We’ve already covered a few different cases where dogs don’t get along, but this Ask a Behavior Consultant post is different. If you’re dealing with aggression between dogs in your home, you may want to check out these other topics as well: My Dog Gets into Fights if Other Dogs Growl First Why Does My … Read more
Join Kayla, Jason, Barley, and Niffler as they run to Guyishton Lake, drive to Stewart British Columbia, and then run to a glacier. We had a lovely run to Guyishton Lake and found plenty of internet at the Stewart Visitor Center (free) and at Meziadin Junction (paid). On a whim, we parked between Stewart and … Read more
We FINALLY fixed the door! Boya Lake and Jade City were gorgeous, the mosquitos feasted upon us, and we made it to the Yukon. As a consolation prize for not making it to Edziza Provincial Park, we headed to King’s Throne Peak to hike most of it. We left the dogs behind due to rockfall … Read more
We are finally on the Dempster Highway! I’m so so so excited to be here. We start out with a more-tricky-than-needed brake light repair in Whitehorse after I spent a few days doing work. Once in Tombstone Territorial Park, I show you the gear I bring on a trail run in an ultra-remote place with … Read more
We tried to hike up Grizzly Ridge to Grizzly Lake, but got turned around by snowfields and cold. It was a GORGEOUS hike and we regret nothing. Follow along for our vanlife trip up the Panamerican Highway to Tuktoyaktuk!
When I can, I pay to shower at rec centers or gyms. But sometimes you’re in the middle of nowhere and you just have to boil some water and take a bucket shower. Nothing fancy, but it gets the job done.
Today I’ll head out to hike Charcoal Ridge… but first I’ll show you my morning routine in the van. Today it’s Kenyan chai and breakfast wraps! Next, I take you through my “Possibles Pouch” and other backpack contents for a big day hike. I might overpack a bit, but I like being prepared.
After living in my Sprinter van for a year with my two border collies, I have 10 items that make my life WAY easier (and a bit cleaner). If you’re thinking about #vanlife with your dogs, you’ll want to check out this list (including my favorite leash, a crash-proof crate, the best fan on the … Read more
The pandemic has changed a lot for all of us, especially when it comes to travel. The Canada-US border has reopened but is different from 2019. In May 2022, I took my dogs on an epic road trip from Montana to the shores of the Arctic Ocean. We crossed the US-Canada border on May 19 … Read more
Sometimes our dogs are perfect angels with us and total brats with other people. It’s one thing if your dog doesn’t respect strangers, but what do you do if your dog is disobedient and rude with your husband? In today’s Ask a Behavior Consultant we’re tackling this topic, as posed below: “My rescue dog doesn’t … Read more