Remember to be checking your dog’s foot pads on warm hikes for blisters and wounds, and begin a conditioning program that eases your pet into the length and duration of your hikes to avoid injuries from the weekend warrior mentality.
It’s rare for me to write about food on Dog Adventures – it’s got to be pretty special for me to post about it. Ivory Coat have just launched a new dog food range Australian Natural Health that is free from fillers, anything artificial and made from 100% quality Aussie produce. They also donate a portion of profits to Aussie Helpers helping drought affected farmers in need. This new range is truly looking out for the best interests of everyone and every dog involved. Check it out here!
Today we have Brigitte Harbrow on the blog, telling us all about her #100happydoggydays campaign to raise awareness of how important it is to keep our dogs fit and healthy by committing to walking them every day for 100 days!