How to Introduce Your Dog to Water Adventures Safely

Whether you’re an avid boater, kayaker, or swimmer, bringing your dog along to enjoy your adventures adds to the fun. While some dogs are natural-born swimmers, all dogs should be introduced to water slowly so they can get used to it. Rivers, lakes, and oceans can be enjoyable for our pets but also present genuine…

Road Tripping with Rover: Safe Travel Tips for Your Dog

If your dog is your companion through every adventure, you undoubtedly take them along on road trips. Whether you’re traveling in a beat-up Volkswagen bug or crossing the country in a luxury motorhome, there are a few precautions you need to take to ensure your faithful friend’s safety and comfort on the road. See Your…

Types of Dog Collars: Best Collars for Dogs Who Love the Outdoors

If you’re reading this, you’re probably curious about dog collars. You may be filled to the brim with questions like, “what are the different types of dog collars?” Or perhaps, “which dog collar is the best for a pup who loves to run and splash in the great outdoor terrain with me?” Well friends, today,…

Five Great Reasons to Buy Your Dog a Waterproof Collar and Leash

Your best friend deserves all the good things, especially if she’s an adventure hound who loves to go kayaking, boating, or hiking with you. These activities strengthen the bond between you and your dog while keeping her fit and exercised. But all those doggy water sports and frolicking through muddy areas can destroy accessories like…

Types of dog leashes: Choosing the best leash for your adventurous dog

Oh, hello there, fellow dog parents. Today, our topic at hand is how to choose the best leash for your dog—specifically, with a focus on dogs who love exploring the great outdoors. With so many types of dog leashes out there, it can be difficult trying to pick the right one for your four-legged pal. …

Hiking with Your Dog – Be Prepared

Hiking is one of the most enjoyable outdoor adventures you can have with your dog, but only if you’re adequately prepared. If you routinely take a jog around the block or walk through a city park, you can get by with a standard dog collar and leash set. For longer hikes, you need to put…