There's no better way to enjoy a three-day weekend than to spend some time in nature. Though our Saturday and Sunday were busy, yesterday was an open day so we decided to visit one of our local state parks, Jonathan Dickinson State Park.
The park was already buzzing with activity when we arrived. It seemed a lot of people, and their dogs, had the same idea as us! We headed out on the nature trail and realized we had most of the trail to ourselves, at least at the start of our little hike. We hiked down to the Loxahatchee River and then around through the scrub pine forest.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Friday, January 13, 2017
Does your dog love receiving mail or a special delivery? If so, you may want to consider ordering something special from SnapWag.
This week Oz received a special delivery from friends at SnapWag, a subscription box that set out to make an all-in-one solution to make the lives of owners and their pets easier. SnapWag offers three different types of subscription boxes - Play Box, Wag Box and Munch Box.
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Are you ready to make a raw feeding resolution this year? While you may not want to completely switch your dog to a raw diet, you can incorporate the health benefits of raw into some or all of your dog’s meals.
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Monday, January 9, 2017
As we mentioned last week, we spent the New Year’s weekend camping and exploring Three Rivers State Park in Sneads, Florida. Located where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, this peaceful park offers visitors a variety of outdoor activities and interesting Florida history.
Three Rivers State Park is part of the Great Florida Birding Trail, a network of 510 premier wildlife viewing sites across the State. The Trail is a program of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission which encourages conservation of both Florida’s native habitats and native species. Three Rivers has bountiful bird watching opportunities which include many species of waterfowl and American Bald Eagles, the latter making their nests within the park.
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Happy 2017! We rang in the New Year with a camping adventure to a new Florida State Park, Three Rivers in Sneads, Florida. The weather was a bit cold, dropping to 38F one night while we slept in the tent but the days were perfect for hiking and exploring.
We are excited to tell you more about Three Rivers State Park and will do so soon. For now, we want to take a brief look back at all the good that happened at Oz the Terrier in 2016.