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.
Thunder Nearly Gets Us Killed by a Bear (The First Time)
Are Dog Backpacks Safe?
It is necessary to properly assess whether it is ok for your dog to wear a backpack and how much weight they can safely carry. In this article, we outline a few important considerations to consult with your veterinarian about.
Why Use a Dog Backpack?
We are excited to be introducing our first product: the Moab Lite doggo daypack. It is the first waterproof, ultralight, and form fitting dog backpack on the market and offers some new features that we believe improve on what is currently offered. Whether you’re new to the trail or a seasoned veteran of wet dogs in a dry tent and skunk blasts at bedtime (not again, Thunder!), we are excited to present a new weapon in the realm of outdoor K9 gear.
My Dog Tore his CCL (ACL): His Journey to Full Recovery
Within 4 months, Thunder was virtually indistinguishable from pre-surgery. Now he runs and plays and spins in circles like he used to when he was a little puppy, despite him turning 12 this month! It makes me so happy to see him back to his normal shenanigans. We go on long hikes again through the Swiss Alps, and only at the end of a long day do you notice a cheeky little wobble in his back hips as he still favors his stronger leg. The surgery might have set us back a little, but you can’t put a price on Thunder’s joy and ability to play outside. He’s a mountain dog after all, and it warms my heart to know he is back playing in those mountains he loves.