So, here in NY we get LOTS of snow. Weeks ago we got hit with almost four feet of snow. We have four foot fences around our yard and the snow sat just inches below it. I was quite worried my puppies were going to walk right over it! Luckily the snow was so deep they were too afraid to travel off the paths they had created while the snow fell. They lived in these paths for at least a week, because the snow did not melt. We were actually snowed in for a few days. For a long time after the sidewalks remained unplowed and the puppies did not get out for many walks because I was nervous walking with piles of snow above my head... I didn't want to get hit by a car!
We did have a few days of nice weather and we did a nature trail walk with the snow.... the puppies ended up falling asleep on the car ride home and slept for three hours afterwards. Let's just say, it was a quiet afternoon!
Now my foot is in a cast and I can't get them out. It's killing me! They are so anxious and their romps in the backyard snow are not seeming to cut it anymore. I can't wait til my foot heals and I can get them back to the park or something... or maybe some snow will melt so we can go around the block (not likely- it's supposed to stay in low 20s like all week).
Any suggestions on what I can do since we can't get out much right now because of weather and now my foot?