Quigley here, aka Q-Dog, just takin’ time to keep my dog buddies and cat friends, and their people informed of the latest happenings here in Sedona, AZ.
Some say I have a nose for the cool … others say I drool.
My reply? Who’s got the blog … Q-Dog … and here I go!
The Hike House
You don’t get a photo like this from laying on your dog bed. One of the main dog reasons, and people reasons, to visit this awesome red rock country is to hike the over 300 miles of trails. When traveling to Sedona, with or without your pet friends, there are some things you must know to stay safe and to enjoy every moment.
That’s the whole point of the Sedona Q-dog blog, we’re here to tell you what’s up, what’s down, what’s new … from the inside view. So ask me questions and give me feedback. Let me know what you know about Sedona and hiking.
With all these miles of trails to cover, where do you start? Me and my people live here … so we can help.
Now there’s a place to gear up, wise up, and wind down. The Hike House has opened its doors in Sedona! If you’re visiting Sedona take your people in for the coolest gear, trail tips, safety preparedness, refreshments, and more.
Did I mention food? Yeah, dog buddies, they’re dog and people friendly and have treats to prove it. Your people can nutrient-up with breakfast, mid-day snacks, smoothies, their must-needed coffee fuel, and dogs get treats. There’s a big patio with shade and a place for a water bowl and did I mention treats?
You can tell they really know we’re a team, our people and us, by the cool apparel they carry. Your people can outfit themselves with essentials from under to outer wear, backpacks, shoes, you dog gone name it and they’ve got it.
And for us, well how does your own dog body streamlined back pack sound, or trail boots, or a sweater for the cooler days? Go ahead, let them show you off in-store … you’re welcome.
It’s important to know some special rules when you hike in this high desert country. The Hike House can help your people with all they need to know about the trails and hiking conditions. And my dog buddies, you can read more at SedonaDogandCat on safety tips for us four-footed travelers.
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