Our Story

My name is Kelly Lund. I grew up in the Redwood forest on the northern coast of California. I currently reside outside of Denver, Colorado. I love new adventures that make me feel uncomfortable. I love to explore new places. I also love relationships between humans and animals.

During a blizzard in 2012, I brought Loki home. Loki is a husky/arctic wolf/malamute mix. Growing up in a family that took dog ownership very seriously, I had my fair share of experiences with large dogs. Loki was different though. Instead of him entering into my world, I felt like I had to listen closely and enter into his world, if this was going to work out. At that time, I decided that I would do everything possible to not leave him behind at the house. We started backcountry snowboarding together when he was four months old, and before his third birthday, he’d seen most of the western U.S.

I never took photography seriously until recently. I heard it said once that pictures have this funny way of becoming more valuable over time. The photos we create are the pages in our journal. Loki and I hope we can inspire others to get out, explore their world, and make memories with their pups.

Our Mission

To inspire people to explore their world and make memories with their dogs.

Explore Your World

Wherever you might be, find a place to roam with man’s best friend.

Make Memories

Making moments that will be remembered for a lifetime.

Giving Back

We are dedicated to giving back to the dog loving community and helping people and organizations that we believe in. We give donations from our profits to organizations that are doing good in the community. Here are some of the organizations we have supported.

Canine Support Teams

Founded in 1989, by Carol Roquemore, Canine Support Teams provides service dogs to increase the ability of someone with disabilities to live independently while simultaneously providing loving companionship. Canine Support Teams is a non-profit organization, made possible by the many people who give of their time, energy, money and love for the purpose of enhancing the lives of those affected by disabilities.

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Eagle Tail Mountain

The 100,600-acre Eagletail Mountains Wilderness is part of the Eagletail Mountains of central-west Arizona, about 65 mi west of Phoenix.

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U.S. Wolf Refuge

The U.S. WOLF REFUGE is in existence to promote and protect the welfare of all wolves and wolf dogs throughout North America. Our overall goals are to return the wolf to its rightful place within our ecology and to promote healthy and harmonious relations between man and wolf dogs.

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We’re honored for Loki to be Huckberry’s first non-human Ambassador. Take a look at what they’ve got going on and find us on their site

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