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Rover.com Offers Free Guided City Walks With Plenty Of Pet Friendly Stops Along The Way

Do you ever wish your dog could join you for a fun day in the city? You could grab lunch, do a little shopping, and maybe even visit an art gallery.
With Rover's Dog's Day Out city guides, you and your pup can now enjoy a stroll in one of twenty American cities. 





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    The online pet care service provider, Rover.com, has came up with the perfect treat for a fun day with your dog - Dog's Day Out, a series of free self-guided city walks that are curated for canines.

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    So far, Rover.com has created walks for 20 different U.S. cities including Chicago, New York City, Seattle, Boston, San Francisco and more.

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    The routes range from under one mile to three miles and each route is sprinkled with dog-friendly stops: parks, trails, bars, restaurants and more.

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    For dog-human walking duos looking for more, Rover.com also offers a downloadable audio file for each walk. The audio provides narration for the stroll, along with additional tips. 


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    The benefits of walking your furry family member go beyond keeping them happy and healthy.

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    Most dogs require at least one walk per day, however breed, age and fitness level are other factors that determine whether they need more or less activity. Routine walks reduce boredom and destructive behavior, help aid in digestion, alleviate attention-seeking behavior like whining or jumping while also building a stronger bond between dogs and humans.

    So select your city on their website, fill up your water bottle, and get ready to walk it out!

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