Pets

Bozeman, Dogs, Winter
Vaia Barkas
It snowed last night, I can smell it. The dry air, the chill nudging the back of my throat. The tip of my nose feels numb. Engulfed in a lair of blankets I retreat into sleep. It’s way too early. Read more >>
pets, protecting your pet
the editors
Every fall, dog owners face a forest full of hunters, which necessitates bedecking one’s black lab Madison with enough bright colors so Joe Midwest doesn’t blast her when she bounds out of the brush. Read more >>
Bozeman, working dogs, dogs
Estela Villaseñor
Canine colleagues in southwest Montana.  Read more >>
Winter Dogs, Frostbite, Hypothermia
Sid Gustafson
Winter ailments in dogs. Read more >>
dog-joring, Sled Dogs, Montana
Marcuzzo, Tony
Skijoring with canines. Read more >>
Ruffwear Singletrak Pack
McCarthy, Chris
I’m in the mountains a lot, running a trail, bagging a peak, or shooting a grouse. Typically, my dog Seamus is with me, but rarely by my side. His off-trail adventures generally leave him thirsty and me short of water—but not anymore. Read more >>
Hiker, Dog, Sacajewea, Trail
Cohen, Anna M.
Summer tips for dog-owners. Read more >>
Hunting Dogs, Bozeman
Cote, Neal M.
Time waits for no dog. Read more >>
Fur trapping, Dog Safety
Jones, Andrea
Snare & trap tips. Read more >>
Barn Cats
Herauf, Amanda
Barn cats on patrol. Read more >>
dogs, pets in montana, bozeman dog parks, pet manners, outside bozeman
England, Mike
How to be a good dog-owner.  Read more >>
patrol dog, winter, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Bergeron, Alex
A day in the life of a patrol hound. Read more >>
Fishing with dogs, dogs, fishing, Bozeman
Reed, Tom
Fishing with dogs. Read more >>
Drew Pogge
Running with your cat. Read more >>
Photo by Troy Batzler
Dr. Pogge, Michelle
Easing your dog into spring activities Read more >>
Gustafson, Sid
Dealing with lameness in outdoor dogs. Read more >>
Metrick, Dee
Learning to be a winter bitch in Bozeman. Read more >>
Gustafson, Sid
Skis often cut the limbs of dogs who accompany their guardians too closely underfoot. Bleeding can be from arteries, veins, or capillaries. Arterial bleeding is bright red and spurting and is more serious than venous bleeding, which is darker red and seeps rather than squirts. Read more >>
the Tick-Borne Disease Alliance
As the summer sun beats down, everyone knows to apply sunscreen and drink plenty of water—but what about parasites? Those nasty little bloodsuckers are out there, waiting to use your body (and your dog's!) to fuel their own. Read more >>
Grioner, Anne
I am a dog owner—a diligent, doo-discarding dog owner. My neighbors are also dog owners—indifferent, dookie-slinging dog owners. Yep, they pitch poo. I share a square of grass, a popular toilet for many dogs, with the feces-flinging monkeys. Read more >>
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