There’s nothing better than getting outdoors with your best friend (your dog, obviously), exploring the wilderness, traipsing through forests, climbing mountains… but not all of this can be done without these essential outdoorsy gifts! If you don’t know what to give to your outdoorsy friends or family this holiday season, have no fear: we have the perfect gift guide for you! Keep reading to see the best gifts for outdoorsy dog owners.
This dog harness is perfect for everyday walks or grand adventures! Whether you’re on an adventurous excursion, or taking a walk around the block, your dog is sure to love this harness. It’s sturdy, durable, and rustic– every outdoorsy dog’s dream.
Dog booties are quite the essential if you’re going to be traipsing through forests or tackling rough terrain. Boots will protect your dog’s feet from rocks and anything poky that could hurt your pup’s paws.
If your dog finds booties extremely uncomfortable, look into this paw protection cream! It’s a safe, non-toxic formula that hydrates, protects, and soothes your dog’s paws.
If you or your loved one is a biking enthusiast who loves to take your dog with you everywhere you go, this is the gift for you. The Burley Pet Bike Trailer is sturdy, weather-resistant, and easily attachable to the back of any bike. Your dog will feel spoiled riding in this trailer– as they should be!
The most important thing when taking your dog into the outdoors is their safety. You should always be prepared for anything, because dogs tend to be quite adventurous and often get themselves into sticky situations. The best way to be prepared is to know your stuff– either by purchasing the Field Guide to Dog First Aid, or by checking out this blog on dog first aid in the wilderness.
Whether or not your dog is a strong swimmer, when you’re out on the lake, it’s best for your dog to be equipped with a life jacket for prioritizing safety. Not all dog life jackets are the same, but this Ruffwear jacket is sure to keep your dog comfortable and safe while you’re out in the open water.
There are many dog first aid kits on the market, so browse and see which best suits your needs! We love this waterproof kit from Burke Decor, but a great alternative is this option from Chewy, which also lists emergency contact numbers for your convenience.
When you’re on the go, one of your top priorities should always be keeping your pup hydrated. Carrying a dog bowl with you makes this so much easier– and they’re easy to transport! If you prefer a rubber bowl, check out this one!
For you campers out there, it’s always a good idea to have a cozy setup for you and your dog when night falls. This roll-up dog bed is great for travel and adventure, both in size and design!