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dog hikes, dog hiking, what to take on a dog hike -

There is a difference between taking your dog on a neighborhood walk that might last an hour, versus driving to a trailhead where you are far from lots of conveniences. For the purposes of this list, I’m talking about what to take when on a hike in the outdoors where you might (hopefully) see wildlife, may or may not see other dogs/humans and really need to be self-sufficient.   #1 Food. #2 Water When going on a hike, even if it won’t be setting records, in other words it might be modest in your mind, some amount of nutritional resources,...

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dog poop, dog poop compost, dog poop composting, dog poop management, human vs dog poop, sustainable dog poop practices -

Dog poop is as dirty as human poop and we need to start acting like it is. We need to manage dog poop and not leave it in yards, on sidewalks and trails. Management is needed.

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If we take a small part of the fairy definition from the Webster Dictionary = a mythical being of folklore usually having diminutive human form and magic powers, then add it to the Webster poop definition = the act of defecating, we end up with this hybrid Poop Fairy = someone with magical powers dealing with crappy situations. Are you such a mythical person?  While this idea of someone arriving and dealing with all dog shiz is fun and entertaining, it rarely (read never) happens. As a result we are left to the regular efforts of mere humans. This begs the question, do you pick up after your...

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dog exercise, dog walks -

Dogs need more exercise than many dog owners realize. This is a blog post that describes what different types of dogs need.

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walk your dog -

The benefits to the dog and human who go on walks together.

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