Gear and Food for Adventure Dogs

June 30, 2016

By OutdoorsNW staff

 

1000 Denier Cordura Booties

The best way to protect your adventure dog’s paws from hot, rocky or abrasive surfaces is with the 1000 Denier Cordura Booties by DogBooties.com.

Made with Cordura’s high-quality backpack-tough material, these booties are lightweight, breathable and water resistant. Retail: $3 per bootie

Kyjen Ripstop Dog Jacket

Dogs love water and summer swimming is here. Keep your pooch safe with the Outward Hound Kyjen Ripstop Dog Jacket. With a tough and convenient top-grab handle for easy lift by hand or by boat hook, this quick release easy-fit adjustable life preserver for pups helps keep Fido’s head above water. Retail: $22

Cascade Pack

While roaming with Rover it helps when he carries his own food and water. The toughest pack on the market is the Northwest-made Cascade Pack by FidoGear. Designed for hiking and urban walking, this durable pack features large compartments and adjustable straps for a custom fit. Constructed of 1000-denier Cordura fabric, industrial strength buckles, zippers and steel D-rings, this pack includes a padded saddle for Rover’s comfort. Retail: Prices begin at $25

Power Bones

Your adventure pooch will love Zuke’s Power Bones, not because they are natural energy bites for active dogs, or because they are chock-full of healthy antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Your power pup won’t even notice that they are a nutritious snack and are wheat, corn and soy-free. The reason your dog will be doing all kinds of tricks is because these treats are protein-packed with real flavors like chicken, beef or peanut butter. Retail: One 6-ounce bag $4.50