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Thanks to the hiking site Riders Trail for this informative and entertaining infographic on hiking safely with a dog.

Dogs need walking, of course, which provides exercise for both canine and human, but hiking with your dog can take the benefits of exercise to a new level, for baby boomers and younger generations alike.

Still, there are a number of considerations to keep in mind before you leash up your pet, and Riders Trail does a good job of highlighting them:

  • Making sure your dog is suitable for hiking
  • Finding dog-friendly hiking locations
  • Preparing your dog for hiking
  • Adhering to trail etiquette
  • Carrying along the right supplies
  • And dealing with potential threats

Plus, the dog pictures are downright cute. Even if you don’t have a dog, you may enjoy checking them out.

How To Safely Hike With Your Dog

NOTE: If you’d like further information on this topic, Riders Trail has a detailed print version of the points made in the infographic.
You might also enjoy our previous post on this topic, Don’t Like Hiking Solo? Bring Your Dog!

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