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Off Leash Adventures 
and Training

I absolutely love to be wandering around the woods with dogs. I love watching them connect the dots on learning new skills or meeting a new friend. I believe in developing a bond with each dog individually. I will stop at nothing to ensure the happiness and safety of every dog in my care and to earn their trust.

I do this through off leash training/exercise, enrichment, and handling methods which are humane/fear free, and backed by science.

Off Leash Hike


$75 for 2 dogs per hike

I pick up your dog between 8am and 9:30am, bring them for an off leash hike for 90-120 minutes with a group of other amazing dogs on private land (with access to running water), then return them home.

Private Off Leash Hike


I pick up your dog around 1:30/2:00pm, bring them for an off leash hike for 60 minutes with another dog or two (Depending on your dog’s unique needs) on private land (with access to running water), then return them home.

Off Leash Hiking Adventure benefits


Opportunities to Sniff and Smell

Dogs have up to 300 million olfactory receptors and experience the world largely through their sense of smell.



Off leash hikes allow dogs to socialize with friends as much -or as little- as they want. They can play with friends or simply coexist with their crew.


Boosted confidence

While your pup is under my supervision, I believe in rewarding and encouraging good choices, which not only aides in boosting confidence but also builds trust between your dog and myself.


Mental stimulation

Mental stimulation is just as important as physical! Being off leash in the woods and experiencing sights, sounds, smells, and objects they may not normally encounter in their day to day is wonderfully mentally.



Dogs love to explore, play, hike, dig, and swim!



Hikes are a wonderful way to enrich your dog’s life. More and more, people are realizing that enriching their dogs’ lives keeps them happy and healthy- both physically and mentally.

Supplies Needed

  • Harness or a collar with your contact information

  • Must wear an orange bandana, vest or coat in hunting season (Oct. through Dec.)

  • Appropriate Jacket

  • Trimmed nails

Recommended Winter Gear
  • Musher’s wax for their feet

  • Dog booties if needed


Health Code
  • Be in good health

  • Up to date on immunizations

  • On flea and tick preventatives


Spay/neuter recommended.

Unfixed females must stay home when in heat. 

Cancellation Policy

Client must cancel 24 hours before appointment, otherwise the cost of the appointment is non-refundable. Exceptions include sickness or injury.

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