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Tips for surviving and enjoying geocaching with a dog

Summer fun begins now. And I can’t imagine a summer without our activities together with my dog. What about you? Plan where you and your doggie could spend time before the temperatures are scorching and not a single branch moves on trees and we all will be hiding in shadows. You will enjoy this sunny season much more then. Besides going swimming you can also try geocaching. Your dog has enough exercise and it’s also fun. Personally approved!

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5 tips for summer city activities with a dog

If you decide to head to the streets of your city during a hot summer day, remember that pavements you will be walking on are much warmer that the air. In general, I try to go out with my dog during hot summer days as least as possible but if we go somewhere, we head to the park. Among trees and other greenery, the temperature is always much more pleasant than among buildings. Roza runs among the trees, relieves herself and I am not worried that she could get hurt on hot concrete surface.

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Summer tip! Take your dog for fishing

They say there aren’t many activities as relaxing as fishing. And it’s no longer true that fishing is only for men. When my friend told me she takes her dog for fishing, I was really surprised. And I immediately had to question her about how it happened that they fell for this sport I kind of forget about. And why not? The image of me sailing on a boat with my dog is quite a funny one. What should we prepare for before going fishing for the first time?