Honesty time: when I was thinking about what I wanted this issue to be about, my mind just kept going to how cold I am. If you live in a place where you don’t have to scrape ice off of your car windows, I’m extremely jealous.
Outside of our little world, dogs are affected by the cold weather too. Smaller dogs may need (adorable) sweaters before braving the outdoors. There are also plenty of cold weather dogs that refuse to come back inside once they’re in their element, like Newfoundlands and Great Pyrenees (aka the big floofs).
I am feeling very much like a small dog in a sweater just trying to make it through, which brings us to the theme for this newsletter…indoors. Your pup may not be ready to brave the cold, or maybe you live somewhere that gets so much snow it’s impossible to open your front door. Either way, I’ve got you covered for the best indoor time of your lives!
Don’t forget to share this newsletter with your frozen friends so they can make the best of their time inside.
Boost those Indoor-phins
Just because you’re stuck inside doesn’t mean you can’t still be active with your dog. up and get moving without leaving your home with this awesome list of indoor activities for dogs. This list by Lilies, Love, and Luna has plenty of inspiration to make the most of your time inside. The muffin tin game looks like so much fun!
Jumping for Joy
This fun Tik Tok shows how you can give your dog the exercise they deserve without leaving your house! Burn their energy and teach them a new trick with a new meaning to “indoor playground”.
Does your dog love the winter? Let me know if your dog hates the cold or if you can’t get them back inside! Bonus points for pictures, as always.
For those who live where it’s 70 degrees and sunny, send some outdoor photos my way so I can pretend I’m there!