Scraps

We love Hunter! Scraps always has a wonderful time with her and Hunter knows how to make sure the whole pack has fun. Scraps comes home tired and dreams all night about his adventures. Plus Hunter’s photos are beautiful (and have you ever tried to get 5+ dogs to sit at the same time and look in the same direction?!)


“Daisy Mae is always so excited to get to go hiking with the Rain City Dogs crew, and I love knowing that she is getting a ton of exercise and play with her buddies while I am at work!” – Daisy & Family


“As first time dog owners, our easily overstimulated, and poorly socialised rescue puppy was a lot to take on, but Hunter helped us come up with a 100% positive reinforcement training plan, and that in tandem with learning healthy socialisation within the stability and structure of hiking with the Rain City Dogs pack, within 3 months we were able to walk him on trails and parks without issue. Two years later, and Whiskey’s weird, playful, energetic personality is able to shine bright and our family is able to have a happy, unrestricted lifestyle.

Hunter definitely puts the well-being and healthy dynamic of her pack first, and it shows in how well they get along and how well they behave. I can say that Whiskey adores every one of the friends in the Rain City Dogs pack, in fact his little nub tail wiggles so hard that his feet actually leave the floor when the truck pulls up outside of our house.

Having him exercised and socialised makes it so much easier for us to work with him at home. It reduces his minor bad behaviours significantly and makes our solo trips to the park/trails much more enjoyable because he’s learned how to behave in these environments in the joy and stability of his friend pack.” – Whiskey & Family


“As a single dog-dad, raising my rambunctious pup without Hunter’s help would be impossible.  I always look forward to Hike Day; I come home to a happy, tired dog every time.  Hunter goes the extra mile to help me with training and grooming advice. Without Hunter, Dillon would be a snivelling, snarling, white-hot ball of canine terror!” – Dillon & Family