Click here to learn more.
Spring break isn't just for humans anymore. Cats and dogs know how to have fun in the sun, too, and would love to tag along on your vacation.
In honor of the warm and relaxing days ahead, here are 15 pets catching some rays, going on hikes and floating in the pool.
Charlie the Rat Terrier mix and Dudditz the chocolate Lab mix obviously know how to enjoy a fun day at the Dog Beach.
Blake the domestic shorthair spends his free time catching some rays.
Allie the German Shepherd spends her downtime floating in the pool.
Paddy, an adventurous Aussie, knows hiking is an amazing activity for spring break.
A Chesapeake Bay Retriever mix named Tozer Behr eases into the pool at an annual Paws in the Pool event.
Camping is one of English Bulldog Princess Puddles Wuddleworth's favorite activities. It's a great way to spend any break.
Simmon loves to sun himself on the deck when he has time to kill.
After a dip at Jupiter Beach in Florida, Velvet, a Corgi mix, shakes off a little water before playing in the sand.
Midget loves camping, and is always up for going on outdoor walks.
What do best friends do on spring break? Hang out poolside, just like these handsome black Lab brothers: Jose, Spider and Rowdy.
Scruffy, a Terrier mix, doesn't need to leave home to enjoy spring break. He can just head outside to soak up the Arizona sunshine.
Marlee, a German Shepherd mix, is all for spring break if it involves going to the beach.
If you ask Lucy, a fun-loving Vizsla, a relaxing swim at Mission Bay in San Diego is a great spring break activity.
Wall-e the Newfoundland will be king of the beach this spring break!
Sometimes during spring break, you just don't want to get out from under the covers, like Tom, this charming rescue cat.
More From Vetstreet
More on Vetstreet.com:
Like this article? Have a point of view to share? Let us know!
Thank you for subscribing to Petwire. Look for the latest newsletter each Wednesday.
Blackie, who served in Afghanistan, is
safely back at his adoptive home, thanks
to the volunteers who searched for…
Want to keep your kitty off tables and
counters? Provide appropriate climbing
spaces and follow these training tips.
Dr. Patty Khuly says veterinarians have
come a long way in understanding
animals who are stressed at the clinic.
When Mikkel Becker visited her future
mother-in-law, she assumed her Pugs
would be well behaved. She was wrong.
From the 32-inch-tall Scottish Deerhound
to the 200-pound Mastiff, these big
breeds are large and in charge.
Before you buy chicks or ducklings for
your kids' Easter baskets, make sure you
know what you're getting yourself…
Want to find out how well your cat or dog is digesting his food? Well, our vet says the proof is in your pet's poop.
The active and playful Devon Rex’s high cheekbones and slender build make her look like a top feline model.
If the video doesn't start playing momentarily,
please install the latest version of Flash.
Thank you for subscribing.