As with most adventure dog owners, we strive to bring equal parts enjoyment, safety, and comfort to our canine companions. Whether that be harnesses for added visibility, paw and eye protection for harsh environments, or packs to carry EDC items, preparation is key for any extended duration in the wilderness. Milo and I are product … Continue reading Prototype – Whyld River Doggy Bag
Okay well, I mean camping with one canine, Milo, but these kinds of outdoor adventures are what we adopted him for in the first place. Below I’ll outline the 10 Essential Systems that we bring along for the humans on camping trips and also the essentials that we bring along for Milo in the next … Continue reading Camping with Canines – Human Essentials
One of the most important parts of dog ownership is to expose your dog to new things, even if they might be slightly uncomfortable, so that they can grow.
Part II The National Park Service created the BARK Ranger Program as a way to help enable people and their canines to enjoy the outdoors together. Started in 2015, two of the flagship sites are Olympic National Park in Washington and Montezuma Castle National Monument in Arizona. Check your local NPS locations for information and potentially … Continue reading BARK Principles
Beyond “Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints” Part I Most of us are subconsciously aware that we should be respectful while in nature. But most are not sure of how certain actions can cause a ripple effect in natural areas. This is Part 1 of 2, outlining of the Seven Principles of Leave … Continue reading Leave No Trace
Join us on our journey to Marmot Pass, the first backpacking trip of 2018.
Do you have a high drive, strong, and intelligent dog who has a mind of his own? Does she pull horribly and takes you on walks instead of the other way around? Are you a petite woman or feel like you're building one bicep from trying to control your dog? If any of these resonate … Continue reading The Evolution of Milo: Journey to Loose Leash Walking