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November 6, 2014 – 02:42 pm

Fun Things to Do With Your Dog in San Antonio

Looking for things to do in the San Antonio area with your new canine companion? For a spooky look at your city, book a tour with Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours. Taking you and your four-legged friend on a 90-minute ghost tour of San Antonio, you will walk the historic streets of the city a guide dressed in period dress will tell you haunting stories of the past. You may just encounter a ghost as the guides light the way with lanterns through San Antonio’s most haunted sites.

Get Fido’s heart racing with the River City Run through the heart of downtown San Antonio. The 5K running tour is a private, pet-friendly tour with 15 stops along the way. Get up early and you’ll have the chance to see 18 historic landmarks, such as The Alamo, The Menger Hotel, and Buckhorn Saloon. Your tour guides will share historic stories and offer trivia on the hour-long run.

San Antonio is home to lots of parks for running off-leash, jogging on trails, or picnicking. McAllister Dog Park is a fenced park allowing your pup without a leash. It has fire hydrants, doggie water fountains, and exercise equipment. Hike on more than four miles of nature trails at Comanche Lookout Park adjacent to Semmes Branch Library. Pack a picnic for a lunch at Brackenridge Park in the city. After lunch, try feeding the ducks from the bridge. For more ideas on things to do with your dog in the San Antonio area, visit the Dog Owner’s Guide to San Antonio on BringFido.com.

San Antonio Dog Rescues & Shelters

The Top 5 Reasons to Adopt, Rather than Buy a Dog or Puppy for Sale in San Antonio

  • Finding the Best Match - Luckily, when you decide you want to add a furry member to your family, you have many dogs to choose from. Dogs and puppies of different breeds come with genetic tendencies that vary between breeds. More importantly, they also have distinct personalities, as each is an individual! It is common for rescuers and animal shelter staff and volunteers to already know the personality and tendencies of many of their dogs and puppies. This means they can better match up your requirements and lifestyle with the ideal dog or puppy. When searching for a new dog or puppy in San Antonio, consider your lifestyle first. Answer yourself these questions:
  • Do you have time to housetrain a puppy and teach them the rules of the house?
  • Source: www.adoptapet.com


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    I am so sorry for your loss.

    I have had a few special dogs in my lifetime that were wonderful friends. When my last akita Bear died I would wake up in the wee hours and sob. I missed him so. He was just eight when he died of anal gland cancer. All I felt for the longest time was I just want him back.
    That was when I found this room and received so much comfort. After a couple of months I started fostering dogs and that helped.
    Now I have a new akita puppy named Coco that is a joy to my heart.
    I still think of Bear everyday. And Angel, the akita I shared life with before Bear



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    • Avatar Mike Akita breeders near me? please help.?
      Jun 04, 2011 by Mike | Posted in Dogs

      I live in Massachusetts. I need to know some akita breeders near me. Preferably in my state or ones near me like New Hampshire. Thank you for whoever helps me.

      • Your state but a word of advise, most decent Akita breeders wont sell to people without Akita experience so hopefully you've owned them before.

    • Avatar Cj At what age is a puppy no longer considered a puppy, and is now a dog?
      Aug 29, 2008 by Cj | Posted in Dogs

      Also what age is a dog fully grown? If the breed matters I'm refering to an Akita

      • They stop 'getting taller' at 12 or 18 months of age. (Normally depending on the breed) then start to 'fill out'. (By this, I mean that they'll 'bulk up', that.s the best way I can explain it.)