Ultimate SUP Pup Safety List
Posted by Jason Paul on 10th October 2017
The sport of stand up paddle boarding (SUP) has exploded in popularity over the past few years, and thousands of dog owners have discovered how much fun it is to bring their pups along for a paddle! Despite the fact that paddle boarding is a safe sport, there are some important safety tips to keep in mind before paddling out with your four-legged friend.
Please share this important message with other dog owners, as many are completely unaware of these incredibly important SUP safety precautions. Enjoy this infographic and other SUP information from InflatableBoarder.com!
In addition to reviewing inflatable paddle boards and SUP gear over at Inflatable Boarder, Jason is a SUP safety advocate who educates paddlers on how to avoid injuries and accidents while out on the water. Jason currently lives in beautiful Panama with his wife and two small children.
Trying to decide which is better for your dog—a collar or a harness? The short answer is: You may need both. It really depends on the size and temperament of your dog and what it takes to maintain safe control of him.
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