New Years Resolutions may be for the dog mom and dog dad, but your dog wants to fulfill their 2023 bucket list. And yes, you can come along for all the fun and games, too! Here are the Top 10 bucket list activities your dog wants in 2023:
Get Your Dog a Dog
If you’re a dog lover, then why not love two dogs? Get your dog a built in brother, sister, bestie for chase, cuddle and walkies! Or if you can’t adopt, how about foster? Fostering helps by making room for other pups in the rescue and your foster dog gets to experience home life. #winwin
Is your dog the cutest, funniest, sweetest creature on the planet? Then let the world see their antics and start them their own Instagram account so the world can revel in your bestest dog in the universe.
Take a Hike
Nothing like breathing in the great outdoors with your four-legged friend. Whether you hike or even camp with your dog, nature is the ultimate playground for Fido.
Many dogs (not you Fifi) actually love getting wet. Whether you are splashing through puddles, running through the sprinkler or swimming in the ocean, dogs are here for it. If you do take the plunge, make sure your pup has the proper safe swim gear.
Pupsicles, Pupcakes and Puppuccinos. Get in the kitchen and whip up a batch of homemade treats. Bonus is they are dog and human friendly, then both of you can enjoy the sweet treats together.
Many sporting events, especially baseball will often have a “dog days of summer” event. That means that you and your dog can sit together and watch your favorite team. And did we mention there will be BALLS involved? Check out this list of dog-friendly major league teams!
Old Dog New Tricks
Whether your dog is a senior citizen or a bouncing ball of fur, they are never too young or old to learn a new trick. Training your dog is a time for bonding. Your dog will love the quality time spent together, especially if there are treats involved!
Dining Al Fresco
Many restaurants have heard our plea. Please make your establishment pet friendly. Take your doggo to a pet friendly restaurant. Bonus points if they have a special 3-course dog menu!
Dog is your zen. Spend some time channeling your body, heart and soul with yoga. Let your pup try some poses too. You might be onto the start of a very interesting exercise session for both of you. Check out how to get started here.
Netflix and Chill
After a long day what is a better bucket list activity then curling up on the couch with your favorite Big Mutt? Here are some favorite movies to watch with your pup.