Partnerships & Collaborations
Connection. Education. Exercise.
We bring dogs and their people together for exercise, education, and socialization in a positive, welcoming, and inclusive environment.
Education & Resources
Training Reinforcement & Support
Welcome, you have found your tribe!
We are a community of dog lovers, dog owners, pet professionals, and others who believe that time spent in the natural world reduces stress, increases happiness, and improves the health of dogs and their people.
Our vision is to build a community of dog owners who are dedicated to the health and wellness of their pets using positive reinforcement techniques and sustainable pet care practices.
The Golden Dog Adventure Co., formerly the NH Dog Walking Club, established in December 2018, brings dogs and their people together for exercise, education, and socialization in a positive, welcoming, and fun environment.
Fun and unique experiences for dogs and their people
Monthly, we host fun and unique experiences from Concord to the the seacoast area and from southern Maine to northern Massachusetts. Our expansion continues throughout NH in 2022.
Annually, we support a NH pet nonprofit through our Charitable Partner’s Program by raising awareness and funds for their organization.
We invite you to learn all about the benefits of membership and join our community of passionate, engaged, and supportive people who also believe DOGS ARE FAMILY!
Traci Bisson, Founder of Golden Dog Adventure Co. (L), and Laura Gendron of Miss Behavior Training (R), prepare for an Official Event on recall training.
Events & Activities
We host 10-15 events monthly for dogs and their people, including official events, special events, nature walks, pop-up adventures, hikes and hops, doggy socials, pack adventures, online presentations, doggy craft classes, and much more!
partner with us
We offer marketing and collaboration opportunities to companies year-round with our expert and charitable partners as well as exclusive access to our community.
Are you a NH, ME or MA-based pet professional? Become a Partner and take part in a unique, collaborative, marketing opportunity which allows you exclusive access to our community.
Annually, we partner with a NH-based, 501 (c)(3) pet non-profit to help create awareness of their mission and raise funds to support their cause. November 1st is the deadline for applications.
Check out September’s fun and unique events happening with our Partners and collaborators at Golden Dog Adventure Co., including: Pack Adventures – hiking and ice cream Golden Paw Awards & Gala to honor Mary’s Dogs Rescue & Adoption adoptive families End of Summer Picnic Pop Up Talks to support Pet Parent Wellbeing Official Club Event
Please keep yourself and your dogs safe this time of year – hunting season in New Hampshire starts September 1st (Bear) and 15th (Deer). Follow these safety tips to enjoy your hike and stay safe: Wear brightly colored clothes or a safety vest. Have your dog wear a brightly colored bandanna, vest or harness. Read
Dog owners in our community are worried about an outbreak of canine respiratory infections. Local veterinarians are posting on social media warning pet owners about the infection and how it is not the “typical kennel cough”. We went directly to our veterinarian partner, Dr. Lisa Boyer of Animal Health Consultants for her feedback and recommendations. Watch
As the snow melts, the birds begin to sing, and the world wakes up from its winter slumber, spring brings sunshine and flowers, but also environmental hazards. This time of year, there are several safety threats to be aware of, including: creatures awakening from hibernation and torpor spring flowers ticks volatile organic compounds (VOCs) seeds
We have been working hard on the evolution of our company’s brand. Our helpful Community submitted almost a hundred ideas for a new name. Last night, in a live broadcast, we revealed the new name and logo as well as the story behind the change. Over the next several weeks, you will see the change
Living with a reactive dog can be challenging and emotional, however it can also be very rewarding. According to the American Kennel Club, reactivity is commonly confused with aggression. Dogs that are reactive overreact to certain stimuli or situations. Genetics, lack of socialization, insufficient training to learn self-control, a frightening experience, or a combination of