Tag: pet care

#TrailTip Tuesday: Sappy Paws

Hiking With Dog

It happens when you hike among the trees. It can be extremely uncomfortable if tree sap gets on your dog’s fur between the toes. The sap picks up all the tiny debris it touches and glues everything together between the toes. Here you can see two of Xena’s toes are stuck together. Small debris gets wedged

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Dog Boots, Everything You Need To Know

adventure dog photography

The #1 question I get via email and social media is about Xena’s boots. I wrote about it here and there in the past. But I think now it’s time to put everything together in one post. So, let’s get started. Do dogs need boots for hiking? It is essential to let your dog hike

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Fish Hook Days Are Over!

It’s gone!!!! She had another x-ray yesterday and the fish hook was gone! It looks like Xena’s stomach acid eventually broke it down to little pieces and she was able to pass them naturally. She doesn’t need a surgery after all! I am so thankful that there was no complication during this process. I had

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Whatever Wednesday: Operation

I turned around expecting to see her where she was sitting and watching me moments ago. Apparently, while I was taking photos at the summit, Xena joined a new pack of humans. While her survival instinct was unmistakably strong, her loyalty was questionable.  It looked as though she had her eyes on me the whole

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Pet Fooled: Interview with Kohl Harrington

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of meeting Kohl Harrington, the director and writer of the documentary Pet Fooled. The meeting was unplanned and the venue wasn’t right for me to ask a bunch of questions even though I wanted to. Luckily, Kohl was happy to do an interview for the blog at a later time. The

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