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  • #637798
    silver
    167 Posts

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    Could be cousins with Odin, just different coloration. Beautiful dog and great pic. That’s what I was hoping for.

    #637799
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    Guys
    You are all lucky enough to have the option to bring you 4 legged friends into the mountains. Here in OZ all snow areas are National Parks and no dogs allowed 🙁
    I watch the video footage with dogs in them and it looks like they all love a run in the snow, not sure I would with no protection on my feet :thumpsup:

    Cheers

    Adam West

    www.firstlightsurfboards.com.au
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    #637800
    bigdood
    457 Posts

    @TEX wrote:

    If someone gives you shit, ask to see a badge. If they have a badge, prepair for a fine ( no leash) . If they have no badge look them deep in the eye, rare back and as loud as you can yell

    FUCK OFF

    L M F A O ! :headbang:

    #637801
    TEX
    2486 Posts

    Thats a good looking Dog Silver. Enjoy

    and take Him any place you want

    :thumbsup:

    #637802
    raym
    385 Posts

    MORE DOG STOKE!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaA4Wi8UsxM
    My dog is the BEST backcountry buddie I have ever had. He will break track, protect me from cyoties and hes always up for going out when ever I want!

    #637803
    sdmarkus
    407 Posts

    Willard rock’s it, had her out Kayak fishing this weekend if you can believe that 😮

    Sweet mutt Silver…that’s come classic shit from Tex 😆

    [vimeo:1u75opxg]http://www.vimeo.com/12053210[/vimeo:1u75opxg]

    #637804
    swanny
    189 Posts

    Rider-Finn
    Style-Straight Line
    Location-Buckhorn, San Gabriels Mtns, California.

    :bananas: :bananas: :bananas:

    #637805
    silver
    167 Posts

    That’s rad. Finn’s got mad skills.

    #637806
    UPGRAYEDD_2505
    127 Posts

    Here’s my dog doing some spring shredding in the Eastern Sierra.

    [vimeo:1zgb5b58]http://www.vimeo.com/11773715[/vimeo:1zgb5b58]

    [vimeo:1zgb5b58]http://www.vimeo.com/12188511[/vimeo:1zgb5b58]

    (silver, hope you don’t mind more thread hijacking.)

    #637807
    ale_capone
    864 Posts

    Awesome! Cute pups! I love the dog stoke.

    Call it endangerment, but it’s better a better life then most chained up barking yard jewelry have.

    #637808
    sdmarkus
    407 Posts

    @sdmarkus wrote:

    Willard rock’s it, had her out Kayak fishing this weekend if you can believe that 😮

    Figured you might have to see it to believe it…I know I was impressed.

    #637809
    silver
    167 Posts

    That is rad SDmarkus. Dog in a kayak. That’s something.

    And upgrayedd, you’re not hijacking this thread by posting more dog stoke. That’s the whole idea. I’m not sure if I’m gonna take Odin to the Eastside just yet, want to make sure he’s comfortable with the steeps in less committing areas first.

    #637810
    jeri534
    159 Posts

    me, ‘walove’ and his pup

    [youtube:j5lrsd4o]B6iJJHSJvWA[/youtube:j5lrsd4o]

    #637811
    sluffer
    30 Posts

    ripper preseason…checking out his new ride.

    the last minute of winter ripper and steve.

    #637812
    lifelinksplit
    282 Posts

    ^^^^ that is one super sweet ride!!! for you and the dog.

    found this one of stormy pointing out our objective for the day last season, at 6 months it was his first steep line

    #637813
    BGnight
    1382 Posts

    I enjoy touring with other people’s dogs so we have a meal in case we get lost. I recommend keeping em on a vegetarian diet so they dont taste so bad.

    #637814
    split.therapy
    455 Posts

    @Powder_Rider wrote:

    The one thing about Northern breeds (Siberian Huskies, Malamutes and Alaskans (mix husky breeds) is they love to run, so they can never be taken off lead!

    You’re kidding right?
    I have a Chinook x Alaskan Husky/Wolf and an Inuit Dog who are never on leashes, never run off and listen perfectly. There are no shortage of sled dogs here who are never leashed and never need to be.

    #637815
    Killclimbz
    1165 Posts

    Regarding the beacons and dogs thing. Evidently Pieps is going to have a doggie beacon for next year that will operate on an alternate frequency. It will work with the DSP that has a new firmware update for next year. Not sure if it will work with the Vector. That is about all I know, but I should be able to get my hands on it as soon as it becomes available.

    #637816
    DrownedRat
    119 Posts

    Took the puppy out for a quick, easy tour last weekend to see how she would do. She still needs some trail manners before she gets out with more people around but did good following me down.

    Shuksan at the top.

    Shuksan, the puppy, and Stelvio following my line.

    2017 Baker Splitfest, March 17th to 19th!

    #637817
    boardrider247
    61 Posts

    @sdmarkus wrote:

    @sdmarkus wrote:

    Willard rock’s it, had her out Kayak fishing this weekend if you can believe that 😮

    Figured you might have to see it to believe it…I know I was impressed.

    I see your kayak and raise you a standup paddle board 😆

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