If your dog is happier climbing mountain trails or running through 3 feet of fresh snow than lying around on the couch all day, then chances are you’re a fan of high-tech dog gear. We’ve gathered some of the neatest stuff around for outdoorsy pups like yours. Here are just a few of our favorite things for dogs who are not afraid to get their paws muddy.
A “dogonomically” correct saddlebag-style pack for your four-legged hiking companion. This pack was even designed with the input of a sled dog veterinarian.
If the idea of putting on skis and being towed across the snow by your dog sounds like heaven to you, then get started skijoring with this padded and adjustable harness.
These heavy-duty dog boots will protect your dog’s legs and paws from the harshest winter weather. They’ll even protect them from your ski edges.
If your dog loves the water, then make sure to pick up one of these Surf N Turf vests. They can be used as both a life jacket and a waterproof shell when the flotation part is removed.
Don’t leave home for a long hike without some dog treats that are packed with energy to keep your dog going all day long. These treats contain beta carotene-rich pumpkin, apricot, sweet potato, squash, and carrot.
The fun doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down if you have this bright LED dog collar cover. It’s lightweight and weather-resistant and has both flashing and steady light modes.
Your dog can have a tent of his very own when you go on your next camping trip. This one comes with its own storage bag, is water-resistant, and has mesh on 3 sides for ventilation.
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