GoPro Fetch Dog Harness

1 Sep

People are already strapping GoPro action cameras to animals of all furs and feathers using various means, but a new mount called the Fetch from GoPro itself is designed to give them a comfortable, collar- and water-friendly harness to hold the camera, with an adjustable fit for dogs of any size from 15 all the way up to 120 pounds.

The accessory includes two mounting locations, including a chest mount for a view of dirt digging, toys and bones; and an over-the-shoulder back mount for a more panoramic view of what your dog is seeing from the ground. The mount is designed to withstand not only aquatic dogs that like to take a swim, but also mud and grit. It’s washable, and it has a lot of padding to help make sure it won’t annoy your pooch.

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The mount’s versatility in terms of working for both small and large dogs might be its best feature, especially given you can release the chest mount entirely for really little ones. You can also use quick release bases to make it easier to get the GoPro on and off the dog, and there’s a camera tether to make sure your GoPro won’t get lost even should it manage to get itself loose from the harness.

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Weekend Update!

31 Aug

Check out our weekend update following the adventures of The Hydrant Crew

Brooklyn, Ruby, Lucy, & Chanel all waiting patiently for a treat

Brooklyn, Ruby, Lucy, & Chanel all waiting patiently for a treat.

Logan, Lucy, & Ruby - 3 amigos!

Logan, Lucy, & Ruby – smiles all around!

Dance Party at the park!

Dance Party at the park!

Sweet little Chanel

Sweet little Chanel.

Walks with Jax, heading down the hill...

Walks with Jax, heading down the hill…

Duke's tired, ready to head home for nap time.

Duke’s tired, we’re ready to head home for nap time. Have a great long weekend!

Rescue Dogs Wedding

29 Aug

When wedding photographer Katie Yeaton saw that one of her dogs had white fur and the other had black-and-white fur, she did what only a wedding photographer could do: she threw them a backyard wedding complete with professional photography to remember the day.

“I realized they’d be perfect as a bride and groom and took just one photo and posted it to Facebook”, Yeaton, 30, of Norwalk, Conn., told ABC News. “So many people loved it that I decided to do a whole wedding”. The photos of Yeaton’s backyard affair for her pups, rescue dogs Lucy and Teddy, were so well received that she is now fielding even more requests for festive canine photography in addition to her usual wedding beat. “My main goal is that I just hope it makes people smile”, she said.

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