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A Tip for Hiking with Your Dog

August 15, 2011
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We love hiking with our beloved pooches. We get to share the outdoors with a pet that is part of our family. However, there are those that don’t feel the same way about dogs and you never know if you will encounter someone on the trail that does not see them as a friend. Be courteous and keep a leash with you to keep hiking a pleasant experience for everyone on the trail.

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Hiking With Your Dog

September 9, 2010
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Hiking with your dog not only provides a great bonding time but also keeps your pet happy and healthy. Here are some great safety tips on making that hiking time an enjoyable and safe one.

13 Tips for Dog Friendly Hiking

The tag should have your cell phone number and any other information that someone might need if they find your dog. Here’s what we put on Ty and Buster’s tags. 9 – Watch out if it’s hunting season. Take extra precaution when hiking

Publish Date: 08/20/2010 3:00

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Safety Tips When Hiking With your Dog

There are a few things you should be aware of and you have to take responsibility as so to protect your dog from being hurt or even killed. Below are a few risks associated with taking your dog out hiking or traveling other outdoor …

Publish Date: 08/29/2010 22:29

http://fidoscityguide.com/info/2010/08/30/safety-tips-when-hiking-with-your-dog/

Hot dog! Prevent heatstroke and heat injuries in your pets.

If you take your dog walking, hiking, or running, don’t overwork him as this can cause heatstroke. If your dog shows signs of heat stroke get into air conditioning as soon as possible. Some of the signs include uncontrollable panting, …

Publish Date: 05/27/2010 10:29

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Hiking Tips: Hiking With Your Dog

June 22, 2010
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Many of us have a furry friend and take them to a dog park for exercise and fun. Why not try something different and take a hike? Here are some tips you need to know before you take your dog hiking.

Hiking With Your Dog : Critter Minute – Natural Dog Products & Fun

Before you decide to take your dog out hiking make sure your dog is healthy enough and fit enough to enjoy a hike. If your dog is not very fit you can start with short excursions from home and gradually work up to long hikes though the …

Publish Date: 06/18/2010 13:14

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Dog-Friendly Outdoor Adventures « The Bark

To make the most out of your hiking experience, keep in mind the following trail-etiquette tips (from The Appalachian Trail Conservancy): Do not allow your pet to chase wildlife. Leash your dog around water sources and in sensitive …

Publish Date: 06/18/2010 16:13

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5 Tips for Camping with Your Dog | EcoSalon

Hiking Tips. There are extra considerations if you’re hiking: If you expect your dog to carry his own food or water, incorporate the pack into your daily walks a few weeks before the trip. Start with an empty pack and slowly build up to …

Publish Date: 06/17/2010 14:38

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