Fall is one of the best times for you and your pup to get out and explore. The air is crisp and fresh, it won’t be too hot or too cold, and the trees are exploding in yellow, red, and orange colors. Hiking is a fun activity that can range in difficulty depending on how you and your dog are feeling. From hiking in the mountains to taking a stroll through a wooded park, there are a variety of options to get you and your dog outside and exercising. Your pup will be able to enjoy nature and all of the smells that nature brings. If you have a young healthy dog, a longer hike is a great choice, but make sure to bring plenty of water for both of you. If your dog is older, keep the hike a bit shorter and easier so they don’t get uncomfortable. No matter the dog, though, they will love to be out and walking, smelling everything they can.