The fall season is here, and we encourage pet parents to make the most of it. We are sharing 13 fall activities to do with your dog below to help you enjoy every moment this year!
Explore your local park: One of the best parts of fall is the scenery. With the colorful trees and crisp breeze, there is no better time to take a trip to a local park with your pup to take it all in. Don’t forget your camera!
Jump in a leaf pile: Make the chore of raking leaves more fun by giving them a purpose: a place to crash land into.
Check out a (dog-friendly) pumpkin patch: Nothing gets you into the fall spirit quite like a classic pumpkin patch. Your dog will have a blast being out and about by your side.
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Enjoy warm drinks: Seasonal and warm drinks can help to warm you up on a chilly day. Let your dog sip on something with you, like Stella & Chewy’s nutrient-rich bone Broth Toppers.
Go trick or treating: It might just be every dog’s dream to go door to door and receive snacks. Make it a reality by including them in your trick or treating plans – just make sure to keep the human candy out of reach!
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Cuddle: This is an all-year round activity when you’re a pet parent, but something about fall makes it extra cozy. Bring out your softest big blanket and spend some quality comfort time with your companion.
Watch movies: Scary movies are a fall staple, and your dog is the perfect movie watching partner! Grab the remote and don’t forget the snacks.
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Wear sweaters: Both fashionable and functional. Make #SweaterWeather even better this year by including your dog in the trend.
Enjoy a picnic: Bring a blanket, your dog and, of course, the snacks, for an adorable and enjoying picnic. Your dog will love the outing and it will definitely be photo-worthy.
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Visit a fall festival: There are tons of events happening in the fall, regardless of your location. See what’s happening at home in your community or travel a little further to experience something new and lively with your furry best friend.
Watch or play football: It isn’t fall without football, and we’re sure your dog would be thrilled to lounge on the couch during gamedays or even join the action in a live game.
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Decorate: It’s easy to get into the fall spirit when it’s all around you, and decorating can make the season even more festive. Go shopping with your pup for front yard decorations or have them hang out while you carve a pumpkin. Even better if you have an impromptu photoshoot of your dog with the fall décor.
Host a cookout with friends: Three of the greatest things in life are food, good company, and dogs. Combine all 3 and host a cookout with your neighborhood, family or friends and have others invite their own dogs. Don’t forget the Wild Weenies!
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