Products for Fishing With Your Dog

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Tough Trail® Collapsible Dog Bowl - BLUE Tough Trail® Collapsible Dog Bowl - BROWN
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Tough Trail® Sling Pack - DRAGONFLY
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A harness is best for an active dog; we suggest our Tough Trail Dog Harness. And a side-release buckle collar is best for an active dog since it’s easier to pop off in case your pup’s activities get her tangled up in a fence, the furniture, brambles, or with another dog. Remember that even if your dog wears a harness, she’ll still need to wear her collar for I.D. tags.

Active dogs do well with fetch toys designed for high-energy play. The Orvis bumper stands up to hours upon hours of rigorous sessions. Our duck dummy has been used for generations to train duck dogs, but it’s a fantastic choice for anyone whose active dog needs a durable floating toy for play.

Choose any of our premium memory foam dog beds for your active dog. These conform to her weight and shape to give her even support for tired joints and muscles.

Carry a travel-sized first aid kit with you as part of your safety gear when you’re hiking, swimming, or biking with your dog. We suggest keeping a full dog first aid kit in your vehicle as well. A reflective or LED collar is essential safety gear when you and your dog are engaged in activities in low light or in the darkness.

Engage your dog in activities and games or with stimulating toys if she exhibits the tell-tale signs of boredom: Chewing, destructive behavior, digging, running away, licking or scratching, and over-excitement or jumping—all of these behaviors usually mean your dog needs something to do. Discover games you can play with your dog or find a new toy that might pique her interests. Dogs, especially puppies and younger adult dogs, need ample physical and mental stimulation. Time walking, running, hiking, playing fetch, and romping at the dog park with you will be their favorite ways to stay active and happy.