Buffalo Bucket List Challenge: Take a Class with Your Pup

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Written by Jessica Kelly

Published on June 22, 2017

Getting healthy, nailing that promotion, sorting our your finances – they’re all respectable resolutions. But frankly, they’re boring af, which is why we here at Step Out Buffalo are challenging you to really step out of your comfort zone in 2017 with the Buffalo Bucket List Challenge. We know it can be difficult to constantly come up with new and exciting ways to enjoy your time here on planet earth, and more specifically Western New York, so we’re doing the work for you. Every Wednesday this year we’ll publish a new Buffalo Bucket List Challenge post with a fun / interesting / exciting / unique “task” to try.


Week 24: Sit N’ Stay Pet Services

300 International Dr, Buffalo, NY 14221
(716) 822-3287  //
Hours: Monday mornings at 9:30am starting July 10th and Thursday evenings at 6:15pm starting July 6th.
Price: The first class is free! After that it is $15 per class. You can purchase a 5 pack for $60 ($12 per class) or a 10 pack for $100 dollars (just $10 a class). You can pay with cash in person, a check in person, or online.
Where: Buffalo Harbor State Park at 1111 Fuhrmann Boulevard in Buffalo.

Details: The Rover & Me fitness classes by Sit N’ Stay are the perfect outing for you and your fur baby.  During this fun outdoor workout at Buffalo Harbor State Park, you’ll break a sweat while your dog learns obedience training!  This class is led by a fitness instructor for you and a certified dog trainer for your pooch, so you’ll both have the support you need to stay focused and on track. Be sure to like their Facebook page because if they need to cancel class due to weather, that’s where it will be announced! Don’t forget to bring water for you and your dog, a towel, sneakers, a leash, sunscreen and a yoga mat if you have one (it’s not a necessity, so if you don’t already have one there’s no need to buy one).
Where to Eat: After the class you can make your way over to Swannie House!  It’s on our list of dog-friendly patios and they have a menu loaded with good stuff.

Written by <a href="" target="_self">Jessica Kelly</a>

Written by Jessica Kelly

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