Cool Camping Dog Gear for All Outdoor Adventures

by Selina Luo
Cool Camping Dog Gear for All Outdoor Adventures

Dogs can be a really great adventure buddies and most of them love outdoor. They’re incredibly loyal, energetic and never complain. Load your pack with some dog gears will make your dog safer and more comfortable. You and your dog will be ready for an adventure of a lifetime with these essential gear.



Barker Bag

 Barker Bag

The Barker Bag is a dog-sized sleeping bag that zips to the side of their owner’s mummy bag. This keeps your dog warm and your feet warm, and the cinchable collar keeps your dog secure all night long. No more cold feet!




LED Safety Necklace


Makes your pet be seen in low light conditions and vehicle, which can help you keep your dog safe. Fit for all weather condition, durable, water resistand and lightweight. It made of premium tpu material, supper bright led light, keeps your pet be seen and safe. Three glow modes&great performance; quick flash, slow flash, stead glow just pressed the on/off button.




PetAmi Dog Food Travel Bag


You will need food bowls for the campsite, just like you need them at home. Don’t forget to pack collapsible dog bowls that you can easily pack or clip onto your backpack. The rugged large capacity food bag holds 23 cups of food while the dog bowls hold up to 8.5 cups of water or kibble so you can be well-prepared for your day trip or weekend getaway.






Adventure Medical Kits Trail Dog Medical Kit


Trail emergencies can happen to dogs, too. Be prepared with this first aid kit, which includes tweezers, wound wash, a syringe, gauze, and self-adhering bandages.




Dog Life Jacket

The dog swimsuit offers great buoyancy they need while moving freely in the water. It features a sturdy rescue handle on top, quite convenient to grab it when putting into or aiding leaving water, make your dog controlled totally.




Dog Boots


Dog boots can help protect your dog from injuries. They provide added traction that can prevent slips and falls, and they also stop snow, ice, melting salt, and other debris from building up between your dog’s paw pads- which can cause very painful cuts and sores.

by Selina Luo