Tag Archives: dog-friendly travel

dog shopping at Bridge Street Town Center, Huntsville, Alabama

Travel Huntsville, AL: Where can I shop with my dog? (Part II)

To say the Bridge Street Town Center in Huntsville, Alabama is dog friendly shortchanges the dog his bone. Not only does the property welcome pups, they encourage them with festivals throughout the year including Dog Fest on May 5, 2017. Clean and pristine, this sculpted open-air shopping emporium hints of Las Vegas. No slot machines, of […]

Victor a black dog at Red Roof Inn for Valentines Day

Travel Erie, PA: Show Your Dog Some Love in February Getaway (Part I)

(Thank you to our sponsor Red Roof Inn for providing accommodations on this trip!) Show your dog some love this month. Take him/her on a road trip, even for a weekend. February, the month of hearts and flowers, is also ‘Love Your Pet Month’ (aren’t the all?). I’m all over it. Valentine’s Day can be […]

dog with canada parks pass

Parks Canada 2017 Site #1: HMCS Haida Hamilton, ON

Recently I declared my dog Victor and I would visit a different Parks Canada National Park each month of Canada’s sesquicentennial year. Two things: First, to celebrate my country’s 150th anniversary, 2017 park passes are free via the Parks Canada website and I got mine. Second, I enthusiastically joined BlogPaws pet bloggers embracing the idea […]

Day 6 We get lucky in North Carolina on The Red Roof Road Trip: Welcome to The Lucky Dog Bark and Brew

The Lucky Dog Bark and Brew is where everyone knows your dog’s name – that’s how they sell it in Cornelius, North Carolina. The idea is as appealing as it sounds. The Lucky Dog at 19607 Statesville Road, isn’t a bar you can take your dog. It’s an indoor and outdoor dog park where your […]

Travel Toronto, Ontario: Who Let the Dogs Out? Woof Woofstock!

The minute we entered our 19th floor room at the Chelsea Hotel on Gerrard Street in Toronto, Victor bee-lined for the desk. “Wait a minute,” I yelled as he dragged me in before I could get his leash off. He’d found it. We’d booked a bring-your-canine-buddy suite (for $35 extra) and waiting in the room […]

Dog-friendly Travel: You took your dog where?!?

You’re on the road with the dog and what to venture beyond RV parks and hiking trails. Where else can you take your dog? Sure, there are more and more pet hotels offering dog (and pet) stays, but what if you want to take Fido along on other adventures where can he go?