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Look for reflective properties, quick-release buckles, and high-quality materials as the safety features in your dog’s hiking gear. If you’re going into remote areas, choose a puncture-resistant vest, like our Cuga Dog Vest, to keep your dog safe and visible. We offer several reflective dog collars, harnesses, and leashes, most with quick-release side buckles for added safety.

Your dog first aid kit for hiking should include emergency hydration, tools for wound care and extractions (like tweezers and hemostats), bandages, and a cold pack in case your dog overheats. Our hunting dog first aid kit includes everything you’d need plus a guide for administering first aid to your pup.

Yes, if you’re prepared. Hitting the trail with your furry friend can be a lot of fun and create some wonderful memories. Daily walks require a reliable collar or harness and a sturdy leash. If you’re going on a longer walk, especially during hot weather, carry water for your dog. Collapsible water bowls or a dog water bottle travels well for long walks and day hikes. Hiking with a dog takes preparation and trail-readiness—for you and for her. Dogs need to be in proper physical shape for hikes, and your vet can work with you to assess her condition and advise about any vaccinations or meds she may need for wherever you’re headed. Most marked trails have regulations and guidelines, so make sure you check the website of the location to bone up on the dos and don’ts for dogs on the trail. Maintaining control of your dog and giving other hikers, bikers, runners, and horseback riders the right-of-way is standard etiquette while hiking with a dog. Always observe Leave No Trace (LNT) principles on the trail—pick up and pack out any of your pup’s solid waste; make sure dog poop bags are on your pre-hike checklist.

Hiking Essentials for Dogs

Explore Dog Products for Hiking at Orvis to find packs, collars and leashes, dog coats, accessories, and other trail essentials for dogs and their owners. Trek confidently into the wild, wooded yonder with your four-footed buddy outfitted in dog hiking gear and accessories. Keep her safe with a durable, trail-ready collar or harness and leash, and let us personalize them for easy identification if your dog gets lost on an adventure. If you’re headed into the woods overnight or longer with your dog, make sure you’ve already practiced tent sleeping or outdoor sleeping with your four-legged buddy so she’ll be used to the setup when you’re going to bed in different conditions. Her gear should include a dog first aid kit, a “dog” towel for muddy paws and wet fur, a nail file for long trips so her nails can be trimmed to prevent ripping the tent, travel bowls and plenty of food and water, a safety light, and the appropriate outerwear for the conditions. If you need gear to get to your destination, our dog travel products include car seat protectors and other items to make the road trip to the trailhead a little easier. Standard etiquette and leave-no-trace rules apply, so bring extra waste bags to pack out the poop. Explore all of our products for hiking with dogs to discover the essentials you’ll need for every bold excursion outdoors.