http://middletown.elpulpotapasbar.com/?p=13 Hiking Runyon Canyon before it rains…hopefully keeps them from going too stir crazy today. This hiking train in Los Angeles saves me with the young pups energy – the trail is off-leash and wears them out. It’s also good exercise for me (the human) – so really a win win.
Ironically I have slipped hiking right by this sign a few times:
Who’s this guy?
Aubry owning it:
Ease your dog into the routine of hiking. If you want your pet to carry some of the load, start off by having him or her wear a pack around the house, then on short walks, then longer walks.
You should also start with lighter loads. It’s safe to work to up to one-third of your dog’s weight if your dog is in healthy physical condition. For dogs who are older or in poor physical condition, consider leaving them at home with friends, They’ll be much happier… and safer, too.