On a cold winter weekend some people prefer shredding the mountains, others enjoy a cold beer in a 100 degree natural hot spring pool. The beautiful drive along Highway 12 is a huge perk, especially when you’re the only one on it!
The video was shot on my Canon 5D Mark III with a 35mm f1.4 lens.
I have always had dogs in my life and believe strongly that a good dog is a tired dog. In these videos I have outlined some tips and tricks that have helped me accomplish my daily goal of tiring out my dog. I hope you enjoy and feel free to comment below with any questions!
Picking out the perfect chew for your dog. This can be tricky at times when some have been shown to be harmful and others fall apart very quickly. My favorite for the past 3+ years has been the Himalayan yak milk bones. They last anywhere between 1-2 months depending on the dog.
Antler chews are great for both puppies as well as adult dogs. They are a natural chew and beat your dog gnawing on something they are not suppose to. I would recommend supervising your dogs with these though because they can chip their teeth on them if they chew too hard.
Kongs are a classic toy that is a staple in most dog-parents lives. I choose to use mine as a way to give Cash her daily meals or snack time. We like freezing them because it takes her longer to get through it. There are tons of kong “recipes” online if you are feeling like getting creative with your pup as well.
TJ Maxx has some of the best toys for your pup and they tend to be almost half the price of the ones at pet stores. They carry an abundance of types for all sorts of chewers and their inventory is always changing. It is a great place to go if your pup is a shedder and you’re in need of new toys all the time.
Missoula, MT is full of activities and places to tire out your pup. My two favorite companies to use are Waggn’ indoor dog park and Summit Pups. Both offer full or half day care and are great for socializing.
If you just got a puppy there is also Puppy Playtime at Sit Happens for $5 on Sundays!
Thank you so much for watching. Feel free to comment below with any questions or other tips and tricks that help you tire out your dog. I love hearing suggestions from others!
Montana, the Big Sky State, is home to some of the most beautiful photography spots in the world. Many of these underrated views are within an hour drive from Montana’s second largest city, Missoula. Here are a few of my favorite Missoula spots:
Mount Sentinel “M” Trail
This is probably the most iconic of Missoula views. The trailhead for the widely popular “M” Trail is right on campus, and a 30-minute hike will give you some of the best views possible of the valley.
2. Mount Jumbo
The Mount Jumbo hike is a bit longer than the “M” Trail, but certainly worth it for a lesser known lookout of the city.
3. Blue Mountain Recreation Area
Blue Mountain is a great area for a morning dog walk or a round of frisbee golf. This beautiful area is just a 10-minute drive from the city and has some amazing views of the South Hills.
4. Pattee Canyon
The Pattee Canyon road goes from the southeast corner of Missoula all the way to Bonner, Montana. Just be careful on the roads in winter.
5. “Top of the World”
“Top of the World” is the easiest of these spots to access. Simply drive all the way up Whitaker Drive and loop back down on Spanish Peaks Drive. Make sure to check out this view before the area is completely covered in real estate developments.