PHOTOS: Readers share photos of their pet-friendly adventures in Chilliwack

Beckie Daggitt submitted this photo with the caption “This guy likes to go for walks and short hikes.” (Beckie Daggitt/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
Debbie Barclay-McNeil submitted this photo with the caption “On a zodiac last week on Vancouver Island.” (Debbie Barclay-McNeil/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
(McKenzie Sara/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
Cindy Walsh submitted this photo with the caption “On the lake.” (Cindy Walsh/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
(Tammy Bennett/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
Cory Schaeffer submitted these photos of his pooch on a helicopter ride and shopping. He also shares photos of him and his dog kayaking and fishing. (Cory Schaeffer/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
(Gina Peters/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)
(Jennifer Littleboy/ Submitted to The Chilliwack Progress)

Photos of a goat on a paddleboard with its ultra-athlete owner got a lot of attention after a story was published online in Black Press sister newspaper the Vernon Morning Star this week.

The images and story of Vernon super-athlete, Shanda Hill, on a paddleboard with one of her pet goats was then featured on the Chilliwack Progress website on Friday.

READ MORE: Goat knows how to float in Okanagan

We published the story online and asked our Facebook readers to share photos of their own pets enjoying some local recreation.

People sent us photos of their dogs on boats, a cat hiking, a dog in a helicopter, animals camping and more.

Here are some of those photos. For more, check out the Facebook post.


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