Dog Gear

Westmoreland, Wendy
Dogs love snow, but their paws don’t. Featuring lug-pattern Vibram soles for traction, Ruff Wear’s Bark’n Boots help keep ice chunks, rocks, and mud out of your buddy’s tender toes and pads. Read more >>
Westmoreland, Wendy
Yes, I put clothes on my dog. And yes, I’ve used a kid’s fleece to cover up my pooch. Obviously, design can be an issue—so let’s just say Higgins was pleased when we got the Cloud Chaser. Read more >>
Mike England
Per capita, can anywhere in the country lay claim to more outdoor dogs than Bozeman? Our mountain mutts go everywhere with us: hiking, camping, hunting, biking, even skiing and climbing. Read more >>
England, Mike
The curative power of glucosamine is well documented, especially for aging dogs and those with joint problems. If your pooch is starting to slow down or feel sore after exercise, pick up a bottle of Hip+Joint from Pet Naturals. Read more >>
England, Mike
We’ve all done it: forgotten our pup’s leash and had to run back home or risk causing trouble, either with an out-of-control dog or an overzealous animal-control officer. Read more >>
McQuiston, Carol
If you’re headed into the mountains with your adventurous best friend, the newly updated Dog Pack from Mountainsmith is something to consider. Read more >>
England, Mike
Few things feels better than a soft, furry dog head in one’s hands—and nothing’s worse than a sudden blast of rank dog breath on the face. If your pooch’s halitosis is out of hand, temper the terror with Breath Bites from Pet Naturals. Read more >>
Barba, Katie
If you’re looking for an indestructible option to the woven dog leashes on the market, look no further. The Perfect Leash is like a chew toy made for hard-core dogs. It’s made of 100% polyurethane that stretches when your dog pulls and takes away the shock to your wrist and shoulders. Read more >>
Bass, Rick
Some luxuries are worth sharing with our canine friends. The Doggy Snooze bed delivers human-level comfort on an elevated canvas platform—it’s like sleeping on a trampoline without the bounce, or an ultra-firm hammock, perhaps—so that the dog is essentially suspended in space. Read more >>
Ingleman, Brad
The Planet Dog Wood Chuck is perfect for earth-conscious Bozemanites with hyperactive canines. Made from bamboo and cork scraps—instead of the usual hard plastic of its forerunner, the Chuck-It—this is one ergonomic, eco-friendly ball-flinger. Read more >>
England, Mike
How many times, in a rush to gather gear for an outdoor excursion, have you forgotten your dog’s food? How about his leash or pills? Read more >>
England, Mike
It’s hard to beat a cold beer after a long day in the field. And although your loyal hunting partner might not share your passion for ice-cold microbrews, he’ll definitely appreciate a pile of Brewies Pate Ale Gourmet Biscuits to chomp on as you’re bellying up to the bar. Read more >>
Bass, Rick
It's clear that Noz to Noz designer June Carter has thought long and hard about what it's like to be a dog. Read more >>
Barba, Katie
From swimming alongside the boat all day to ten-mile trail runs in the August heat, summer fun can take its toll on a Montana pooch. Here are a few products we’ve found to help take care of your four-legged friend and get the job done right. –Katie Barba Read more >>
Barba, Katie
Dogs are easy to please. And the adventurous outdoor dogs of Bozeman are no exception. They live in our boats, truck beds, and tents; they’re covered with mud and dirt; and they’re happy as can be. Read more >>
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