erience. Not the most exciting or eventfulvideo of approach is imporant, not exciting, cuz it’s so privatenot exciting but geology at kalousdian, good for kids”hidden” is sort of true.  you would drive by it!  and literally have never seen anhyone on it.  and not visible from road, so literally hideen.    here… NOW LET’S Ha In

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I’m excited to tell you about 3 daytrip destinations for dog hiking in nature, for those who are looking to add variety to their dog hiking and dog walking routine.  And you can get in touch with nature at the same time! The featured image of this blog shows two pictures (the swan and the Lab

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Knowing how to cope with annoying humans on a dog hike probably seems like common sense to you.  Because you have a brain.  And you respect others.   The incidents I describe below don’t really happen a lot, nor are they “that bad”.  But let’s have some fun anyway and vent a little bit! If my

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Welcome to “3 Musts for Winter Dog Hiking to Keep Your Dog Safe”.  This post is a “warm up” to my complete Winter Dog Hiking and Walking Guide, which is a power-packed, multi-step guide / tutorial and is FREE for a limited time! This warm up (get the irony?  “warm” up…) below in this post, covers the

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3 Ways to find ticks AFTER your dog hike?  I’ll get to that in a sec. A couple of things before we get to the 3 Ways to Find Ticks… One: You don’t have to wait until the hike is done. Keep looking at your dog’s legs, snout, etc. DURING the hike or walk also–and of course your

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