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Why and how to go outventuring with dogs.

Chris & Mac of Grey Otter Outventures

Chris & Mac
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With tails wagging and eyes bright, dogs greet outdoor adventures with glee.  Discovering and exploring new territory gives our dogs a fun way to get exercise.  Whether chasing down a new scent or splashing in a stream, dogs teach us the simple joys of nature.



If you’re like us, you love taking your dog on your outventures.  Dogs, like kids, however, can be a hand full and detract from your enjoyment if your dog’s ability doesn’t match the outventure.  That mismatch can be caused by riggor, level of obedience, and/or level of distractions.  It seems like a simple thing to take your dog camping or to hit the trail, but the reality is different.  Understanding and accounting for the challenges in outventuring with your dog will ensure that you both have a great experience.

SAFETY DISCLAIMER:  The activities discussed in this website are outdoor activities and, as such, have inherent risks to which participants are exposed.  It is not the intent of this website, nor is it possible due to the variability of weather, terrain, equipment, and experience, to detail all of those risks.  The information contained in this site is informational, but not instructive nor exhaustive.  It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure he/she is in good health, fully prepared, and fully informed as to dangers before undertaking any of the activities discussed in this website and the user does so at his/her own risk.  The user understands that by using this website he/she acknowledges and accepts all risks associated with use of information from this website and participation in any particular activity addressed herein.  Please see “Terms of Use” for additional information.

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