Fun Ways You and Your Dog Can Have a Blast
Enjoying fun activities with your dog not only strengthens your bond of togetherness but also is a great way to add physical and mental stimulation to your pup’s life, which promotes overall good health, of course. Our boy, Jackson loves a car ride, even if we’re not going anywhere. Whether you have a new puppy or old faithful by your side there are plenty of ways to express yourself and have FUN with your dog!
Create a social media fan page. Are you and your pup ready to be internet sensations? Creating a TikTok or Instagram page with your dog is one of the most enjoyable ways to show off just how incredible your bond is. Not into managing a budding social media star? Share a photo of your dog every week on your own social media profile. Pose your pooch at the local spot in your town with a little character, and you’re bound to get all the Instagram likes.
Sign up for a subscription box for you both. Treat yourself and your canine companion to a monthly goodie box! Snag a treat subscription box for your dog and a fun one for yourself. Pro Tip: If you’re getting separate boxes for each of you, schedule them for delivery on the same day each month so you can share your surprises together!
Netflix and nap. Rainy days don’t mean you can’t have fun with your dog! All you need is the comfiest spot on the couch, a canine-friendly flick like Dog starring Channing Tatum and a few hours to nap the afternoon away.
Grab a puppuccino. This off-the-menu item is a bit cheesy, but chances are your dog will love it. As long as your dog is dairy-tolerant, you’ll have a coffee companion for life.
Plan a pet party. How long has it been since you’ve been together with all of your dog-loving friends? Plan a party for both people and pooches. Have everyone bring a present and swap so each pup gets something new to play with. Good Dog! Treat Truck would be happy to cater with gourmet, limited-ingredient treats. If you can’t shop one of our pop-ups, please reach out to us via Instagram/Facebook DM or email at email@example.com.
Book a photoshoot with a professional pet photographer. Smartphone pics are great, but nothing catches the sparkle and soul and in your dog’s eyes like an experienced pet photographer. Plus, you can turn it into an art canvas that’s a focal point in your home, making you smile every time you see it.
Cook a dinner for two…or three, four or more if you have a whole pack of pooches. You can find many plates you and your pup can share in the recipe book, Cooking for Two: Your Dog & You!, available on Amazon.