Camping is the best. Wait. No. Dogs are the best. And bringing your dog camping is even better.
Here at The Dyrt, we have a hard time containing our love for dogs, and we seldom try. That’s why we have a whole page dedicated to the dogs you bring camping.
Since so many of you are bringing your adorable dog-friends to campgrounds, we decided it was about time to put our heads together, do some research, share some stories, and gather the advice and tips that make camping with dogs more fun, safe, and all-around awesome.
The Dyrt Magazine Issue 02: Bring Your Dog Camping
Welcome to the second issue of The Dyrt Magazine, in which we celebrate the joy of camping with our four-legged hiking partners, weekend besties, sleeping bag snugglers, and s’more stealers: our camping dogs.
Alex Borsuk on How to Raise an Adventure Puppy
Endurance athlete and dietician Alex Borsuk shares how she’s training her adventure puppy, Otto, to join her for running, skiing, hiking, and more. Get in the know and raise your pup to its best potential! Click here to read. Read Article
The 5 Least Friendly National Parks for Dogs + Where to Camp Instead
5 Common Trail Dangers That Could Kill Your Dog
7 Active Dog Breeds for Your Outdoorsy Lifestyle
12 Camping Dogs Who Stole Our Hearts on Instagram
The Unexpected Challenge of a Not-So-Adventurous Puppy
Even More Camping With Dogs
Because you can’t get enough dog love, and neither can we, here are some more articles we’ve written about camping with dogs:
- A little camping with dogs etiquette goes a long way in making the experience better for everyone.
- We can’t predict the weather, but we can keep this raincoat for dogs on hand.
- Finally! A camping blanket that our dog’s hair won’t stick to.
- This dog gear wishlist is from last year, but we’re still drooling over it.
- Check out some of our favorite photos of The Dyrt campers and their dogs.
- Our dogs love these treats. And we love our dogs. So they get a lot of treats.
Join the Dog-Friendly Campfire on Facebook for conversations and community with fellow dog-loving campers.