Most of us humans have created some sort of a bucket list or things we want to do or complete before we die. They can be anything from bungee jumping to singing in front of a large audience or truly anything! My question to you is though, have you ever thought about creating a bucket list for your dog? Things your dog can do before they cross the rainbow bridge, although we love thinking our dog can be with us our entire lives, it sadly isn’t the case. Let’s hear your list of things you want to do with your dog in the comment section below. This is my personal list of 5 amazing ideas for my dog to complete on their bucket list that I made them.
Here are 5 Amazing Ideas to put on your dog’s bucketlist.
Dog Bucket List: Adventurous and creatively fun things my dog will do in their lifetime.
1. Dog Paddle boarding
I live in a beautiful area full of beaches and plenty of places to go paddle boarding. I’ve never been so I’d love to go but I know my dog would fully enjoy it to, or so I think they would.
2. Have a Social Media Account
First of all, my dogs already have an Instagram account so we have this covered. In addition, they enjoy posing for me when I get my camera out. You can find them on Instagram over at @wrangling.kai They are totally spoiled and well loved over there. This is one of my dogs Kai. Her leash is from Kai’s Ruff Wear and the bandana is from Oh Tiny Heart.
3. Hike a National Park/National Trail
This is a goal for my dogs as they truly enjoy going on walks. I try to take them each on a daily walk of 1.5-2 miles and sometimes, most times I feel they could simply keep on walking forever. I hope that I claim that they hiked a national park trail.
4. Have a Dog Birthday Party
Wouldn’t it be totally rad to have dogs come over to party with your pup? I mean, who wouldn’t want a bunch of dogs playing in their yard? You can do this on your dog’s actual birthday if you know it or on their “gotcha” day.
If there’s an activity that includes being outside constantly you can count my dogs in! My dogs love being outside. Furthermore, it seems like my dogs would never want to leave the camping site due to the fun they would be having.