Oz Wolf

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I am a 2-year old Australian Shepherd. I am also an entertainer and explorer with a focus on connecting with broader communities of dogs and people. I particularly love frisbee, swimming, trail running and TREATS!

Salty Dog

Yesterday I heard my parents talking about a post in the Panamerican Travelers forum.  In it, a member had asked a question.  To sum it up, he asked whether anyone on the forum had concluded that overlanding wasn’t their “cup of tea” after doing it for a while.  In response, our friend James (also an […]

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Tales of a Lost Tail

I’ve been suffering over my own suffering with loss my tail since I was 4-days old.  The affects of this loss shaped my mission to find it on this journey.  I learned a lot about this mission in Peru.  But the truth is, I didn’t find my tail in this country; what I found was […]

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A Dog’s Overlanding Life

During our journey, many have asked us, what’s it like traveling with me?  For me, our journey has been a once in a lifetime adventure.  So far, I’ve been to 10 new countries.  And I’ve connected with all sorts of different people.  My deepest connections have been with other humans like the 6-year old Swiss […]

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Not All Who Wander Are Lost

When we set out on this expedition I thought it would be a great opportunity to go on a Tail Quest.  I haven’t seen my tail since I was 4-days old, and I’d love to be able to show it to people so they don’t think I am crazy.  I swear it used to be […]

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Oz’s Top 10

It seems like top 10 lists are cool (at least on blogs and websites) so I’ll give it a go.  My top 10 list is a bit deferent than my parent’s.  Their’s are focused on crazy adventures in the jungle and hippy dippy nature experiences involving cool birds or weird mammals.  I don’t get to […]

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Dogs Without Borders

Crossing the borders of El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua was a little sketchy.  First, the vet in Guatemala said it would cost us $300 to get my health certification into these countries.  He told us it wasn’t really worth it.  So, I had to cross some borders illegally.  I didn’t like being stuck behind a […]

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It Takes a Village to Raise a Dog

During our travels I’ve had the opportunity to call many places home.  Home has been in villages, cities, jungles, and nature reserves… on beaches, lakes and farms.  I’ve made a lot of new friends in these places that I now consider family; humans, animals and dogs alike.  Almost every place we stay, I am taken […]

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Cookoo for Coconuts in the Carribean

One of my favorite things about this trip has been the coconuts.  I love coconuts!  It all started with coconut oil when I was young.  There were a lot of coconuts in Mexico, and just as many in the Caribbean.  The places we have stayed have coconuts in the trees and on the ground.  Even […]

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Young Grasshopper

So far, this trip has been great for my overall well-being.  As an extrovert, I’m often refueled connecting with a broader community.  I also find a lot of time for myself, and for my frisbee.  I get a little “off” when we are on the go a lot, but life gets boring when we stay […]

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Mexico Street Life vs. Gringo Camper Life

Most of the dogs I meet in Mexico tell me that they have an important job to do: protect the property. It doesn’t matter if it’s a car, a store, a house or a beach, or all of the above. Sometimes I get this funny feeling when we’re hanging out. Like, I’m supposed to be […]

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