Activities For Humorous Dogs

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Introduction

Having a dog is already enjoyable enough in its own right, but owning a dog full of humor means twice the fun. If you own a humorous dog, then get ready for a life full of fun, adventure and laughter. Humorous dogs need regular stimulation and are always eager to try new things with their owners. To keep your dog interested, here are a few fun activities that you may try with your best buddy.

Water Sports

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Sunny Day
Cheap
Normal
1 hr
Items needed
Doggy Life Vest
Sports equipment
Food
Water
Activity description

Humorous dogs are always looking for something fun and new to try. When it comes to water sports, the options are endless. If you live by the beach or in a coastal city like San Diego, then surfing can be a great activity for you. For those living in cities that are full of bodies of water, such as rivers or lakes, you can go for something a little less extreme but still fun such as kayaking, canoeing or stand up paddleboarding. The price for this activity would normally range from cheap to moderate and is best done outdoors under sunny weather. The time you spend depends on how much fun you are having with your dog.

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Pick your sport
Find a water sport that you can try with your dog that is easily available in your area. This is dependent on which area you live in and what body of water is available in your area. It can also depend on the equipment you have. Some owners may have certain preferences and may already have the equipment necessary for the sport. For instance, avid surfers will most likely have their own board already.
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Enjoy the water with your dog
Once you figure out which sport you would like to try with your dog, pack all the needed things as well as enough food and water for you and your dog. Then, make your way to the spot (whether a beach, river or lake) and get your dog in the water. Give food and water regularly to your dog to keep them full and hydrated.
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Variety is fun
Being a water lover yourself, you know how much fun water sports can be. Participating in a variety of water related activities will enable you to pass this love on to your furry pal, who will always be ready to join you. Remember though, each sport will require different abilities in the water; be sure to practice your dog's swimming skills regularly and have them wear a doggy life vest for safety when in deep water or water with a current, no matter how small the current is.
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Rollerblading

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Sunny Day
Free
Easy
30 min
Items needed
Rollerblades
Leash
Activity description

Rollerblading is a fun, unique and engaging outdoor activity that a fun and humorous dog will surely enjoy. It is also a game that is a nod to your childhood and can give you a feeling of nostalgia. In this activity, you are the one on wheels and your dog’s job is to pull you while you are wearing the rollerblades on your feet. Not only is it amusing, it also challenges you and your dog. While your dog exerts effort in pulling you, you also have to work to keep your balance. Overall, it is a good way to sweat while having fun with your pup.

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Look for a spot to play in
If you want to go rollerblading, you first have to find an open and spacious area without obstacles or risky hazards for your dog. While you can do this activity indoors, it would be a good change of scenery for your dog to do the activity outdoors. Some good options include outdoor dog parks or even a rollerblade rink, provided that the rink is dog-friendly.
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Have fun on wheels!
When you find the spot to play in, put on your roller blades shoes. Prepare your dog and put on a harness or a leash. Then, command your dog to start walking or running, all the while holding on to your dog’s leash. You may skate faster or slower, depending on your dog’s pace.
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Dog-friendly Race

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Sunny Day
Cheap
Easy
1 - 3 hrs
Items needed
Food
Water
Leash or harness
Activity description

Humorous dogs are almost guaranteed to catch the attention of other pet lovers, so why not bring your dog to a dog-friendly race? Your dog will make friends out of both humans and fellow canines in the race. What’s good about these dog-friendly races is that they are normally set up to benefit a good cause. Another thing is that you and your dog will get to stay active and break out a sweat while socializing at the same time. Dog-friendly races usually cost no more than a couple of dollars and are regularly held in various cities across the country.

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Find a race and register
Dog-friendly races are held almost regularly. You would have to find a race that is happening near where you live or one that will be held within the time frame that you want to go to. When you find one that meets your requirements, find out the details and register yourself and your pup.
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Race day!
On the day of the race, do not forget the essentials. This includes enough hydration for you and your dog, a leash to keep your dog within reach, and some food and a collapsible to put the food in. Always check your dog for signs of fatigue and do not overwork your dog.
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Day Trip

A lot of dogs love riding in cars and going on road trips. It is a good idea to tag your dog along and go on a quick, day-long trip with your pooch. Whether it is to go to the beach, do some shopping or visit some friends and family, a day spent in a new environment is something that your dog will appreciate.

Funny Photos

Having a humorous dog is a good opportunity to take some funny photos. Not only is this entertaining, it also allows you to keep actual memories of your dog and your adventures together. Use your dog as your muse and try all angles and poses. You may even take selfies with your dog! 

Conclusion

Having a dog with a humorous side is something that you, as an owner, should treasure. Humorous dogs are always up for new things and are always game for an adventure. Spending quality time with your dog doing fun things will help you form a lasting connection with each other.