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Camping tips: How to enjoy the great outdoors with your dog
For many dog lovers, no trip is complete without the companionship of your four-legged best friends, including adventures in the great outdoors. We have advice and packing guides to make your camping trip safe and fun.Read more

Police officer saves thirsty dog after it tumbles into Lake Michigan

CHICAGO — A Chicago police officer rescued a dog Tuesday morning after it fell into Lake Michigan, according to WGN.
Two Chicago police officers were called to the scene of a traffic accident involving four cars on North Lake Shore Drive.Read more

Tips for keeping your dog safe this summer
Summer is finally here and my husband and I are so happy. We have new dog member in our family by the name of Porsche, and we are looking forward to spending to spending as much time as possible with her. She’s super friendly with every person, dog, cat or bird she meets. She enjoys swimming so we hope to take her to the beach as often as possible.Read more

Tips for hiking and camping with your dog
Nearly everyone likes to take their canine best friend out into the wilderness with them for either a day hike or some overnight camping. But first, practice a few dry runs to train your pup so that you both come out alive.Read more

How to Introduce a Puppy to the Outdoors

The first few weeks after you bring a new puppy home are the most important weeks of his life. So, if you want to turn that puppy into an adventure dog, you’ll need to take him on an adventure during that time. My girlfriend, Virginia, and I just did that with our new puppy, Bowie. Here’s how you can do the same.Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Hiking With Your Dog in Colorado

Coloradans love their dogs and love taking them outdoors. Adventures abound near Denver and all around the state, whether it be mountains, foothills, sand dunes or plains, and taking our animal counterparts with us should be an enjoyable experience.Read more

9 essential tips for hiking with small dogs
If you have a small dog, you may wonder if they should come along with you on your hikes. The quick answer is absolutely yes. These little dogs may be short, but they can adventure with the best of them! Indeed, corgis, Shetland sheep dogs, Jack Russell terriers and other short-statured dogs are listed by Outside magazine as some of the top active breeds to join you on your outdoor adventures. Read more

Traveling With Your Dogs
Often I go camping throughout the United States with my Girls, typically staying at State and National campgrounds; sometimes even at BLM property where one will find less developed camping areas. I always have extra food and water on hand should we find ourselves somewhere magical far away from any conveniences of society.Read more

The Beginner’s Guide to Hiking With Dogs

Make Fido’s next trip doggie heaven with our tips on finding pooch-friendly trails, loading a dog pack, and treating injuries.Read more

How to hike with your dog: Tips, rules and great gear
Now that spring has sprung, many of us have itchy feet to be outside hiking and enjoying the great outdoors. And that goes for our four-legged best friends, too. Hiking safely and responsibly with your dog is a little more involved than just hopping out of the car and setting loose on a trail. This advice will get you ready to tackle the trail with your dog, and teach you how to be socially and environmentally conscious while hiking. Read more

Pups and Peaks — 7 Dog Friendly Hikes to Enjoy in Whatcom County
It’s good to be a dog in Whatcom County. Not only do we have an abundance of off-leash parks, but our trail system is extensive and diverse. Winter or summer — rain or shine — we’ve got dog-accessible trails for every occasion. Read more

It’s Hot Out There! How to Keep Your Dog Safe as the Temperatures Climb
It’s hot. So hot that planes weren’t even flying out of Phoenix this week. And while you might be uncomfortable, your dogs definitely are — think of wearing little fur coats in this heat!
According to PEOPLE’s Pet Vet, Dr. Evan Antin, dogs can easily overheat, but there are ways to get ahead of any trouble.Read more

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