Man’s Best Adventure Friend
We recently returned from the Keweenaw and had the opportunity for the first time to take Bear, our Great Pyrenees- German Shepard Dog, up the backside of Cliff Drive. It is a strong, solid hike towards the top, nice and steep, with some boulder hopping during the last bit. The reward is a great view…
Peace and Quiet
A Pyr on a Pier
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.
What’s in your mirror?
One of the most rewarding parts of having an Adventure Dog is bringing your canine along to share in the fun. We get great satisfaction of watching our “Bear” enjoy and explore nature which compelled us to do some research on his winter travels with us into the deep freeze of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. So…