Michael Memsic  Owner, Sanitas  sanitasbrewing.com

By a Nose

It’s no secret that Coloradans have a special relationship with their dogs. But there’s a special faction of hardworking pups here in the state who take the idea of being man and woman’s best friend to a whole new level as they patrol Colorado’s mountain terrain during the winter season.

Pawsitively Pawesome Places

Camp Bow Wow sees themselves as having two kinds of clients: four-legged and two-legged. Even so, their needs aren’t all that different. “We always talk about how these dogs are children,” says Brook Brown, VP of Operations and Innovation. “I have a four-year-old, two-legged child and I want her to be in the best place she can be. “You work…

Raising the Roost

If you live on land classified as suburban residential in Boulder… guess what! You can have a chicken coop! For suburban residences, eight hens are allotted per residence. Roosters, however, are not allowed on suburban residential lots because they can make a lot of noise!

Call of the Wild

My ideas about dog sledding came from Jack London’s famous novels Call of the Wild and White Fang; Disney also threw in a bone with their not-so-famous 2006 movie Eight Below. All in all, it seemed like an amazing experience. So when we had the assignment to do a dog sledding feature, I was all in.

Oyster Profiling

If you're a coastal transplant loving the Rocky Mountains but missing some fresh seafood, we have some good news for you. Although this may sound counterintuitive, osyters are best when they are shipped directly from the growers through overnight or second day delivery. That's actually the ideal way to get super-fresh, high-quality oysters, which makes these molluscs one of the tasiest ways…

Hope for Horses

Their volunteers help care for our herd of 60 horses. 
Opportunities are available seven days a week. The clock strikes 1 p.m. as the dirt gravel crunches beneath our feet. We just left the air-conditioned office and made our way through the stables, spacious and clean, out onto the 50 acres of land sanctioned as the fields of horse rehabilitation…