Camping at Bluff Wilderness Trail

Hi friends! It’s been far too long. Life has changed a lot since my last post. I am now married AND a new mom to a sweet (human) baby girl. Our first baby girl, D the dog, has had to do some major adjusting. And so have I! But with our daytime routine finally coming together (again), I wanted to catch up on a few of the dogventures we’ve had over the past two years. I’m not sure what the future holds for this blog, but it feels great to be back for now.

Today’s post takes us all the way back to May 2017. Continue reading

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The Winter Off-Leash Sports Fields of Clayton Park

This week seems like an excellent time to talk about some good places to take your dog when there is literally so much snow you can’t even.

When there are no sidewalks and the snow is waist deep, giving your dog a daily dose of exercise can be challenging. This might be well and good if your dog doesn’t particularly like cold weather, but Dallas thrives in these conditions. She loves the snow so much. This means I have no reasonable excuse whatsoever to stay inside. Enter the off-leash sports fields.  Continue reading

Halifax Peninsula HRM Off-Leash Sports Fields

Dogventures After Dark: Halifax Peninsula Edition

Sadly, Halloween is done for another year. Although we didn’t do much to celebrate, Dallas had lots of fun doing tricks for treats last night. And besides, we think the day after Halloween – November 1st – is even more exciting. Why is that? Well, it’s the day that many of HRM’s off-leash sports fields “open” for the season, of course.

We are recognizing Opening Day with our second edition of Dogventures After Dark. In this special post, we are pitting Halifax Peninsula’s four off-leash sports against each other in a head to head competition. We wanted to know which field is best for after-dark dogventures. Continue reading