Exploring a new city, paddleboarding, kayaking and even skateboarding are other activities they are keen to experience together with their pups.
 
Other adventures listed in top 30 include travelling on a road trip, watching a sunset and attending a dog yoga class.
 
The study of 2,000 dog owners also found 32 per cent class their four-legged friend as their adventure buddy, while 45 per cent think having a pooch makes them feel less lonely when out and about.
 
Activities many have already enjoyed with their pet include running on the beach (29 per cent), going on a bike ride (10 per cent) and swimming in the sea (16 per cent).
 
It also emerged some even favour activities with their pet over another human, including a staycation (20 per cent), climbing a mountain (15 per cent) and going wild swimming (15 per cent).
 
The research, commissioned by natural dog food makers, Forthglade [www.forthglade.com/adventures], also found 30 per cent are keen to create adventure-led memories with their dog.
 
And owners typically describe their dog as confident (47 per cent), mischievous (40 per cent) and adventurous (31 per cent).
Dogs are ideal teachers
Toby Roberts, from Essex, who has owned his rescue dog Ted, for three years, said: “We have a great bond and he is so much fun to be around. Ted is a huge part of our lives and we have terrific adventures.
 
“We went on a big campervan trip around Europe in 2019 and of course he came with us.
 
“We went through five different countries, travelled 3,000km and it was great to spend the time with Ted.”
 
David Cox, CEO at Forthglade, said: “With dog ownership increasing substantially over the last few years, it’s great to see our canine companions encouraging us to get outdoors more, experiencing adventures together.
 
“Adding adventures on top of the

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