Like everything else in 2020, fall will be different this year because of COVID-19. Many of the activities that we look forward to and associate with the season — attending a high school football game or heading to a harvest festival — might now be canceled. Fortunately, there are plenty of activities we can continue to enjoy with our dogs while staying physically distanced from other people.
Here are five COVID-19-friendly activities to do with your dog this fall (which my puppy, Charlotte, and I have personally scouted out for you):
On Sunday, I celebrated my birthday, the day of days, with my best friends and family. Anyone who is anyone was at my party. It was the event of the COVID-19 season. My actual birthday is July 13. I can’t believe that I am six-years-old. So many birds executed, yet so many birds still at large. I slaughtered one of Grandma’s little humming birdies a few days ago. Delicious. Where was I?
What kind of prepping and primping goes on backstage at the world’s most prestigious dog show? How much work goes into getting these dogs ready for their close-ups? Grandmother and granddaughter duo, Karen Duprat and granddaughter Brielle Duprat, respectively, spoke with us about their Havanese champions, Fenway and Moose. Brielle, 12, was missing school for […]