make dog treats! Be careful to carry waste bags and maintain pet etiquette.
Fall offers great dog selfies! Save photos of your dog playing outside. Make an autumn dog photo scrapbook if you're feeling creative. Share your images on social media! Tag your autumn photos with Nylabone to appear on our pages!
When the temperature outside drops, it's time to start thinking about indoor dog fitness classes. The term "doga" refers to a form of yoga that may be practised with your dog, and it is offered at many gyms. For the sake of your health and fitness, this is a fantastic way to spend the holidays together.
Dogs shouldn't be given alcoholic beverages, but they can still join in on the Oktoberfest festivities. Toss him in the carrier and take him with you to the next outdoor party that allows pets. Better still, throw your own little Oktoberfest party and invite all the canines in the area!
Watch Halloween classics with your pet after exercise. Fearful dogs shouldn't watch scary movies. "The Nightmare Before Christmas," "Hocus Pocus," and "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" are family-friendly Halloween movies. Trick-or-treat-hating dogs should do this too. Holiday movies and chocolates.