Take an easy-to-carry dog water bottle when you are out and about to keep your dog’s thirst quenched Remember if you are thirsty, your dog is thirsty.
Kayak with your dog: Keep your dog safe by getting a life jacket making sure there’s enough space in the kayak for your pup.
To get a dog life vest that fits, be sure you know your dog’s height, weight, and girth. A vest that is too small, too big, or too long can dangerous.
Take your dog camping. Find a dog-friendly campground and be sure to pack the right dog camping accessories. Bring along your dog’s food and a travel bowl.
Biking with your dog is fun. Use our tips to plan a long-term cycle touring with your pet to make sure your trip is fun and cozy.
Take steps to hike with your dog. Protect paws, bring water, don’t forget the leash and make sure your dog is healthy and in good shape for the hike.
Use our dog camping safety guide to bring everything you’ll need to ensure you and your dog have a safe, fun outdoor adventure.
As a dog owner, trail lover, and horseback rider, I’ve devised some dog trail etiquette suggestions. First of all, obey the leash laws.
The best way to prepare for dog hiking trips is to take your dog on long daily walks to ensure she is healthy and able to handle the strain of hiking.