Category Archives: Great Danes
The girls have been on the road for just over 1 week of 9 for the summer. They enjoyed some squirrel watching the first day at camp. The first weekend was spent at the Salina balloon rally where they also … Continue reading
Summer is coming up and so is the time when Bark “Cheese!” hits the road with our 2 Great Danes, Varel and K’Ehleyr. Traveling with dogs can require a few extra items including food, pet first aid items, beds, blankets, … Continue reading
Today is the last day to take advantage of free admission to our parks. Don’t forget that many parks do allow pets and some have trails specifically open for them. The top 4 pet friendly parks I’ve visited can be … Continue reading
Devils Postpile in California is a great park to hike with your pet. They are welcome on all the trails within the monument and can be off leash in the surrounding National Forest. The monument is also a joining point … Continue reading
White Sands National Monument in New Mexico is a great place to walk your dog, they are welcome throughout the park except in the buildings. You can read more details in an early blog post.
Happy Earth day and today through Friday all National Parks are free to enter so take advantage of that and take your dog with you. Fort Laramie in eastern Wyoming allows leashed dogs to roam the outside areas with you … Continue reading
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in Colorado has incredible vistas of the 2700′ deep canyon. For pets there are 2 pet friendly trails and 14 outlooks. Read my Black Canyon blog for more details about the park and … Continue reading
Today is the first day of National Park week and I will be posting a photograph each day of a different park which my Danes have visited. This is Scotts Bluff National Monument in western Nebraska. The monument preserves 3000 … Continue reading
National Park week starts tomorrow, April 20th. This means there will be special programs offered and that all parks will be waiving their entrance fees between April 22-26th. Check for more information at National Park week. Don’t forget some National Park … Continue reading
I have seem more domestic animals than wild ones so far.