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Which Camping is Best for Your Dog: Backcountry Camping, Car Camping or “Glamping”?
The range of camping experiences is as varied as our dogs’ personalities. Of course, most dogs love the outdoors, but all of our dogs are individuals. Learn which type of camping is right for you and your pup.
Hot Dogs: Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke in Dogs
Summertime offers a plethora of outdoor activities to enjoy with our dogs. But with rising temperatures, a fun day outside can quickly become uncomfortable and dangerous to your pet. Learn about the signs and treatment of heat exhaustion and heat stroke in dogs, as well as other warm-weather cautions from veterinarian Dr. Jen Deming.
Summer Fun Safety Guide: Staying Safe on the Trails
Dr. Jen Deming offers a veterinarian’s perspective on how to keep your dog happy and healthy all summer long.
Summer Fun Safety Guide: Staying Safe at Home
Summer should be about enjoying the sunny skies, the warm evenings, and spending quality time with those you love. By being cautiously aware of potential dangers to your dog, you should be able to enjoy the season to its fullest. This post touches on things to keep in mind when enjoying the great outdoors with your pup — even when that’s in your own backyard!
How to Share Paddleboarding Adventures With Your Pup
Stand up paddleboarding (SUPing) is a great workout for dogs, and it works on impulse control and focus in different situations. It also builds confidence and teamwork skills between you and your pup. Here’s an outline to help you get started!
6 Tips for Road Tripping With Your Dog
Our #zukespack friend, Alison Turner, learned early on that freedom consists of long road trips and camping, which is why she spends most of her time traveling in her van with her rescue dog Max. In this post, Alison shares some valuable advice about road tripping with your pup that she’s learned along the way.
Training Tips for Road Tripping With Your Dog
Road trips are a great way to get out and see new parts of the country. With endless miles of road to explore, why not explore it with your dog? With some planning ahead, training, and the right supplies, you can have a fun-filled, memorable road trip with your dog.
Rescued Dogs Help Protect Endangered Species as Conservation Canines
Conservation Canines is a program of the University of Washington’s Center for Conservation Biology. Their talented team of handlers train rescue dogs to help researchers collect information about threatened and endangered species. By fostering a culture of learning and mutual trust, the keen canine nose is working in service to science. Learn more about this amazing group through the story of two incredible rescue dogs, Sampson and Chester.