One Year, Countless Dogs, Priceless Entertainment

It was about a year ago that I went on a hike with a handler from the Canine Valley Re-Education & Adventure Centre  to snap some photos for their website. That led to a bi-weekly dog hiking session of my own, armed only with some minor hiking essentials, and an iPhone for a camera, and of course a pack of dogs.

One year later, and an estimated 60,000 metres in total elevation climbed, 1,500 kms combined travel distance, countless dogs exercised and trained, many lessons learned, and practically every weather combination you can imagine, and it's still an adventure every time I set foot in the hills with the pack of dogs for the day. 

Here is a gallery of some of the shots I've taken over the year.


Welcome Aris to the Canine Valley home!

Canine Valley handler, Miriam T, welcomed a new little guy into the family. His name is Aris and he's a Belgain Groenendael. He'll be around the Centre all summer, so I imagine there will be plenty of photos of him to come!