Join our membership and get outside this winter to connect with nature and other dog owners.
We bring dogs and their people together for exercise, education, and socialization in a positive, welcoming and inclusive environment.
A comprehensive program for training, socializing, and enriching your dog’s life as well as your own through physical and mental enrichment, outdoor adventures, and education from experts.
Our adventures take place monthly both in-person and online. You can participate in special events, pop-up adventures, socials, holiday activities, dog training events, and much more.
We offer a unique and engaging way to reach our community through strategic marketing activities and collaborations for corporations, pet professionals, and local pet charities.
Engaged employees equal productive employees. Treat your employees, and their furry BFFs, to a rewarding experience that shows you value their dedication to your company.
There are so many reasons to celebrate our pets. We offer several options to help you honor the canine companion in your life and create a memorable, fun, and unique experience.
Are you looking for dog-friendly activities? Perhaps you need to hire a dog trainer, pet sitter or other professional. Check out our Resources Section for lots of great information.
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Do you worry about walking your reactive dog outside your yard? For many reactive dog owners, this is an everyday concern. The constant lunging, barking or cowering behavior your dog displays can be both stressful and overwhelming leaving you wondering if you will be able to safely walk your dog on a New Hampshire trail.
Golden Dog Adventure Co. accepted the New Hampshire Business Review Excellence Award for Consumer Services – small company last night at the Courtyard by Marriott Concord and Grappone Conference Center. “It was an honor to be recognized with so many amazing business leaders, said Traci Bisson, owner/founder. We are grateful and humbled to have been
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
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