This is Popo short for Popocatepetl. He’s a pug. He’s done up to a 7 mile hike with me to Sunset Peak but lately gets overheated or tired quickly so I rather not take him on long hikes, rather short walks at the local park. He does love the outdoors and his buddy Gizmo the cat ?.
I just started hiking with my new dog Zona. I rescued her a couple months ago on a trip to the Grand Canyon. She was running loose on the highway in a remote area, so I stopped to scoop her up. No collar or microchip. I recently took her on a 12 mile hike to Ontario Peak and she handled it better than I did!
This is Freya. She has her own Instagram @hikingwithmyhusky but doesn't have the stamina to hike more than 3-5 miles. We took her on the West Fork Trail in Sedona in early October, and she loved it, but was wiped out for a day or two. She did well in the McDowells earlier in March. And she loves the snow up in Flagstaff, AZ!
Here's Maggie May. She is an almost 10-year-old black lab / blue heeler (Australian cattle dog) mix. Last year, she did four of the six peaks for the SoCal challenge with me. She is definitely happiest when she's on a trail with water. We go all around L.A. County in search of adventure and a place to swim.
This is Fiona ❤️ I rescued her at 9 weeks and she is now a year and a half! She’s my hiking buddy where ever dogs are allowed. I plan on taking her up to Strawberry Peak as long as the weather is on our side. She’s such an amazing pup ❤️❤️
@vetbecky – That’s awesome! I wish I could have more dogs but one is a lot to handle already. Props to you!That’s awesome! I wish I could have more dogs but one is a lot to handle already. Props to you! 😀