Being outdoors makes dogs healthier and happier
At Riverdog Adventures we believe that dogs need to spend a sufficient amount of time outdoors for their physical and emotional well-being. Dogs that spend too much time indoors will often have stomach issues because they haven’t developed the proper balance of internal microbes that a healthy intestinal structure requires. And spending too much time indoors can also affect dogs emotionally which will often lead to behavioural problems. Going outside keeps dogs healthy and happy – they need to sniff, run, jump, chase and swim. Being outdoors keeps dogs physically, mentally, and emotionally fit.
Les & Leo
I’m Lesley and I have over thirty years of experience caring for dogs. I love taking dogs on hikes in nature where they can exercise while living their best lives. I am licensed, insured and certified in Dog Safe First Aid. Leo was eight months old when I adopted him in 2018. He loves spending time on the Coquitlam River and is a gold star swimmer. We look forward to having your best friend join us on our next Riverdog Adventure!
Options and Rates
We take dogs on adventure hikes, visiting parks, forest trails and waterways around the Tri-Cities and beyond. Each hike is approximately one hour in duration and your pet may be in our care for up to two hours. We provide convenient pick-up and drop-off service and muddy paws are cleaned up before tired dogs are returned home.
1-2 Hikes Per Week
3+ Hikes Per Week
About The Hike
Time To Have Fun!
Send us a message with your location, a brief description of your dog, and the amount of walks you require per week. We will set up a time to meet at a location convenient to you where we will introduce our dogs and find out if we’re a good fit. If all goes well, we’ll schedule our first walk!
We promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle by taking dogs on hiking adventures in nature.
We serve the Tri-Cities and provide pick-up and drop-off service at your home.
Your dog’s safety and comfort is priority number one and we will love your pet like one of our own.
We feel privileged to live in beautiful British Columbia and we love to explore the Tri-Cities and beyond.
- Barnet Marine Park
- Belcarra Regional Park
- Buntzen Lake
- Burnaby Mountain
- Coquitlam River
- Eagle Mountain
- Gates Park
- Golden Ears
- Mundy Park
- Rocky Point
- Traboulay (PoCo) Trail