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Adventure Inspiration

Mountains, Mutts and MS

When most people want to take a hike they just grab their boots, their dogs, and head out the door.  For others, there a number of factors that affect their decision to get outside. Kelly is a thirty something year old Canadian who is a proud dog mom to Corn and Melon (@odd.dogsquad).  When she’s […]

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Canada Pooch Alaskan Army Parka

Winter can sometimes hinder our sense of adventure due to frigid temperatures. Keeping our dogs warm and protected from nature’s elements is extremely important. Although Farley has a double coat and labs usually fair well in colder temperatures, she gets cold very quickly. We have had to cut our winter outings short due to a […]

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Ruffwear Powder Hound

I laughed when I read this trending headline: “Groundhog predicts an early spring. Don’t get too excited, he’s usually wrong” early in the month of February. Here we are approaching March, and I can’t help but think winter has decided to fully mock the groundhog. Let’s be in on the joke with this moody winter […]

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EzyDog Element Jacket

If you’re looking for a jacket for your dog that is windproof, waterproof, and rugged, the EzyDog Element Jacket could be what you’re looking for.  The redesigned Element Jacket from EzyDog comes ready to protect your dog from rain, wind, and cold, while also providing visibility with bright colors and reflective piping. The Element jacket […]

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Backcountry Paws Gaiters

Winter hikes are mine and Atlas’s favorite activity. Typically you will find less traffic on the trails and more opportunity for off-leash freedom. The best reward of all is the snow covered mountain tops and dusted trees. As much as we will always welcome and glamorize the snow, with it comes colder icy conditions that […]

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Skiing With Dogs

Often times winter can seem overwhelming. With shorter daylight, darker nights, and colder temperatures you may find yourself dreaming of sunshine, wildflowers, and warmer climates. Being shut inside, with the windows closed, can really take a toll on an individual. This is especially true for our furry companions that love to get outside and enjoy […]

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Kurgo Journey Air Dog Harness

Going on hikes can be very enjoyable, but it also means that you need to find appropriate gear for both you and your dog. A properly fitting harness for your canine is just as important as a properly fit pair of hiking boots for yourself.  Using a harness decreases the risk of neck injury from […]

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Hurtta Adventure Harness

There are countless harnesses on the market made with adventure dogs in mind. Some are overly complicated with many features designed to allow you to climb, and hike in extreme environments with your pooch. Others are rather simple without many features or padding to allow your dog freedom of movement on his journeys. There are […]

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How to Choose the Right Pack for your Pup

Dogs love to have a job to do. Whether it’s chasing their tail, fetching a runaway ball or zooming after a squirrel, our canine friends love to be put to work. When given a job, many dogs switch gears from an unruly spaz into a focused and determined workaholic. One of the best ways to […]

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EzyDog Summit Backpack

As an avid hiker and backpacker, reducing the weight in my backpack is more than ideal, and having the option for Delilah to carry a few of her things (e.g. food, treats, poop bags) is great. For the last month and a half, Delilah has been testing EzyDog North America’s Summit Dog Backpack in size […]