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  • #637818
    KGN
    215 Posts

    I see you have a rogue wave standup. I used to get all my kiteboards made by him, Lee. Good guy and makes sweet stuff. Now that I am out west I haven’t gone kiting in a while!

    Oh yeah and dogs rock! Better than a cat on the skin trail. 😉

    #637819
    dln
    146 Posts

    Bailey – Teton Powder Hound

    Are we there yet?

    Pass Ridge

    Snow Dive Sequence

    Table Mountain

    Radio Tower

    Melting Snow

    Beard Mtn Summit

    Cold Morning

    Avalanche Bowl

    Goodwin Lake

    Bailey’s Dolphin Tracks

    #637820
    Shift
    95 Posts

    @dln wrote:

    Table Mountain

    This pic is all time! Look at those eyes :headbang:

    So many sweet shots of that dog. love this thread.

    #637821
    Greenhorn
    43 Posts

    I love this thread. There’s nothing like a real good dog — and I have one of the best, in my opinion.

    #637822
    ale_capone
    864 Posts

    Awesome!

    Impressive to get a husky on the water board. Love the tongue sticking out.

    but since this page seems to be didicted to chocolates… here’s my german chocolate Kololo. She’s gotten a ton of powder days this season with a bunch of really rad descents.

    she’s not smug

    breakin trail for me

    trailin Nomad

    ears up

    bad ettiquete

    straight line!

    jazzy debris pile

    crushin pillow lines

    froggy style

    Ok,, I have gazillion more, so I’ll stop.

    #637823
    nedrapier
    235 Posts

    Lovin’ the photo’s. Dog stoke, brown dog stoke!

    This is Dory, the Yanceys’ dog at Boulder Hut in the Purcells.

    Mark told us when we got there: “Feel free to throw sticks for Dory, but be aware that as soon as you pick up that first stick, you are entering into a contract…”

    #637824
    Snowmoneil
    131 Posts

    Dogs are more at home in the backcountry then we are, they’re dogs!

    Grizzly bear/mountain lion guard dog…

    Taking the day off…

    #637825
    dln
    146 Posts

    😀 GOOD STUFF 😀

    #637826
    sdmarkus
    407 Posts

    Some good lookin’ mutts and great photography! :clap:

    #637827
    boardrider247
    61 Posts

    @ale_capone wrote:

    Awesome!

    Impressive to get a husky on the water board. Love the tongue sticking out.

    Yea that one is certain he is a lab. He is obsessed with birds and is more then happy to be in the water. We had to bring him into the vet one time for a ear problem and I believe she said something to the effect of “He is acting like he has an ear infection, but he is a husky so he obviously hasn’t been in the water”………

    Yea about that :scratch:

    His brother on the other hand is convinced that water means certain death and must be avoided at all costs.

    And the two of them when they were pups

    #637828
    SPLITRIPPIN
    709 Posts

    You guys are freeekin’ killin me ova heeeeeeeere…… I’m stuck w/ these gawd damn cats! Countin’ the days til’ some of these hairy shit rats kick the bucket…. still love em’, but they won’t ever compare to having a dog.

    Nice photos ya’ll… lovin the pooches :thumpsup:

    #637829
    snobro
    125 Posts

    The three amigos pack it in and pack it out

    The trees are good here

    Ok, Ill watch as you drop

    Muzzle shots

    Check out our tracks dawg

    F’n cold

    Blue bird!

    #637830
    adeptsol
    27 Posts

    🙁 I’m bummed that this discussion is so heated. The bottom line should be about the group the dog is with. If the group is cool with the dog and it behavior, then no problem. People should learn how to properly train their dogs, but not everyone can be great a training a dog.
    The Backcountry is for everyone, even people with unruly dogs. You don’t have to ride with them! pick your lines and partners. If you want solitude, don’t go where you know your may run into others with dogs (common sense)!
    As for me, my dog is very well trained and behaved. I would not put a beacon on him, because mostly I don’t take him on very serious routes for his sake and mine. I greatly enjoy his company when on mellower late spring/ summer tours. It’s a lot to ask your dog to keep up, endure the UV rads without glasses, and posthole through deep unconsolidated snow for 6 plus hours.
    To each his/her own, and respect and tolerance for it. We’re all grown ups, choose your own path, but try to be considerate.
    :twocents:

    #637831
    spruce cabin
    263 Posts

    No snow but many stoked dogs at our place this past weekend.
    The two dark brown ones and the blonde are ours. The others belong to family.
    Lots of doody duty on Sunday. 😯

    Edie before her first split-board trip…

    After…

    :sleepy: 😆

    #637832
    Darrick
    96 Posts

    Really enjoying the pics here. I am planning on getting a dog in the next few months and was wondering if you could give me some advice/tips on backcountry dog training. Any tidbit of info would greatly be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    #637833
    SHintheMTNs
    5 Posts

    Very nicely put. No reason to make this thread 6 pages. BTW – my dog goes in the back country

    @adeptsol wrote:

    🙁 I’m bummed that this discussion is so heated. The bottom line should be about the group the dog is with. If the group is cool with the dog and it behavior, then no problem. People should learn how to properly train their dogs, but not everyone can be great a training a dog.
    The Backcountry is for everyone, even people with unruly dogs. You don’t have to ride with them! pick your lines and partners. If you want solitude, don’t go where you know your may run into others with dogs (common sense)!
    As for me, my dog is very well trained and behaved. I would not put a beacon on him, because mostly I don’t take him on very serious routes for his sake and mine. I greatly enjoy his company when on mellower late spring/ summer tours. It’s a lot to ask your dog to keep up, endure the UV rads without glasses, and posthole through deep unconsolidated snow for 6 plus hours.
    To each his/her own, and respect and tolerance for it. We’re all grown ups, choose your own path, but try to be considerate.
    :twocents:

    #637834
    snobro
    125 Posts

    Lets blow this thread out!
    Dr Peppers goes bigger than you

    And gets more BC days

    But more importantly, knows how to mush

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