Category dog-friendly travel destination
Presqu’ile Provincial Park is dog-friendly. There are many trails ranging in length you can take your leashed dog along, and the road into the park makes it easy to drive in and pull over near the trail entrances or a picnic table if you’ve brought your own food.
The AKC Museum of the Dog has so many interesting events this November. If you’re in NYC in November, or nearby, plan a visit. Check out all the dog show info…
Dog-friendly cider West Avenue Cider House is where rustic meets swank in the combination store, bar, and outdoor seating and firepits. Check it out.
The dogtrotting.net guide to Dog Holiday Photo Shoots in Ontario, Canada from October to December 2022. Note: this is an evolving list starting October 2022 … #dogphotoswithsanta
A visit to the dog-friendly Rochester Cider Mill in Rochester, Michigan inspired a new dog treat recipe: Popcorn Ball Dog Treats. Curious? Keep reading…
Check out these 7 Canadian pet companies coast to coast including surprising finds including seal meat dog treats and java wood chews.
Dog-friendly apple picking opportunities in Southern Ontario, along with a few pumpkin patches. Plus, dehydrated apple dog treats.
Ah, spring and fall. Shoulder seasons are my favourite time of year to go camping with the dog. Or they would be if I had a favourite time of year to camp. I’m still warming up to the whole living in the woods idea. My dog, however, is a super fan after only one experience. […]
Dog-friendly Fort Anne National Historic Site is an ideal place to spend hours strolling with the pup. You’ll encounter an underground powder magazine, an 18th cemetery, and the classic Parks Canada red Muskoka chairs. Only the Officer’s Quarters, now museum, is off-limits to pets.
Port-Royal Historic Site in Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia is dog-friendly, but not inside the Habitation. Your dog will love the sea-scented shoreline and winding walking trails. #tmacyas #parkscanada #dogtravel