Waypoints celebrate the places our dogs take us and the joy of returning to them together, time and time again. Whether it's a summit, a shoreline, or a certain spot on the trail where your dog just has to stop and sniff every time.
With your dog by your side, these places hold significance beyond navigation. And every time we return to them, the history they hold goes deeper, and the possibilities for new stories to be told are endless.
This season, we worked with some incredible dog and human teams who shared their own Waypoints with us through storytelling and some really fun photoshoots.
Waypoints Worth Wandering
Noël Russell, Sue & Fin
Follow the words of storyteller and photographer, Noël Russell, on her journey of creating, re-visiting, and learning from the Waypoints she's discovered with her dogs over the years.
Abby Chan, Kona & Mochi
For Abby and her crew, Waypoints are those spots they keep returning to – like this staple weekend escape where they can all get out and play together.
Max Tepfer & Billy
Max Tepfer and his sidekick Billy are regulars at Trout Creek. He shares about how community, climbing, and endless ways for Billy to explore built their connection to this spot.
Hailey Hagerty, Sky & Ripley
Redrock slabs, open spaces, endless trails – it's no wonder this spot has become an oasis for Hailey, Sky, and Ripley as they find the freedom to explore their own way.