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Walking-trekking

High Altitude Dog Trekking

THE WALKING WOLF: Thomas and Numb on Europe’s highest peak, Mont Blanc 4,807m asl Together, we have been on extraordinary adventures: we have hiked difficult trails to reach the summits of the highest mountains in Italy, at altitudes of over 4,000 metres, tackled challenging obstacles and admired breathtaking views. Now, we have just fulfilled a lifelong ambition: enjoying a delicious sandwich sitting on top of Mont Blanc’s 4807-metre peak, which we climbed via the Italian route.This amazing achievement was made possible thanks to more than a year of painstaking and careful preparation. It is this extensive preparation that makes all the difference to our own experience and means we can guide you competently and safely on your own journey to

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The long path to the top of Europe

Thomas Colussa, 40 years old, ex-competitive ski athlete, passionate mountaineer and Executive Chef by profession, has a dream: to reach the summit of Mont Blanc (4,807 m), not alone, but with his trusted friend Numb, a 1 year old Czechoslovakian wolf dog. It is a record-breaking feat: to get so high, but in the company of a dog. Obviously with all safety for Numb and for himself; this has always been a priority for Thomas. The enterprise that Thomas is attempting requires specific equipment for Numb. For this reason, AXAECO has decided to support their adventure with its products.Follow with us, Numb and Thomas in their training, to be able to reach the top of Europe, at 4,807 meters. #walkingwolf

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Freedom and Safety!

Spring is the perfect season for long walks and hikes. Taking your dog along with you on these outings makes them an even more enjoyable experience, both for you and your canine companion.Given that dogs are natural predators, the great outdoors gives your dogs a myriad of interesting scents to sniff along the way. Whether you’re walking by the sea, in the countryside or along mountain trails, remember that letting your dog off the lead can – particularly at this time of year – lead to trouble and may even be illegal in some areas.One thing to be especially mindful of is that you may encounter wild animals along the way. With it being spring, some of these animals may

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Fun in the snow!

Getting out into the snow with your dog can be great fun but there are a few things to bear in mind to keep your four-legged friend safe. Fluffy white piles of newly fallen snow are often irresistible for dogs and they’ll soon be off running and playing through the drifts. Sometimes your dog may be tempted to eat the snow, whether for fun, thirst or to cool down after a run. Unfortunately, swallowing snow can sometimes cause vomiting, diarrhoea, chills or other issues. If any of these problems arise in your dog, you should always contact your vet. Fresh snow can also cause problems with your dog’s paws, forming lumps or balls of ice. These can be very irritating

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Feel good, feel SPRING!

With the right equipment there are lots of ways to get out into nature with your dog: walks, hikes and runs are not just fun freetime activities, they’re a great way for dogs and their owners to stay fit and healthy too. As long as we respect the needs of our own dogs (as well as those of any other animals or humans you may encounter) when out and about, these activities can be a great chance to build an even closer with your dog by having fun together whether you’re in the mountains, hillwalking, exploring lakeside trails or woodland parks.  Most dogs love running, that’s why here at Axaeco have created a range of purposely-designed, high-quality products to keep

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