Simple good old fashioned dog walking fun. That was very much the aim for today. No need to overcomplicate things or try anything far too ambitious, just simple fun.
So what does simple fun look like?
I appreciate this will be different from everyone’s point of view but here are a few things I find simple fun.
Find a place where you’re not going to be disturbed with the dogs:
– on a day like today that is most places in the Oslo woods. The slightly grey and misty weather ensres that the crowds will stay away and leave you free to adventure.
Setting a good tempo and making sure that the dogs are always in motion or running, preferably in deep snow at this time of year.
Want to keep those dogs motivated? Then keep the objects flying. Snowballs, sticks and pretty much anything will be chased by the excited pack.
Find some slopes:
Trekking up and down in deep snow will ensure you stay warm and the dogs burn off that energy. The slopes also mean you can throw objects either up or down hill to ensure the dogs cover at least 10 times as much distance as we do.
And by following these simple rules you get happy tired dogs who have had a great time.
Quick shout out to today’s Hero, my friend Katerina. Thanks for joining me today and allowing us to walk a few extra dogs.
Doggies: Hedda, Twist, Kimba and Lucy
Doggies: Stella, Pippi, Mira, Kira, Jello, Lexi and Haraka (2 walkers)
Doggies: Ragnar, Quila, Ferd, Lucy, Fridtjof, Zapa and Fant
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more simple fun and dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Ewa, Karianne, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt