From hungry stray to much loved adventure buddy in less than a year. Rescued from a rural area in Western Canada with a high incidence of stray and feral dogs, Reggie was picked up as a young adult by the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force and was then placed in the care of the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society prior to being adopted by his adoring humans in January of 2016.
In the past 10 months, Reggie has gotten to visit and hike in some of the most beautiful places in Canada including the iconic Banff National Park in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, the Nisga’a Memorial Lava Bed Park, the East Beach Trail of Haida Gwaii aka the Canadian Galapagos and throughout Yoho National Park, Kananaskis Country and various cities across British Columbia.
His humans very much believe that taking on the responsibility of caring for a dog who is as high energy, intelligent and athletic as Reggie means taking the time to work on building a strong training partnership in order to experience as much of the world together as possible.
They take Reggie with them everywhere they possibly can. Their next adventure will take them in their VW Van Gertie from their home in Western Canada all the way down to Sayulita, Mexico this December. They plan to explore everywhere along the way!
Reggie’s lifestyle calls for tough products to keep up with him and Petoji’s adventure collars and leashes are perfect for the job.
Stay up to date on all of Reggie’s adventures on his instagram – @reggieandthevan