10 Traveling Dogs From Instagram That Will Inspire You To Hit The Road With Your Pup

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Few things make traveling more fun than embarking on a trip with your favorite four-legged friend. Dogs make for loyal, amiable travel buddies who don’t complain or ditch you for a cute special someone (usually). Here are a few of our favorite canine travel companions from Instagram. Maybe their adventures will inspire some of your own.

10. Loki the Wolfdog

Loki pauses for a moment after taking in the surrounding beauty at St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon. Loki is a husky, wolf, and malamute mix that goes on mountain adventures with his owner, Kelly Lund. Often, Lund’s significant other and her dog will join them, altogether making for a fearsome foursome of a travel group.

Wild places are not always wooded.

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9. Aspen the Mountain Pup

Aspen doesn’t even look mildly worried to find himself in a canoe on a mountain lake. This golden retriever, who lives in Colorado and is used to roaming those Rockies, has become an old hand at all this adventuring. Aspen lives with Hunter and Sarah Lawrence, his humans and adventure partners, who also happen to be photographers.

Next time can I paddle? 🛶 . Photo: @hunter_lawrence

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8. Django and Chloe

Humans aren’t the only ones who like to have a little fun at the beach. The dynamic doggy duo of Django and Chloe are enjoying their day in the sand, surf, and sun. A dachshund and Parson Russell terrier, respectively, the two pups are best buddies. They have much to look forward to at the beaches in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where they live.

Beach days 🌊☀

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