Learn all the best practices for taking dogs on outdoor adventures, camping, hiking, and many more activities!
Whether you are embarking on a cross-country road trip with your dog or are planning a weekend getaway, you must come prepared. A few things are as fun as road tripping with a dog, but things can quickly turn into a nightmare if you forget to pack the dog road trip supplies! While you may hate the idea of loading more stuff inside your car, you’ll be glad you packed a car seat cover the first time your pooch comes back from a trail with muddy paws!
Is there anything better than being out in the great outdoors and on a hike with your dog? Want to start hiking with your puppy but not sure how or where to start? Hiking is a fantastic way to keep you and your dog active, but it's important to be prepared. We share our tips for hiking with your dog, how to prepare to go hiking with your dog and what to pack in terms of dog hiking essentials. We also consider hiking etiquette, how to stay safe on the trail.
Can you hike with every dog? Do you need some special dog products to keep your dog safe when on an adventure hike with your dog? Those questions and more are answered in our article. Enjoy the adventures with your dog, create fun experiences together, take amazing pictures for your Instagram and mostly, be the best dog mom or dog owner and make your dog happy as much as it makes you happy every day. A dog is an addition to your life and it will not limit your adventurous lifestyle. CLICK, READ
We love camping with our dog and so we like to be prepared so that we can get away as soon as the opportunity arises. Here is our go-to list of essentials that we keep with our camping gear so we have all we need for our dog so we can enjoy our camping adventures together. Read the blog post for more information.
The winter is associated with colder weather, sometimes snow, rain and fog; it is not just a cold period for you but also for your four-legged friends. Yes, if it is extremely cold for you, the same goes for your dog. It is a season that poses a risk to your dog, despite their fur which should offer warmth and protection; cold snaps are a thing for them too.
From Dogtime: "[As we] plunge deeper into the cold, dry months of winter, we have to remember to take extra care for our best furry friends. There are plenty of myths about dogs and their abilities to get through winter, but these myths can be misleading and dangerous. It’s important to sort out fact from fiction to make sure our dogs stay safe and healthy in winter." #snowdogs #winterdogs #dogsinwinter #dogcaretips #outdoordogs #dogsinsnow #poochandpoodle
Don't leave behind any dog travel essentials on your next trip! In this post we cover everything you need to pack for your next trip with your pup. Don't forget to download the handy printable checklist to make your travel planning even easier! #dogtravel #dogtravelessentials #dogtravelchecklist #printable #pets #dogs #pettravel
Playing outside in the snow is great fun for dogs, but you do want to make sure your pet is safe from harm. A waterproof collar and leash set is essential. A waterproof collar and leash won’t chafe or chill your dog, and they can be quickly dried with a simple wipe when you come inside. Waterproof leashes also retain their strength and won’t stretch out of shape like other leashes.
Are you planning to go on a trip with your dog? If it's hot weather there are many risks while traveling such as heatstroke. See our post on how to keep a dog cool while traveling. Dog safety tips, summer tips for dogs, dog care tips, tips for dogs, how to prevent heatstroke in dogs. #dogcare #DogOwnerTips #DogHealth #summer
Can you go hiking with a small dog? The short answer is yes. In fact, depending on their energy level, small dogs can make excellent hiking partners. We have taken our small 20 pound rescue on a few easy to moderate trails. But it’s important for you to decide what YOUR DOG can do. Just because ours can doesn’t mean your dog can or is willing to hike with you. To help you decide we have gathered some tips we have used and things you should consider when hiking with a small dog.
Have you been searching for a hunting dog collar designed to survive days of trekking through mud, running water, and brambles? Pupups USA brings you a collar built out of durable material that is waterproof and stink-free. The Adventure Leash matches your dog's collar.
How to Introduce Your Dog to Water Adventures Safely. The best approach is slow and steady to give your best friend the chance to get appropriately acclimated and minimize fear. When introducing your dog to water, avoid crowded beaches or areas where there are a lot of distractions. Being startled by a loud motorboat whizzing past during the learning phase can create an aversion to the water that will be difficult to overcome.
This classic red buffalo plaid design is the perfect combination of all things eye-catchy and classy! The Dirt & Waterproof design is ideal for all the outdoor mischief your four-legged pals can get themselves into, while the stainless steel hardware boasts durability and beauty. This plaid leash is sure to make any tail wag! After a day of mountain climbing a quick rinse in the sink will have your leash as good as new!
12 Tips for Camping with your Dog for the First Time | Looking to camp with your dogs for the first time? Click to read SYDE Road's Ultimate Guide to Camping with Dogs which includes Essential Gear to Pack when Camping with Dogs as well as 12 useful tips to know before camping with your dog such as: 1.Try a dry run sleeping outside in your backyard or for one night first 2.Clip their nails before you go 3.When you first arrive at the camp, walk your dog on a leash around the area
Hiking is one of the most enjoyable outdoor adventures you can have with your dog, but only if you’re adequately prepared. If you routinely take a jog around the block or walk through a city park, you can get by with a standard dog collar and leash set. For longer hikes, you need to put a bit more thought into what you’ll bring along and what your dog needs to be safe and comfortable.