First Aid for GI upset during hikes, camping trips, and travel
Self Reliance in a Complacent Society
National Dog Day. A perspective piece.
If you have a question your dog's mouth might have the answer.
Adventure Dog Health Starts With Good Oral Hygiene
Did you forget that your dog’s head is attached to the rest of his body? Your dog’s oral health is a big part of his overall well-being.
Today we are going to discuss oral hygiene and periodontal disease in adventure dogs. Because it is easy to forget about what’s going on in their mouths – and what’s going on in their mouths can have a direct impact on their health.
Should my pup drink that? How to tell if water sources are safe.
Why You Need Unconventional Canine First Aid Education
Doggy Hypochondriacism: Two solutions NO ONE talks about
The Five most Common Trail Dog Ailments
Three effective ways to get your dog eating again on road trips
Three reasons your dog isn't eating on a road trip
Worry about your dog? Me too. Let's do something about it.
Raise your hand if you have EVER worried about your dog for ANY reason. I get you. I have been there. If you are reading this right now, chances are that your worries surrounding your dog and his or her wellbeing can sometimes seem endless.
Now imagine yourself in a completely different mindset surrounding your dog’s well-being. Imagine eliminating or dramatically reducing the fears, stresses, and anxiety that come when we explore the outdoors with our dogs. Can you imagine how freeing that would be? Can you see and feel yourself being fearless in your explorations with your dog? Can you imagine the potential to have the absolute knowing and confidence that you can handle ANY situation?
You might be asking, yeah that sounds great but how on earth do I get there?