Tag: Ruffwear

Dog Gear Review: Ruffwear Singletrak Pack

Ruffwear Singletrak Pack

Is your furry hiking partner a healthy adult dog? If your dog is a working breed, an athletic dog or just a high-energy dog in general, these are all good reasons for trying a dog backpack. Sometimes I want Xena to help me with carrying gear on our longer hikes. She takes extra water and some

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Hiking With Dogs Summer Essentials

Often, I get asked about Xena’s gear on Instagram so once in awhile I share our gear photo there. Recently, I’ve got questions regarding our summer gear so I thought it would be fun to do one for the summer. Please don’t ask me why the gear on the right is all bunched up when

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Pack Hike to Bridge To Nowhere

A couple of weeks ago we went on a group hike and celebrated our friend Robin’s gotcha day. 8 humans and 8 pups in all sizes, shapes, and colors hiked to Bridge To Nowhere in San Gabriel Mountains. All pups got along so well! I couldn’t ask for a better group to hike with. The

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Summer Hiking Guidelines

Heat exhaustion or heat stroke is very dangerous for pets but sadly I see a lot of people who do not take this seriously on/off the trail. It doesn’t mean we can’t go out and enjoy the outdoors. We just need to be mindful. As pet owners, we are responsible for our pet’s well-being. During the month of July and

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Dog Gear Review: Waterproof Dog Collars

Does your dog love water? Warm weather is approaching. That means water activities will be surely part of your adventures. River, lake, stream, beach or even some pool time! 💦 So many options! Xena’s not quite a water dog yet but loves to, I mean L-O-V-E, to roll in things outside. My favorite collar for Xena has white fabric with black

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Ontario Ridge To Shell Beach Bluff Loop

This may be the best coastal hike we’ve done so far! This hike is in Pismo Beach, CA. You can do this loop either clockwise or counterclockwise. We happened to do it counterclockwise and in the end we were glad we chose to do it this way. If you are like me and have acrophobia,

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