…Because a bucket list just doesn’t really apply, does it?
The point is, as we continue this week’s adventure theme, it gets me to thinking about all of the fun times we’ve had with our pups. And then that gets me thinking about all of the fun things we want to do with them! So I thought I’d share our list with all of you! Tell me… what fun things do you have planned for your pooches this summer? We’d love to hear about them!
2013 Pittsburgh Dogs’ Summer Bucket List
- Teach Gaige to dock dive like her big brother: We know she has it in her!
- Homemade dog treats: Any favorite recipes you’d like to share?
- Volunteer at a local shelter: We just haven’t found one that is the right fit… recommendations?
- Camping: In the backyard, at least.
- Start working on agility
- Attend Pittsburgh’s Cinema in the Park
- Catch fireflies
- Kayak Pittsburgh: with one of the pups
- Make a new friend (at least 1 with two legs, and at least 1 with 4!)
- Tonka. Beach. Vacation. Enough said.
- Visit a doggy bakery: Dozen Bakeshop, Woof Stop Barkery, Bone Appetite Barkery, or Doggie Delights
- Take Georgia to her first horse show
- Visit the Sunday night Pup night at Jergel’s: Dog menus!
- Fence for backyard… should be completed before our vacation at the end of July.
- Make doggy ice pop
- Attend a dog or dog-friendly festival in Pittsburgh. So many to choose from! Pittsburgh Pup Crawl, Food Truck Mondays at Animal Nature, to name only two!
- Meet a blog friend in real life! Who’s in??
- Attend a car cruise with J’s favorite girls: Gaige, and his ’67 Camaro!
- Paint Georgia’s toes
- Visit McConnells Mills State Park
- Give each of the pups their own day of fun
- Take Gaige trucking: Can you guess who came up with this one?
So that’s it. We will keep you posted on our progress! What is on your summer bucket list with your pets? Bonus points if it’s different from ours!
Considering a trip to Pittsburgh? Check out our post on all things dog in this great city!
And last but not least, as we approach the summer, hopefully full of vacations and travel and adventure, be sure to keep some of these safety tips in mind.