Disney Vacation Club Plans First Pet Friendly Resort
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
1M ago
New documents revealed exciting news for Disney-loving pet owners. Disney Vacation Club is planning its first pet friendly destination at the Cabins at Disney’s Ft. Wilderness Resort & Campground in Orlando, Florida!   Documents filed by Disney Vacation Club with the Orange County comptroller in Florida over the holidays reveal new information about the Cabins at Disney’s Ft. Wilderness Resort & Campground. The thing that caught our attention is that the project will be pet friendly — making this the first Disney Vacation Club destination to welcome pets! Pet Policy At The C ..read more
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12 Pet Friendly East Coast Vacation Destinations For Ideal Weather
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
1M ago
Looking for East Coast vacation destinations and want to optimize your chances of having ideal weather? We’ve highlighted twelve pet friendly destinations where the average monthly temperatures are perfect for all kinds of outdoor activities!   Pet friendly vacations often involve spending much of your time outdoors. Whether you’re hiking a trail, playing on the beach, perusing the boutiques and galleries of a quaint town, or exploring a new city, your experience is more enjoyable when the weather cooperates. The problem is that we all know you can’t control Mother Nature! But you can ch ..read more
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The Natchez Trace Parkway: A Pet Friendly Road Trip
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
3M ago
The Natchez Trace Parkway stretches 444 miles, from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. It’s a blissfully quiet, billboard-free retreat from our modern, fast-paced highways. And along the way, you’ll find more than 100 pet friendly exhibits, interpretive signs, and trails!   Imagine a time before highways … when most traveling was done on foot. Trails ran between places, and few were as well-used as the Natchez Trace. Mastodons and giant bison laid down the route, with the first hunters following right on their heels. Tribes like the Chickasaw, Natchez, and Choctaw came next. A ..read more
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Dog Friendly Off Leash Hiking On Federal Lands
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
3M ago
With hundreds of millions of acres to explore, our federal lands offer spectacular opportunities for off-leash hiking with your pets. But figuring out where off-leash hiking is allowed can be a challenge. Understanding the goals of the different agencies that manage these spaces will help you makes sense of the wide variety of pet policies they impose.   The U.S. Government’s land holdings cover 640 million acres, or about 28% of the nation’s total surface area. That’s an incomprehensible about of space, covering diverse landscapes and encompassing our most precious natural treasures. An ..read more
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Exploring Big Bend National Park In Texas With Dogs
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
4M ago
Planning to visit Big Bend National Park with your dogs? You’ll need to plan ahead! But don’t let the strict pet policies and harsh desert environment deter you. Big Bend is one of the last remaining wild corners in America. It’s a treasure worth exploring.   The Big Bend National Park is named for a vast curve in the Rio Grande River as it cuts between the mesas in this stunning area of southwest Texas. Encompasses more than 800,000 acres along 118 miles of the Rio Grande, this ruggedly beautiful region has a complex and fascinating history. Tucked in a corner in southwest Texas, Big Be ..read more
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What To Do If Your Dog Or Cat Is Stung By A Bee
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by Guest
4M ago
Exploring new places with your pets often includes spending time outdoors. And being out in nature means you’re more likely to run into stinging insects. In this post you’ll learn what to do if your dog or cat is stung by a bee.   No one likes being stung. At the very least, it’s going to be uncomfortable. And because dogs and cats can have allergic reactions similar to humans, being stung by a bee can be a serious concern. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take to help keep the bees at bay. Avoid Confrontations The safest strategy is to avoid a tangle with the wrong insect ..read more
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Pet Friendly Things To Do In Salt Lake City, Utah
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
4M ago
If you love strolling through parks, exploring trails, sipping drinks on a sunny restaurant patio, pet friendly Salt Lake City is a great vacation destination. There’s so much your best friend can enjoy with you!   There are a bunch of pet friendly hotels in Salt Lake City to meet every desire and budget. Or you can do what we did … check into the RV park that’s walking distance of downtown. It was the perfect jumping off point to experience all Salt Lake City has to offer. Exploring Pet Friendly Salt Lake City Salt Lake City was founded on July 24, 1847, by a group of Mormon pioneers. T ..read more
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Exploring Pet Friendly Parks In Portland, Oregon
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
5M ago
With one of the most extensive collections of pet friendly urban parks in the country, Portland, Oregon is a top pet friendly vacation destination. Its quaint neighborhoods and delightful natural spaces are sure to delight you and your pup!   For people traveling with pets, Portland is a fantastic vacation destination. Each of the downtown neighborhoods has a unique vibe, and they’re connected by a massive network of parks. In fact, Portland boasts more than 10,000 acres of natural areas and parks. You’d need to visit three a day for nearly three months to see them all! From magnificent ..read more
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Hiking Safety: Encountering Predators On The Trail
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by Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
5M ago
Hiking is an extremely popular pet friendly activity and a great way to explore new places when you travel. And seeing wildlife along the trail is a special treat! But it’s important to know how to handle encountering predators during your hike.   Hiking is one of our favorite pet friendly activities, and I know many of you feel the same way. Of course, communing with nature can lead to encounters with wildlife and, while thrilling, it can also be dangerous. Deterring an attack, or surviving one, requires different behavior depending on the animal you encounter. Before you head out, make ..read more
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Introducing Your Cat To RV Travel
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by Guest
5M ago
Perhaps you’ve had a cat for years and now you’re planning to rent or purchase an RV. Or maybe you’re a long-time RVer and you’ve decided to adopt your first feline. Either way – congratulations! These tips on introducing your cat to RV travel will help you through the next steps.   When we retired, we knew we wanted to travel. But we kept hitting a road block – what about our sweet cat Rosie? We didn’t want to leave her behind while we jetted off to exotic destinations! So we decided on an RV lifestyle. Fortunately, introducing our cat to RV travel was easier than we imagined! The Advan ..read more
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