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How to Start Skijoring and Bikejoring With Your Dog
If you’re looking for a fun new way to get outside and have an adventure with your dog, you might want to check out skijoring (if you’re into snow sports) or bikejoring (if you’re a cyclist). In these two “mushing” sports, you and your dog are connected by a tether so that your dog can help pull you to beautiful places. It’s a great way to cover a lot of terrain, obey local leash laws, and learn to work together. The best part is, virtually any healthy dog that weighs at least 30 pounds can try it.
How to Keep Your Dog’s Four on the Floor with Visitors at the Door
No one wants their rambunctious pup knocking over grandma when she comes over to visit. We want our dogs to be happy to greet people while also minding their manners. Dog trainer Amber Pickren provides tips on how to help your dog properly welcome guests into your home.
Helping Your Dog Become a Perfect Outdoor Companion
There’s nothing better than having a canine adventure buddy, but where do you start? Before you explore the great outdoors with your dog, it’s important to understand their natural instincts and make sure you have a training plan in place. Here are some tips on preparing your pup for a lifetime of adventures with you!
Training the Ultimate “Crag Dog”
One of the best commands to teach your adventure buddy is “on your bed.” This is a great skill for “crag dogs” — pups that will stay put while their people are rock climbing. Read tips and watch a video by dog trainer Amber Pickren on how to teach your dog the “on your bed” command and use it for any outdoor activity where you don’t want your pup to wander, such as while climbing, camping or fishing.
7 Ways to Hike With Your Dog Off Leash (And Not Be a Jerk)
Public trails can sometimes resemble a battlefield. How can the dog-fearing mountain biker and Susie’s gaggle of mountaineer pugs coexist? As with most raging debates in the hiking community, the solution doesn’t have to be that hard. (Hint: Everything can be resolved with mutual respect. In short, don’t be self-centered.)
Trail Etiquette 101: Training Tips for Off-Leash Adventures With Your Dog
Before hitting the trail with your pup, here are some general tips to help your training skills meet your adventure-seeking goals.
Trail Etiquette 101: 4 Tips for Safe Encounters With Off-Leash Dogs on the Trail
What do you do when you encounter unruly, off-leash dogs on the trail? Dog trainer Amber Pickren shares some tips to help keep everyone safe.
Packing Essentials for Outdoor Adventures With Your Dog
Before you hit the trail, read our handy checklist of recommended gear to pack for you and your pup, which we wrote with our friends at Osprey Packs.
How to Prep and Pack for Spontaneous Adventures With Your Dog
Sometimes travel plans aren’t what they call “well planned,” or planned at all. Often I find the best trips are the ones that blossom at 4 o’clock on a Friday. Those last-minute adventures are what my dog Norman and I live for! Though spontaneous trips don’t offer a lot of time or options for preparation, the following are tips we’ve learned along the way for making an “on the whim” trip go smoothly.