STICKERS!!!!! Free Stickers at that. So we have said it before, Jeeping With Dogs is all about fun for us. We have day jobs. We don’t sell anything. We enjoy heading out on adventures with the dogs and chronicling our fun. There are times when we have more adventures than others…you know pesky work gets in the way. We decided to give away free stickers. Why? Because. No other reason. Maybe a sense of community? Me personally I will be like, oh you want to give ...More
Jeep Dogs can be a bit of challenge to ride with. They come in all shapes and sizes. We know, we have two sizes. For the most part our solution to safety is Dirty Dog Cargo Nets. Nice product. Sometimes we read other stuff. Sometimes it is worth passing on. This is a fun and easy read and made me realize, maybe people don't know this information? Jeep Dogs, especially open Jeeps, do require a bit of work. Maybe yours is not a jumper? Great. Seems most Jeep Dogs would chase ...More
If you enjoy Jeeping (or some form of vehicular travel) off the beaten tracks and you enjoy having your dogs along for the ride…Hello! You are our people! For a basic run down of what we are and the reason for this page… In case anyone may be wondering, what Jeeping with Dogs is! Well not actual jeeping with dogs as that is pretty straightforward, being the act of jeeping with dogs. But this site, well it has become something more for us. We are Jeff and Shana and we live in...More
Fall is in the air, and for Jeep® Wrangler enthusiasts that means the adventure is just getting started. With legendary 4×4 capability and best-in-class off-road performance* on Rubicon models, the Jeep Wrangler is ready to blaze new trails on your fall color tour. Of course, the crisp autumn weather means that, for many, it’s time to secure the hardtop again to provide additional protection from the elements. Are you ready to tackle the season head-on? Check out this easy-to-follow instr...
[The April 2016 issue] is a very special issue. It marks the beginning of our 75 Years of Jeep series, a multi-chapter historical examination of the origin, trial by fire, and growth of the Jeep into the cultural icon it is today. No author we know but Jim Allen could do it justice, and as part of the series kick-off, we invited Allen to do something never done in the (20?) years Jp has existed, write a guest editorial. But then, this is no ordinary year. This is the 75th an...More
We’re quite fond of the here at TopSpeed, especially when enjoyed with the doors and top removed. The open-air driving experience is second to none – even can’t match the feeling of Jeeping with your foot resting on the open door sills. However, all the fun starts melting away around 12 p.m. on a hot summer’s day when sweat starts clouding vision and a farmer’s tan starts to bake in. That’s where the SpiderWebShade comes in handy. Its premium line, called Trail...More
Shared via Pet MD.
Shortly after we moved into our new home a few years ago, my daughter had a little girl from down the street over to play. She was petting Brody and said, “What is this lump?” I ran over like a bolt, thinking to myself, “Here we go again, another mass,” but open taking a closer look I realized the grey bump on his neck was not cancer but an engorged tick. I said as much out loud, and then the girls screamed and, I’m assumi...More
Coconino NF using three lightning-caused fires to benefit landscape (May 24, 2016) Release Date: May 24, 2016 Contact(s): Coconino National Forest Supervisor's Office 928-527-3600, Media Contact: Adam Solt 928-527-3490, Media Contact: George Jozens 928-527-3412 Flagstaff, Arizona — Fire managers with the Coconino National Forest are utilizing three lightning-caused fires to benefit the landscape and maintain a healthy ecosystem by allowing natural fire to fulfill its natural role ...More
The wait is over. It’s the time of year that every Jeep Wrangler owner eyes on his or her calendar — the time to feel the wind in your hair and the sun on your face for the ultimate feeling of 4×4 freedom and adventure. On May 14, the Jeep brand joined in the celebration of Go Topless Day. A yearly spring tradition for Wrangler owners, this year marked the 9th annual celebration of Go Topless Day. Started by a group of Jeep brand enthusiasts after a particularly cold New England w...More
Wildfire Prevention and Awareness CampaignRelease Date: May 20, 2016 Contact(s): Debbie Maneely: 928-443-8130 The annual “Wildfire Prevention and Awareness Campaign” is planned for Friday May 27. Sponsored by the Tonto NF, Prescott NF, Coconino NF, Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State Fire, Black Canyon City Fire, Mayer Fire, Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority, City of Prescott Fire and Yavapai County Emergency Management...
Big fan of this plan. Like any place you want to be, too many folks from the valley come up, trash the place then leave a mess. Sure, it kind of sucks for folks that are responsible. But, face it, the world has changed. Fossil Creek is an interesting place that needs some limits. Here is the press info. Hope it solves some of the woes.More