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Dog Hiking Checklist

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Dogs can be great hiking companions. They love to run, jump, climb, and pee on flowers, so the great outdoors offers a lot of excitement. If you're a regular hiker, you probably know how to set up your own day pack, but there are a few extra things you should bring along if your dog is involved. Here's a simple, printable checklist for you to make sure you and your pup are fully prepared before undertaking your next adventure. 

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Snowshoeing with Your Dog: a Great Way to Explore Winter Together

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