Tuesday’s Tip

How you start is going to be the outcome of your Adventure Dog. The Gear Guys recommended talking with your veterinarian and reading up on your dog breed’s hips, exercise and nutrition . Too much exercise too soon can ruin a dog’s hips from proper development as well as inhibit longer hikes in the future.

Tuesday’s Tip

Protecting Adventure Dog’s paws for city, wintery walks:   Massaging petroleum jelly or other paw protectants into paw pads before going outside can help protect from salt and chemical agents. Booties provide even more coverage and can also prevent sand and salt from getting lodged between bare toes and causing irritation.     

Happy Thanksgiving – What are you thankful for?

The Gear Guys are thankful for you, our readers and followers, as we really enjoy sharing our adventures with you.  Thank-you for following along with us as we explore and learn what the best gear is to get home and alive!   Gear Dad is very thankful for Gear Mom! Visit her blog here Savurbks.com She is…

Adventure Dog!

With late fall recently arriving in the Midwest, our mountain dog is awakening to the fact his adventure season has arrived. Now don’t get me wrong, our Great Pyrenees-German Shepherd mix is more then happy to tag along during the summer months but when you have a fur coat as thick as a polar bear…