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5 Fall Activties That Your Furry Friend is Sure to Adore

As leaves change from green to red and pumpkins start to appear on doorsteps, you know that fall is approaching. Take advantage of the cooler weather and partake in these fall festivities your dog will surely enjoy.

Trick or Treating

Nothing beats a dog dressed up for Halloween. Check out the article10 Dog and Owner Halloween Costumesfor suggestions on what you can wear this Halloween season while you trick or treating. 

Visit a Dog-Friendly Pumpkin Patch

Nothing screams fall more than visiting a pumpkin patch. If you and your dog are the outdoorsy types, why not add pumpkin picking to the itinerary for the day? To spice things up, you can let your dog pick out the pumpkins for you by allowing your dog to sniff around and buy whatever pumpkin your dog snout lands on.

Hay Ride

If your dog loves car rides, I’m sure they will enjoy this. Before scheduling a hay ride, ensure the farm you plan to visit is dog friendly. Be sure to keep lots of treats on hand to ensure your dog is on their best behavior throughout the ride.

Movie Marathon 

If staying in is more your thing, why not snuggle up on the couch and watch some dog-themed Halloween movies with your furry companion? Check out the article5 Dog-Themed Movies to Watch This Halloweenfor suggestions on what you can watch this Halloween. 


Take advantage of the cooler weather and take a scenic nature walk with your dog. You can watch the leaves change from green to red and breathe in the crisp autumn air. Before your hike, consult your veterinarian for tips on protecting your furry friend from ticks and fleas, and ensure you check your dog’s furry after the hike for fleas and ticks.

I hope this article gives you some suggestions on activities you can do with your dog during the fall. 

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Written by Sophia Erivbieta