Hiking With Your Dog: Fun and Safety Tips

Planning A Winter Trip?   Here’s Some Tips For Camping With Your Dog in Cold Weather

No matter what kind of dog you have if you love to go camping in the colder months and plan on taking your dog with you, remember that all dog breeds can and do get cold so it’s a good idea that you no how to take your dog with you and keep him safe […]

Harrier Dog Breed Description, History, Grooming, Health Issues and Living Conditions

Description: The Harrier breed is similar to the English foxhounds, but we see it is smaller. This dog has a well proportioned head, it has a bold forehead. The muzzle is about the same length as the skull. The teeth met in a level or scissor bite. This breed has a black, wide, nose with […]

The Burden Of Owning An Alaskan Husky

The Alaskan Husky can’t just be owned by anybody. Training this breed is totally different from the normal methods of training used for most dogs. It is not like other pooches, where they instantly bond with their owners and require lots of attention. This pet has been endowed with physical endurance and determination far beyond […]

Video: Hiking With Your Dog – Safety Around Tree Wells

Backpacking Sleeping Pillows w/ Glenn (aka The Helmet)

In this video, Glenn (aka The Helmet) shows us two camping pillows that are compact, lightweight, and suitable for the backcountry. You can follow this link for more information on backpacking sleeping pillows, or click here for more information on this hike along the Benton MacKaye Trail near the Toccoa River.

Spectacular North Dakota Hikes – Bring the Dog

For those of you longing for a “Best Hikes With Dogs – North Dakota” book, wait no longer.  Susan Wefald, recently released her guidebook, “Spectacular North Dakota Hikes – Bring the Dog.”  No word on why the good folks at Mountaineer Books didn’t get to Susan first (as they don’t have a North Dakota book […]

Video: The EzyDog Backpack – Features And Functionality

Video: How To Hike With A Dog And What To Pack

Video: Tips For Hiking With Your Dog