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I partnered with Hotels.com to bring you this dog-friendly guide to the Florida Keys. If you’ve been wanting to escape to the tropics, planning a dog-friendly visit to the Florida Keys might be right up your alley. The quintessential road trip spans 100-miles connecting the various keys. While many of the beaches do not allow …

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I partnered with Hotels.com to bring you this dog-friendly guide to Yosemite National Park. Yosemite was California’s first national park and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. The park covers an area the size of Rhode Island and sees some 4 million visitors annually. Of course, visiting with a dog means that you won’t …

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I partnered with Hotels.com to bring you this dog-friendly guide the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the second-most visited national park in the US, and for good reason. The mile-deep gorge located in Arizona stretches over 270 miles long and up to 18 miles wide, making it one of the biggest canyons on earth. …

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Lake Tahoe is the most-visited national forest in California and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Sierra Nevada. This dog-friendly guide to Lake Tahoe will reveal the best hikes, places to stay, and outdoor activities to enjoy with your pup. Between the 180s and the 1930s, conservationists made many attempts to designate …

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This post was done in partnership with Kurgo, a dog product company who has spent years perfecting the design for their gear, including the safety items mentioned today. I don’t just work with any brand and I think Kurgo rocks. All opinions remain my own. Also special thanks to Theo and Lani who proved to …

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Finding hotels that allow pets while traveling can be hit or miss. It can be especially challenging when you’re traveling in a foreign country that may not be so pet-friendly or where you don’t have easy access to WiFi to look up pet-friendly accommodations. During our travels, we’ve come across it all: places that have …

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Despite the airlines’ best efforts to dissuade pet travel, more and more dog parents are considering bringing along their pets on their travels to Europe. Given the popularity of the continent and the relative proximity to North America, it’s a fairly easy international trip to make with your furry friend in tow.  Traveling with your …

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