June has been a crazy month here at Wag ‘n Woof Pets so far! On the first day of the month I was on my way home from Nashville, and ever since then I’ve been trying to get back into the swing of things. We’ve had so much going on, as you might have noticed! We have lots more planned before the month is over, and before the summer is over…which happens all too quickly here in New England.
In this post:
- June Reminders
- Coming Attractions
We are trying to get back into our fitness routines, and have been getting more walks in. The weather is finally really feeling like summer so we plan to do some swims too. Sheba was supposed to have her first one of the season today, but the beach was already closed to dogs. She was able to get her feet wet but that was it, and we had a nice walk. Next time we’ll find a better place. Luke left off a bit timid of the water last year, so we’ll be taking him separately to ease him back into it. I want to take Cricket swimming as well, as she’s been starting to show some signs of arthritis.
Next Friday June 19th is International Box Day! Join your hosts Luke and his new feline friends Peaches and Paprika for this fun event. If you missed the announcement last week, you can read more by clicking here. We hope you will share photos of your pets in boxes. There are no rules, so just be creative with it! Grab the badge below and we’ll also be hosting a linky list for that day.
If you’ve somehow missed it, all this month is Multiple Pet Mania! Along with our friends the Cascadian Nomads and MyGBGVLife, we are hosting a blog hop, weekly giveaways, and a photo contest. There is a Life with Multiple Pets survey you can fill out as well. Join in the fun! Read all the details here. This week’s giveaway will be open until next Monday, and we are giving away natural cleaning and grooming products from PL360. Click here to enter!
We had taken a little break from Luke’s trick training, but I got thinking about something I’ve been wanting to teach him and this got me motivated:
Luke is going to learn how to put his toys away! That will give us something to work on indoors when it’s really hot outside. We also plan to get out the agility tunnel and I’m going to try training him the weave poles. I’m sure there is going to be a lot to share about these projects. Also, I’m looking into K9 Nose Work classes for Luke. I don’t think there’s a lot going on in our area but I will keep looking. I know it’s something he could really do well at, judging by the fun we’ve had with those games at home.
One more thing: Luke will be sharing his review of this Tuggo toy, which we received when at the BlogPaws conference. We’ll be taking it outside and filling it with water, and see what happens. I have a feeling he’s going to like it!
We hope you’ll be sticking with us for the rest of Jumpin’ June and the summer!
Do you have any summer plans for your pets? Share in the comments below!