Outventure with Dogs for Adventure

Dogs - tips for successful adventures

What better reason do we have to OUTventure with our dogs than for adventure?  When we ask if they want to “go” with us, the answer is always a resounding YES!!

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What better reason do we have to OUTventure with our dogs than for adventure?  When we ask if they want to “go” with us, the answer is always a resounding YES!!

Dogs embrace outside time, and they love to join us on OUTventures, eager and ready to explore.  They run, jump, chase, and roll around with glee.  With ears, eyes and noses perpetually alert, outdoor adventures are stimulating and invigorating.  Witness the dog on the trail, eager to share the adventure with eyes bright, ears upright, and head alternately lifting nose skyward and returning it to the earth.  Our dogs scan everything and everywhere for sound and movement, be it prey or predator.

Everything is absorbed with an innate passion that is uniquely dog.  Dogs in their prime gracefully and gleefully bound up rocks, leap over obstacles, wade through streams, and we marvel at their abilities.  Even older dogs who haven’t the vigor and strength of youth will “come alive” as they join you at a pace that is comfortable for them.

On an OUTventure, dogs passionately embrace and absorb.  The stimulation keeps their spirits high.  Their enthusiasm is infectious and entertaining.  Your pup will help you see the world through a different lens as they explore.  Let them join you on your adventure and watch as they passionately and wholeheartedly escort you on THEIR adventure.

© 2019 Grey Otter Outventures, Inc.
© 2019 Grey Otter Outventures, Inc.
© 2019 Grey Otter Outventures, Inc.

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