This article received a DWAA nomination, February 2013! There are more tips than this, but these are the Top 10
This is the final post in this series. Happy and safe hiking! tip #6 – Right of Ways – when
The best first aid tip I ever received was, “be prepared & prevent accidents with good choices”. And it should
When hiking with your dog you don’t need a lot of gear, in fact I prefer lite hiking. But you
Just because you live near a trail doesn’t necessarily make it the right trail choice for you and your dog.
As in everything, it’s important to practice skills before you need them. Preparing yourself and your dog for an enjoyable
For the next week or so I am going to be posting hiking tips for our dog/owner teams. Success on