Welcome to day 3

Welcome to day 3

Good morning Challengers. Today is day three and we have a guest post from my oldest daughter Raynbow’s wife Dana Hart.
Raynbow and Dana live north of Orangeville and even though it’s only an hour away from Toronto the weather up there is like they live in a different country. Raynbow and Dana are all about dogs and animals on their small farm so todays post is what to do with your dog ( but works with children too) when it’s super cold out. Thanks Dana.

Hello challengers,

Today is a cold one but I'll still make it outside for a little while with the dogs. They'll get a bit of a run, then we'll burn the rest of their energy doing some training indoors.

I love that I can tire my dogs out in the house on cold days like today. Training them fun little tricks makes their brain work and satisfies their needs when it's too cold to run around for hours.

Today's prompt: share a picture of a dog out having fun!

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