* Guidebook to 75 dog-suitable trails throughout the Arizona -- many accessible from urban areas * How to keep your dog safe, healthy, and hydrated in Arizona's arid climate * What to pack for your dog: the Ten Canine Essentials and the doggy first aid kit RenAce Guillory and her canine companion, Artemis, have hiked more than 700 miles together in Arizona. Now they share their favorite trails, presented through dog-centric eyes. On most trails, you'll encounter few people to dodge. Most hikes offer shade, if not water, to help keep your dog cool in extreme Arizona conditions. The trails in Best Hiikes with Dogs Arizona emphasize terrain that's easy on the paws and give advance warning, trail by trail, on canine hazards to watch for. There are also tips on dealing with dog emergencies and for hiking with minimum dog-impact on the environment. Ranging from short day hikes to extended backpacking trips, many trails included are clustered around urban areas including Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Sedona/Prescott, and other communities in Mogollon Rim country. There are hikes as far-flung as the Mexican border and in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona.Other Venomous Critters Some toads in Arizona can poison a dog with a secretion from their paratoid glands. The symptoms include ... Flora to Watch Out for Poison ivy is more common in Arizona than either poison sumac or poison oak. Poison ivy occurs mostly ... Foxtails contain reversed barbs, which causes them to burrow in one direction and makes them very difficult to remove. They are painful andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Best Hikes With Dogs Arizona|
|Publisher||:||The Mountaineers Books - 2005-01-25|