I said in the 2019 Gift Guide that the Expedition Parka is my new favorite coat for Robin and got a couple of shocked responses from those who know I previously LOVED the Extreme Warmer! So here’s a not-so-quick comparison of the two.
More than you ever wanted to know, and more than I ever wanted to write, about three full-body dog harnesses. 14,000 words.. enjoy!
We’ve gotten a few questions about the different dog sleeping bags we’ve tried – so here’s a quick comparison of specs between three bags: Alcott Explorer Sleeping Bag, Whyld River Doggy Bag, and the Hurtta Outback Dreamer.
Unlike Hurtta’s other sleeved coats (the Body Warmer and Slush Combat Suit), the Rain Blocker comes in only one size per back length, which makes it much easier to choose a size…
The Chill Stopper is a lightweight softshell with wind and water resistance – the perfect shoulder season layer, in a sleek design that fits into a city environment as easily as a more rugged one.
We previously tried older-style Hurtta Padded and Padded Y harnesses and reviewed them here. We found them a little stiff, so we passed them on, but we recently received the brand new Casual Padded harness from Hurtta North America and it’s become our go-to harness. They’ve made some very important improvements to Price: $30.00 Sizing and…
Does your dog need boots? Read this summary to find out, and to learn which (of 10+ pairs) is best for you!
Robin might be at the top of his life jacket’s recommended weight, but he bobs on the surface like a cork.
All dogs can swim, right? Well, not necessarily, and even those that swim well can panic if they slide off a paddleboard involuntarily. Here are a few reasons to use a dog life jacket for water adventures, especially for paddling or boating where the shore may not be easily reachable.
This is my favorite winter jacket for Robin and my top pick out of the Hurtta warm coat lineup – it’s warm, but can be vented by loosening the belly panel and the neck bungees..
As with the Trainer’s Vest, the Bounty Bag’s most unique feature is its removable liner – after using sticky, smelly or wet treats, you can simply pull out the velcroed-in liner and wash it separately without having to wash the whole bag.
I thought the Trainer’s Vest might be a good backpack alternative for quick sunset hikes – it’s got plenty of pockets for snacks, treats, and a leash. Turns out, I actually use it for quite a variety of things, especially as the weather cools down.