Yesterday marked the first official day of Daylight Savings Time, so now the big question is: what are you going to do with your extra hour of daylight every day?
Sure the first couple of days aren’t the best, as we set our clocks forward and lose a precious hour of sleep. It’s only been a day, but many have taken to the internet with #LeaveOurClocksAlone. Sure it’s a bizarre concept, but one we believe can definitely be appreciated.
Surely we’re all a bit weary of the dark gloomy winter by now and for 8 months we get an extra hour of sunlight! A lot can be done with an extra hour every day.
Real talk, you and your hard working doggo deserve a few Z’s… especially while you adjust to the time change. Today (11 March) is a great day to start since it’s National Napping Day!
You 9-to-5 peeps now have an extra hour to hit the pavement with your best friend. Just think of how excited your dog is everyday when you get home from work… Now imagine how exctied he’ll be when you get home AND take him for a walk!?
Nothing beats a sun drenched patio during happy hour with your best friend. If beer isn’t your thing, your dog isn’t opposed to the coffee shop either. He’s happy to go anywhere with you really.
Not a dating ad, just a fact provided by every dog, ever. It might be too cool for a proper swim, but rolling on anything that smells like the ocean floor is a close second for your best friend.
The extra hour of sunlight also means that a lot of parks are extending their hours. Perfect for you and your pup to hit the trail and enjoy the feeling of spring in the air.
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Spring is in the air, which probably means you’re spending more time outside with your best friend and we don’t blame you.
If you’re looking for something new to try with your pup this spring, you’ve come to the right place! We’re going to share with you 5 canine sports that you and your dog should try and we’ve even got a way for you to try one of them for free.
Many of us find solace on the trail. Peace, solitude… a quiet place to de-stress and spend quality time with ourselves, friends and pets.
It goes without saying that people have mixed feelings about their encounters with fellow hikers accompanied by dogs. As hikers, we’re responsible for our actions and when we hike with our dogs, we’re also responsible for theirs.