Last August I started dogtrotting.net with a soft – very soft – launch to make sure all was working and readers were interested.
Now the gate is open and http://www.dogtrotting.net is ready to bolt!
http://www.dogtrotting.net is a magazine-style blog built on a love of dogs, a love of travel and a desire to somehow merge the two in our everyday lives. Sometimes when hitting the open road we can take our canine companions with us, while other times we’re globetrotting across countries and seeking out a dog fix in the form of a friendly fury face on a cafe stool, a museum featuring replicas of human’s best friend, or a surprise tribute to canine companions well-loved.
Dogtrotting.net features well-written articles about all these things, posted twice a month. The first Monday of the month you’ll receive a dog-friendly travel narrative based on first person (and canine) experience complete with important where, when and how information. In the middle of the month you’ll get a service feature with links to informative sites offering practical advice, or a book review, or a feature image of a charming dog just too photogenic to pass by.
Most importantly, dogtrotting.net wants to hear from you. Where have you been with your dog? What destinations or sites near you are dog-friendly? What inspires you to travel, with or without your pet? Let us know in the comment section each and every post. So sign up via email at www.dogtrotting.net right now and share with other dog and travel enthusiasts.
I’m also looking for volunteer guest bloggers too so let me know in the comments section if you’re interested.
Dogtrotting.net is a companion site to www.horsetrotting.net and – eventually – www.cattrotting.net, so why not check those out too? Sign up via email for all three, because what’s better than one animal travel site? Three.
We’ve done a lot of traveling with our two Cardigan Welsh Corgis. We just plan ahead a bit and then it’s easy to find great places to stay. Plus, we own a vacation place in Myrtle Beach, SC, a very dog friendly town!
Interesting – Myrtle Beach is a place on my list where I’d like to own vacation property… Someday. Maybe I’ll take the dogs down there first.
My dogs love our full time traveling life. They are never bored, and love meeting new people along the way. Plus, the backyard is always different. I suppose the same is true for me. Traveling in an RV is the best way with dogs, in my opinion anyway.
I haven’t travelled by RV yet, but we have plans to houseboat in the spring – looking forward to that. I don’t think my dog, Victor, has been on a boat so we’ll see how he does. Of course, I’ll blog it!
Looking forward to it! Pics of Lucy too.
I’m driving through the northern USA and have my dog with me. I’ll send some pics, and comments. Congrats on the new blog!