The Evolution of the Moab Lite Dog Backpack: Progression of Prototypes
This pack had it all: it was now highly reflective after using reflective tape along the whole perimeter of the pack in addition to the two reflective stripes, the straps along the shoulder were maximally adjustable ensuring proper fit for a wide range of dog sizes and shapes, and furthermore, everything looked good.
Ticks and Tick Bites: Critical Information for You and Your Pets
Families and individuals looking forward to some outdoor summer recreation should not forget to protect themselves and their pets against bug bites — tick bites in particular. It’s not just that finding a tick latched onto you is gross and the bite painful or uncomfortable — getting bitten by a tick can pose real dangers for both humans and animals. So it’s important to know what your risks are, and what to do to prevent the likelihood of a bite.
A Case for a Smaller Capacity Dog Backpack
Keep in mind that dogs aren’t meant to carry heavy loads, and their physique and preference for trotting/running gaits already put them at a disadvantage. With that in mind, anything that I cannot fit into my pup’s pack, I will happily pack myself. I would much rather take the added weight myself than risk hurting Thunder dog, especially now that he’s getting up there in age.
Camping Safety Tips for You and Your Pup
Camping with your favorite canine can be an amazing experience for you both, but it’s important to know the basics before you hit the trails. Now that you know what you need to do, you’re ready to explore the great outdoors together. Enjoy!
CPR on Dogs: A Guide to Emergency CPR for Your Pet
Before beginning, remember that if you find yourself in this situation, it is extremely important to remain calm and cerebral—your dog’s life might depend on your ability to stay lucid and work your way through these steps.
Mohawks & Motorcycles: Lonely Days on the Road Again
Ultralight Fabric and Why Your Dog Needs It
A person who weighs 150 pounds (68 kg) will stress over the addition of even a few ounces here or there. Your average sized dog is only about a third the size of a 150 pound person. To a 50 pound (22 kg) dog, those extra few ounces here and there count for three times as much as a percentage of their overall size. If anyone should be hauling the extra weight, it’s the human.