If you've been influenced by Storm from the X-Men, (or perhaps you just really love storms in general) there may be a chance that you want to follow after an intense pile of clouds looming in the distance. Whether it's a tornado, hail storm, or just a regular old thunder storm, if you want to get up close and personal to get a bit of adrenaline, then this is a great activity to consider! Hop in the car with your faithful friend and head off to get some great views of mother nature's moody times; just keep in mind that safety is a priority, so if things get a bit too wild, consider heading back before endangering yourself and your dog.
This activity is an excellent thrill to partake in on hot, summer days. Whether you like to start off small and work your way up, or head right for the largest cliffs, you can enjoy jumping into the water right along with your dog. With the cool water and the rush of the wind, cliff jumping is sure to be a hit. Always remember to double check the water below for any potential rocks or trees that could be in the way.
Exploring the nooks and crannies of a mountain side along with a group of friends is always a great way to spend the day. Even if you don't have someone else along with you, mountaineering is a great way to bond with your pup! It will give them the opportunity to get out and explore nature while also providing you with some exercise and fresh air. Whether you decide to conquer a hard trail, or enjoy something a bit more even-paced, there is no doubt that the mountains will offer a fantastic experience.