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Trail Preparedness: Tips from Search and Rescue

So, you’re heading out to the backcountry with your dog. What could go wrong? Well, a lot! We sat down with veteran California Alpine County Search and Rescue Dog handlers Chris and Lisa to find out a bit more about what they do, what their dogs do, and some tips to keep you and your pup safe on the trails.

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Are Two Pups are Better Than One?

“I think Chancey is lonely." This was the second time this week my neighbor had told my parents this. I looked over at Chancey, our nine-year-old German Shepherd. She lay curled up like a ball on the front porch. Her ears pricked up when I said her name. I wanted to correct my neighbor—tell her that she was wrong and that Chancey was the happiest dog in the world. But as much as I hated to admit it, my neighbor was right; Chancey was lonely.

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Our Favorite Campfire Recipes

What's the best thing about camping? The food, obviously! Okay, maybe also the sunrises, wide open spaces, and lack of cell phone reception. We've put together a list of some of our friends' favorite camping recipes and trail snacks. Mostly for the humans, but we all know that the dogs get lucky out there too. @sadiemtnpup's Roasted Red Potatoes With Rosemary and Onion + Cast Iron Ribeye Steak Red potatoes, quartered Sweet onion, chopped Olive oil Butter Garlic powder Fresh rosemary leaves and thyme sprigs Salt Boneless ribeye steak Pre-camp, prep at home: Marinate Steak - Let the ribeye steak sit out at room temperature for about 30 minutes. Pat it dry with a paper towel and then season it...

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