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9 January 2017

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7 Snowy Winter Workouts To Do with Your Pup

Who doesn’t need a little #fitspo this time of year? Dogs and humans! While trudging through the snow with your pup is a perfectly fine form of exercise for both parties, why not kick it up a notch and have some real fun together while you’re working off some of those treat calories. We rounded […]

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Who doesn’t need a little #fitspo this time of year? Dogs and humans! While trudging through the snow with your pup is a perfectly fine form of exercise for both parties, why not kick it up a notch and have some real fun together while you’re working off some of those treat calories. We rounded up a few ways to get both of your heart rates up when it’s blizzard-ing.

Sledding



Or just sliding on your belly through the snow.

Making snow angels


Aka rolling around in the snow on your back.

Snowshoeing



Fair warning that your pup may trip you.

## Ice skating


Being pulled by your pup on skates also counts.

## Cross country skiing

C’mon, how happy does this pup look?!

Shoveling

If all else fails, shoveling is always a good workout.

Snowball fight

A good old-fashioned snow fight also gets the job done.

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