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3 October 2022
Fall in Canada is beautiful, the leaves start changing colours, the air is cooler, and it’s harvest season, thus, leaving plenty of fun fall activities to do with your dog. Here is a list of a few activities to do this fall with your dog:
You may have gone apple picking in the past with your family or friends. Did you know that you can also bring your dog along? Here is a list of local orchards that are dog-friendly. Please note that many of these farms require your dog to be on a leash.
Hiking in the fall is great! The temperature is ideal for you and your dog since the air isn’t too hot, so you or your dog won’t get dehydrated. Of course, the views can be breathtaking with the leaves changing colors. We recommend you explore trails in the mountains with scenic viewing points to get the most out of the fall foliage.
Get your dog’s opinion on which pumpkins to get for Halloween at a pumpkin patch. Just like orchards, ensure that your dog is allowed at the pumpkin patch and is also on a leash. If you’re using the pumpkin for cooking, consider leaving some aside for your dog. Read the health benefits of pumpkin for your dog here.
After a day of outdoor fall activities, you may want to curl up on the couch with your dog and watch a movie, why not make it a scary movie in time for Halloween? Here is a list of Halloween movies starring cats and dogs.
Dress your dog up too for Halloween and go door-to-door with them. Match your costume with your dog’s costume as a fun idea. You’re sure to get people’s attention!
Dogs love to run in a pile of leaves. Make sure to consult our safety tips before letting your dog play in the leaves.
Bake some delicious goodies for you and your dog. Cinnamon, pumpkin, apples, and sweet potatoes are some fall staples that are equally as delicious for your dog.
Going for a coffee run? Why not bring your dog along? Grab a pumpkin spice latte for yourself and a puppuccino for your dog.
There’s no better time to take a picture with your dog, than during fall, with the leaves changing colours, it makes for picture-perfect moments. There are plenty of spots you can go to capture the fall foliage, a park, a trail, or even your backyard.