With all of the walking obstacles we find in the city, we all know how important it is to be consistent on our daily walks so our pups always understand what we expect.Unfortunately, this can be beyond difficult in the winter.
With narrow, snow-covered sidewalks, on our personal daily walks we are finding ourselves allowing our pups to walk in front of us leading the way, forgoing sitting at the corner, and bypassing our check-in's just so we can all go inside more quickly.
We are also finding that even in our crowded city with weather like this we are much less likely to see as many other people and dogs which becomes even more difficult in spring when the sidewalks are flooded with other pups all excited and out of practice.
our Chicago SociaBulls group where we have been walking all winter with our dog-friends so it won't be a big surprise when they see all the dogs out again in the spring.
Has the winter deterred you from your walking? Or have you found ways to remain consistent?
These good things about walking in bad weather
How long we walked.
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