“Inspiring the world to go camping with their dogs!” says Ryan Carter, owner of Camping with dogs.
The desire to spend more time with his dog, Cooper got Ryan Carter the idea to start the company, Camping with dogs. The Young entrepreneur from Nashville, Tennessee wanted to inspire the world to take their furry pet out camping. The company’s Facebook and Instagram accounts are immensely popular among travelers who own dogs. Camping with dogs has organised the first “National Camping With Dogs Day” on September 5th. They wanted to “celebrate and appreciate [our] dogs that follow us to the ends of the trail map.”
We made a collection of a few of the beautiful photographs of the dogs and their parents camping and hiking trails together that took our breath away.
1. The best of friends are the ones who will sit at your feet until you wake up.
2. “Keep close to Nature’s heart and break clear away once in a while and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” -John Muir
3. A full tent is a happy tent!
4. This is what it’s all about.
5. Well hello there!
6. High five! It’s the weekend!
7. Everything needed to hike up is packed.
8. What a breathtakingly beautiful view!
9. And I think to myself, what a wonderful world.
10. We wish moments like this could last forever!
11. How I come out of the tent every morning camping…
12. Home is where you park it.
13. If this doesn’t make you want to take your dog and go explore something epic, nothing will!
14. On the gorgeous hiking trail.
15. What a fantastic view! We would love to wake up to this everyday!
16. Nap time.
17. What’s a great trail without a great trail buddy?
18. Home is where you park it.
19. “Hey mom, hurry up!” Does your dog do this, too?
20. The master had his dog run circles around the tent to get this perfect shot.
Watching the daily pictures pictures of masters camping with their cutesy dogs is a pure delight. We found ourselves hooked to their Instagram account too and this is our favourite picture.
Lights will guide you home!
All images sourced from Facebook.com/campwithdogs