My favourite winter activity is baking in the kitchen on a cold day. Since our dogs can't lick the brownie batter spoon, making them dog-safe treats is better.
Attempting to stay off the couch for a few months? Good! You and your dog benefit from movement, so bundle up. Try a new outdoor activity together this year.
Scent-train your dog's incredible nose. Nose work is easier to try than sports that require equipment.
Snowplay brings back childhood memories. Snow play with your dog! They're racing around to see this fantastic white material, and they'd have more fun with you.
In the chilly Midwest winters, my family became puzzle addicts. It's more mentally stimulating than binge-watching Netflix, and placing the last piece feels great. Unmatched.
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Craft on cold days when you don't want to bundle up. You can construct this DIY dog toy in three steps with items you probably already have.
Dog boots are useful in hot and cold climes, even though our dogs despise them. These protect dogs against ice melt and frostbite in winter.
Indoor agility courses are great for snowy yards. Agility training is fun to watch, stimulates your dog mentally and physically, and strengthens your bond.
You deserve a sofa hug while watching your favourite programme after all that outdoor fun and inside training.