Dog Gear

Ruffwear Singletrak Pack
McCarthy, Chris
I’m in the mountains a lot, running a trail, bagging a peak, or shooting a grouse. Typically, my dog Seamus is with me, but rarely by my side. His off-trail adventures generally leave him thirsty and me short of water—but not anymore. Read more >>
RuffWear Approach Pack
Tucker, David
Most dogs that love trails love accomplishing tasks. That’s why it’s nice having my lab Hank carry his own load in his Approach Pack from Ruffwear. He gets a sense of pride out of the responsibility. Read more >>
Adventure Medical Dog First Aid
Tucker, David
Dogs need first-aid same as people, in fact moreso in many cases. Now that Adventure Medical Kits makes the Me & My Dog Series, you get what you need for people and pooches, all in one package. Read more >>
ZUKE'S Power Bones
Tucker, David
We all need to pound calories if we’re going to be pounding trail, and our dogs are no different. During the hot Montana summer, they’ll be burning energy at a high rate, which is why I’m glad I have Zuke’s Power Bones to keep Hank going strong all day. Read more >>
Ruffwear Dog Beds
Tucker, David
Sleeping gear for dogs. Read more >>
Ruffware PFD doggie lifejacket
Howlett, David
My little dog Brutus goes almost everywhere with me, including many waterborne adventures. He swims well, but he’s getting older, so I decided it was time for a life-vest. But it ain’t easy finding a PFD that fits an eight-pound Chihuahua (please, don’t judge—there’s an explanation). Read more >>
dogs, Skookum, Outside Bozeman, Montana
McCarthy, Chris
I’m often envious of my dog: breakfast, nap, walk, nap, play, nap, dinner, nap. His is a lifestyle I could definitely tolerate. But now it’s gotten truly ridiculous—my dog sleeps on a better bed than mine. Read more >>
pets, Outside Bozeman, Montana
McCarthy, Chris
Training your hunting dog requires patience, consistency, and good tools. One of the best tools I’ve found is the Delta Upland electronic collar from Garmin. Read more >>
England, Mike
If only I’d had the Ruffwear Beacon years ago, when my old dog Bear went deaf—it would’ve saved me countless hours trying to locate his jet-black body when he’d wander off at night. Read more >>
England, Mike
Every Montana dog owner gets a little anxious during hunting season, and for good reason—there are definitely a few dumbasses roaming the woods, loaded guns in hand. Read more >>
Lizer, Scott
When I came to the realization that my 100-pound dog was essentially a pack animal and could carry things for me with ease, I went out and found Kurgo’s Max Pack doggie backpack. Read more >>
O'Neal, Meghan
You’re on a hike with your canine buddy and you bust out an energy bar. Buster stares at your snack, eyes begging for a bite. But it’s people food, and you down it despite the desperate gaze of your hungry pup. Read more >>
England, Mike
Dogs love it when you pull off their collars and let them run light and free, as nature intended—especially when said collars are sopping from a dunk in the river. Alas, those pesky leash laws necessitate a quick return to collared control. Read more >>
England, Mike
For bird hunters on a budget, the PetSafe Big Dog Remote Trainer is a great alternative to those fancy-schmancy collars that shock your bank account more than your insubordinate canine. Read more >>
Beaudoin, Kate
The Organic Bumper Bed by West Paw was a great treat for my kitty, and it’s nice to the environment too. The zip-off, machine-washable cover is made with organic cotton, and the inside is stuffed with recycled water bottles—which is actually really soft. Read more >>
England, Mike
Nothing beats a collapsible dog bowl for hikes and camping trips, and Mountainsmith’s K-9 Backbowl is the latest portable innovation for your canine counterpart. Read more >>
England, Mike
Murphy’s Law clearly states that your dog will run off at the most inopportune time—and when he’s far away, or it’s windy out, good ol’ Bridger can’t hear you calling. Throw in the cloak of darkness and you’ve got a seriously misplaced pup—and a worried, late-for-the-party master. Read more >>
England, Mike
Zuke’s—Durango, CO Jerky Naturals $20 (6 bags) zukes.com 866-985-3364 Read more >>
England, Mike
Sick of trying in vain to tire out your hyperactive pup? Does she consider your five-mile hike a mere warm-up? Then click into your cross-country skis, slip on a Ruff Wear Omnijore, and give your pooch a workout while taking a fun ride across the snow. Read more >>
Westmoreland, Wendy
Dogs love snow, but their paws don’t. Featuring lug-pattern Vibram soles for traction, Ruff Wear’s Bark’n Boots help keep ice chunks, rocks, and mud out of your buddy’s tender toes and pads. Read more >>
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