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Grip Trex™ Dog Boots
all-terrain paw wear
Front Range® Dog Harness
padded, everyday adventure
Front Range™ Day Pack
Quencher™ Packable Dog Bowl
packable food and water bowl
Bivy™ Collapsible Dog Bowl
ultralight, collapsible, waterproof
Switchbak™ Double-Ended Dog Leash
Switchbak™ Dog Harness
harness with pockets
Hitch Hiker™ Leash
portable hitch & leash combo
Crag™ Reflective Dog Collar
Crag™ Reflective Dog Leash
adjustable, hand-held, waist-worn
Web Master™ Dog Harness with Handle
lightweight, flexible flying disc
Pack Out Bag™
holds full dog poop bags
Swamp Cooler™ Cooling Neck Gaiter
cooling dog neck gaiter
The Beacon™ Dog Safety Light
high performance safety light
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How To Hike With Your Dog
Dogs are happy to tag along on any hike. With a bit of preparation, the right gear, and a bit of that eagerness to explore that comes so naturally to our furry trail buddies, you’ll be en route to a good time hiking together.EXPLORE »
Dogs are happy to tag along on any hike. With a bit of preparation, the right gear, and a bit of that eagerness to explore that comes so naturally to our furry trail buddies, you’ll be en route to a good time hiking together.
Hiking Day Packs for Dogs
Is it a harness or a pack? It's both, thanks to low-profile zippered pockets and room for pick-up bags, a packable bowl, boots, and other small items.
Trail Runner™ Hydration Vest
A low-profile hydration vest that comes with water bladders and room for a packable bowl and small essentials.
Front Range® Day Pack
Carries hiking necessities like boots, bowls, first-aid, and a back-up jacket just in case.
More Resources for Hiking with Dogs
How To Find Dog-Friendly Trails
We’ve got your quick-start guide to finding dog-friendly trails in your neck of the woods (or wherever you’re headed next). Grab your leash, round up your pup, and let’s hit the trail.
Leave No Trace: Dog Edition
Hiking with your dog has an impact on the environment and wildlife. Learn easy ways to keep the stoke high while minimizing our impact with a canine twist on Leave No Trace’s 7 Principles.
How to Become an Adventure Dog
Every dog has an inner explorer just waiting to get out there with their human. We’re here to help with some useful tips and essential gear for getting both you and your pup adventure-ready.
Frequently Asked Questions
With the right preparation and planning, yes, you can set you and your dog up to have a blast hiking together. We always recommend checking in with your vet if you're just getting started to cover any questions you might have specific to your dog's health.
It's best to keep the total carrying weight (including thepackand its contents) under 25% of your dog's body weight. You will want to go even lighter if your dog is just getting used to the pack. And, as always, it's a great idea to check in with your vet to make sure your dog is old enough or healthy enough to wear a pack.
Example: A 45-pound (20-kg) dog's pack should weigh no more than 11.25 pounds (5 kg) including food, water, gear, and the pack itself.
Leave No Trace are our go-to pros on this topic, and they recommend that dog waste be packed out in poop bags.