Lessons Learned from Hiking a Pitbull

Regulating Body Temperature

Pictured is -5 degrees F. It is important to use simple human logic when adventuring into extreme weather with a dog. This hike lasted 45 minutes.

These dogs are Tough.

The Bigger they Come, the Harder (and Faster) they Fall

Large, but Agile. Don’t Try to Follow Them.

Yes, that’s steep. No, he didn’t need any help.

Pitbulls are Loyal and Trusting - to a Fault

Playing Rough

Fairly Smart, but Not Einstein

Protect those Paws, and Saftey Gear

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