Stay safe on outdoor adventures with your pooch
Exploring the natural world is what you love to do. So, of course, your pooch would love it, too! Take him along for a new adventure shared by you both. But there are some concerns you should be aware of. Here are some tips to keep him healthy along the way.
Is my pet ready for an outdoor excursion?
How do I check for injuries on my dog?
How do I check for ticks on my pet?
Heatstroke in my dog: what do I need to know?
How do I find dog-friendly campsites and important regulations?
What are the potential camping-related dangers?
What are some other great outdoor adventures for me and my pup?
What packing checklist should I follow?
What should I put in my dog’s first aid kit?
Is a collar or harness best for my dog during our camping trip?
Taking your dog on a trip can be the most rewarding experience for your and your pet. Soon, you’ll both be camping pros, hiking trails, swimming in lakes, barking at wildlife and eating (chocolate-free) s’mores. The memories you make will last a lifetime, and your bond will be closer than ever.
Maps available on Avenza Maps App--available for Android, Apple or Windows 10. (Little Belt Mountains Trail Map 2014). FREE
Printed maps can be found at
Sport City Cyclery, Bighorn Outdoor Specialists, Paulson's Power Sports, Combustion Service Company, Inc., Savage Motorsports LLC
Online maps, including motorized use.
Hiking ideas with descriptions of the hikes can be found on Tom Kotynski's blog. Use the search in upper left to find a hike. On a mobile device, request the desktop site to see the search bar.
Into the Little Belts Website has suggestions on what to do from camping to snowmobiling.