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Products for Dogs on the Go
Our Dog Activity collection includes essential products for safe outdoor excursions with your canine pal. We take our dogs everywhere with us, so we want to be safe on the road, the trail, or anywhere we might be adventuring. We want you and your four-legged friends to be safe, too. Explore our durable dog collars, available in conventional, no-stink, and reflective options, and let us personalize her collar with a name and number, the quickest way to a happy reunion if the two of you become separated on an adventure. Our dog safety light slips easily onto her collar so she’s visible in the low light conditions during an early-morning run or an after-dinner walk. We include rugged leashes to match your leading style, as well as reflective, personalizable harnesses to safely identify your best friend. A trail-ready first aid kit for dogs fits in the glove box or inside her trail saddlebag so you can immediately treat an injury while you’re out hiking with her, or buy her some precious time until you can get to a vet. Keep your canine companion warm and dry with options from our selection of rugged, easy on-and-off dog jackets, or help her beat the heat with a cooling dog bandana during summer fun. For your hardworking gun dog, we offer a briar-resistant adjustable hunting vest and training treats to reward her for a job well done.
Our dogs go by a lot of names—running mate, trekking partner, hunting companion, co-pilot; no matter what our activity, she’s by our side. Discover the accessories worthy of Orvis standards in this activity collection designed by people who understand life is best with a dog.
What Can I Do if My Dog Is Bored?
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.