Easter isn’t just a time to rejoice. It is also a perfect occasion to spend time with your loved ones and family members. Although it is typical to go out to the beach and spend the whole day out in the sun, there are families who would rather engage in pet-friendly traditions.
Over the years, lots of activities have been introduced to make Easter more fun both for pets and the owners. So below, we have gathered some of the most exciting and interesting games you might want to try out with your furry pals.
Easter Egg Hunting
If you have a closed space indoors or outdoors, you can have an Easter Egg Hunt. Simply hide treats inside pet-safe toys or in plastic eggs. And then, scatter them all over the area. But then again, when playing this game, make sure there are adults present. This is to ensure that your pets won’t swallow the toys.
For pet shelter owners, this could be a great way to raise some funds. Ask for donations from the attendees who wish to join the event and give them certificates or gift certificates towards the end. With this game, your pets will be very happy.
Thrilling Exercise Routine
Easter is a great time to shake things up and lose the excessive pounds you and your pets have gained. But do you think going out for a walk with your pet can help you with your goal? Definitely. However, it would be much better if you can find a new path or an alternate route. Chances are you might be able to discover new sights while on the road.
If you are lucky, you might even discover hidden natural springs that will definitely keep you and your pets cool. Do not be afraid to take risks. You never know what awaits you in the road.
Visit Pet-Friendly Shops or Wineries
Is there any other better way of spending the entire Easter Sunday afternoon walking in a picturesque winery ground? We are thinking there’s none.
As you stroll the streets of Australia, you will be thrilled to see numerous pet-friendly wineries. So it would be fun if you could take that opportunity and spend the day walking around to meet some other animals. Also, to help yourself, you can even have a taste at some of the best-selling wines they offer.
Teach Your Pets New Tricks
For your pets to learn something new, consider enrolling them in an obedience class. By doing that, you can help enhance their agility and allow them to mingle with other species.
You can always begin searching for classes online. With just a few clicks, you will be able to see all the places that offer efficient lessons for your pets. Yet, you can also seek recommendations by word of mouth. Gather information from your friends or neighbours who had enrolled their pets in such classes. And then, ask about their whole experience. From there, you can definitely make a decision.
If you have plenty of time, you can teach your pets new tricks. Browse over the web to see some suggestions you can use.
If there are any, we strongly recommend watching drive-in movies. This is an affordable yet fun way to spend the Easter night with your pets and your family. With this, you can have good time as a group, away from all the chaos and the technology. You will just stay under the starry night, meeting new people, watching movies, and seeing lots of dogs.
But if you can’t find any, you can just watch at home. Prepare popcorn for your family and get some treats for your pets. Once you are dong, decide on which movie to watch.
Go on a Picnic
Picnics are indeed fun-filled activities. Regardless if you are planning to do it indoors or outdoors, for sure, everyone’s going to love it.
If you wish to do it in your home, then it would be easier. You can just cook something special and let your family play with your pets. When everything is set, call them to gather around so that you can feast together.
On the other hand, if you want to get out of the comforts of your home, you can visit the nearest pet-friendly parks. You will see that there are also some other families spending quality time with their loved ones and pets. Make sure you don’t forget to bring treats for your furry friends. They will need it after a stressful day running and playing.
Shopping! Who does not love it? But before you even go, make sure you do some research if the mall you are planning to go allows pets to go in. You don’t want to leave your pets in your car or outside while you go around and buy the things you want.
During Easter, some pet shops sell their products at discounted prices. Thus, you can take advantage of that and get something useful for your pets, such as kennels and cages. But still, make sure you don’t compromise quality. We understand that bargains are quite tempting, but you need to check it carefully before buying. Nobody wants to spend his or her money over something faulty or broken.
We are assuming that you already have plotted a schedule of activities for Easter. Still, we hope these suggestions will be of great help. Nevertheless, we just want to wish that you will have a fun and enjoyable day with your family and pets!