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When you’re itching for a campfire and a night under the stars, there’s nothing better than packing up your four-legged friend, hitting the trails, and finding a good spot to camp. But if your dog snores, gets grungy exploring, or maybe has a habit of passing gas, you might not be all that eager to cozy up together in a single tent. So why not pitch your dog a tent of their very own?
Dog tents can be surprisingly useful tools—and not just for camping and backpacking enthusiasts. They offer sun protection and make a good place for your dog to rest in the shade while you’re fly fishing or relaxing on the beach. Dog trainers use them to stage animals during dog shows or agility training. And they’re nice to have on hand for backyard barbecues or at a park when there may be few options for shade.