Recently, I posted about Woody's once-a-year ice cream outing. The people over at BarkPost must have read my mind about would be nice to let him have a sweet indulgence more than once a year. I recently came across this post with dog-friendly treats like peanut butter swirl and pumpkin delight. Once I make one of these, I will report back on how Woody liked it!
File this under "things my dog does while I'm at work." Woody has gotten really good at building caves to burrow in with my bedding. It doesn't matter if the bed is made, he will find a way to make a cave. This is his best work yet:
What crazy things does your dog do when you aren't home?
The last few weekends I haven't been the best dog mom in that most of the activities I've been doing were not dog friendly. So this weekend I wanted to make it up to Woody. Saturday we took him to Edgewater Beach to watch the sunset and get a little bit of ice cream. I try to take him for ice cream once a summer as a treat - just a little bit of plain vanilla is all he needs. Edgewater serves Honey Hut, one of Cleveland's local ice cream staples.
Sunday we checked out the Hingetown Sunday Market. I go to a lot of markets in Cleveland - Cleveland Flea and Night Market are a few of my other favorites - but I personally feel that this one is the best for a solid mix of vintage finds and handmade artisan goods. It is also really laid back and features some of the best food trucks and beverages for a nice Sunday Funday. This chill vibe is great for dogs because you aren't fighting the big crowds of other events so you don't have to worry about your pup getting trampled. The market takes place on the third Sunday of every month through October, so definitely check one out before 2015 is over. Woody not only got to eat the bacon off my breakfast sandwich from Off the Griddle, but also got a souvenir from Ohio City Dog Haven.
What are some of your favorite outdoor activities that you have to do with your dog before summer is over? Comment below!
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