10 Fun Dog-Friendly Things to Do in California
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by Shandos
1d ago
Whether you’re a Golden State dog owner or are visiting California from out of state, dog-friendly California offers no shortage of activities to do with your dog. From the mountains to the sea, and the cities to the country, check off these fun dog-friendly things to do in California. #1 Drive Along Big Sur One of the most epic American road trips, a drive along Big Sur shouldn’t be missed by anyone visiting northern California. This 90 mile stretch of Highway 1 hugs the coastline between Carmel-by-the-Sea and San Simeon, with plenty of beautiful stops along the way – allow at least a day! B ..read more
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Dog-Friendly Geraldton: Visiting Geraldton with a Dog
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by Shandos
1d ago
The city of Geraldton is located a 4.5 hour drive north of Perth on the coast of Western Australia. About the last outpost before the Outback truly begins as you head further north, it’s a relaxing spot to stop while on a road trip, with plenty of facilities on offer. Find out what to do if you visit Geraldton with a dog, plus where to stay. Dog-Friendly Sightseeing in Geraldton Geraldton isn’t home to that many big attractions, it’s more of a destination to spend some time relaxing and enjoying the amenities. Consider While Geraldton is not home to that many big attractions, it still has a n ..read more
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Dog-Friendly Karratha: Visiting Karratha with a Dog
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by Shandos
1d ago
Karratha on the northwestern coast of Western Australia is often overlooked by tourists. Mainly a base for workers in the nearby mines and ports, usually it is bypassed in favour of the inland Karijini National Park (which is admittedly spectacular). However, if you’re travelling with a dog through Western Australia, perhaps consider spending some time around Karratha. While dogs are strictly prohibited from Karijini (and are usually left in the kennel at Tom Price), there’s quite a few fun dog-friendly things to do around Karratha. Check out these options… Dog-Friendly Sightseeing in Karrath ..read more
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All You Need to Know About the Motel 6 Pet Policy
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by Shandos
1d ago
Motel 6 is a budget motel chain with over 1400 locations throughout the USA and Canada. Thanks to its pet-friendly policy, I’ve often stayed at Motel 6 when traveling in the USA with my dog. Find out more about the Motel 6 pet policy and what it’s like to stay at this motel chain. What is Motel 6? The Motel 6 budget motel chain was first established in the USA in 1962, offering motel rooms for just $6 per night. While the prices have certainly increased since then, room rates are still reasonable, with the brand aiming to provided “clean, comfortable rooms at the lowest price of any national ..read more
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26 of the Best Fenced Dog Parks in Queensland
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by Shandos
5d ago
Queensland is home to a large number of wonderful fenced dog parks. Whether you’re looking for somewhere more secure for your pup to let off steam or are on the road and don’t want to risk your dog getting lost in a strange town, fenced dog parks are a great solution. Check out some of the best fenced dog parks in Queensland, from fenced dog parks in Brisbane, to some in the outback… Fenced Dog Parks in Brisbane Brisbane has a huge number of dog parks, with over 150 just in the Brisbane City Council local government area. And plenty of them are fenced. These are some of the best fenced dog pa ..read more
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12 of the Most Dog-Friendly Destinations in Australia
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by Shandos
5d ago
Whether you’re planning your next holiday with your dog or driving a lap around Australia and want to know what places not to miss, make plans to visit these towns and regions that are the most dog-friendly destinations in Australia. Despite Australia having a reputation as being rather un-dog-friendly when it comes to travel, all of these destinations have a surprising number of dog-friendly tourist attractions. Add these to your list… #1 Monkey Mia, WA The remote resort of Monkey Mia on the shores of Shark Bay in Western Australia does not stand out as somewhere that would be one of the mos ..read more
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Dog-Friendly Miami: Visiting Miami with a Dog
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by Shandos
1w ago
Not surprisingly, Miami is one of the top vacation spots in the United States, especially over the winter months, when it’s still sunny and warm. But what about if you want to visit Miami with your dog? Find out what you can do with your dog in Miami, including tips for dog-friendly beaches, plus where to dine out and stay with your dog. Can You Visit the Everglades National Park with a Dog? The World Heritage listed Everglades National Park covers a huge expanse of southern Florida. It’s a popular day trip from Miami, whether you enter the park at Homestead and head down to Flamingo, visit S ..read more
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Dog-Friendly Alice Springs: Visiting Alice Springs with a Dog
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by Shandos
1w ago
The largest town in the centre of Australia and an essential stopping point when driving between Adelaide and Darwin, unfortunately Alice Springs isn’t that dog-friendly a destination to visit. Find out what you can do with your dog, plus pet-friendly places to stay. Dog-Friendly Sightseeing in Alice Springs The majority of the attractions around Alice Springs are off limit to dogs. Not surprisingly, dogs are not allowed in the Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park to the west of Alice Springs, home to attractions including Simpsons Gap, Ellery Creek Big Hole and Ormiston Gorge. Pet d ..read more
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Dog-Friendly Bournemouth: Visiting Bournemouth with a Dog
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by Shandos
1w ago
This is a guest post from Carrie of Pawfect Explorer Choosing to share a holiday with your dog can be one of the most rewarding things you choose to do. But where should you take your dog while holidaying in England? For those of you looking to take your dog to a coastal resort, consider Bournemouth and the surrounding Dorset area. Bournemouth is one of England’s most popular seaside destinations, famous for its miles of impressive sandy beaches and beautiful coastline. Living in Bournemouth myself with my Miniature Dachshund, Reggie, I can safely say that Bournemouth is one of the very best p ..read more
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12 of the Best Pet-Friendly Cabins in Queensland
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by Shandos
2w ago
If you’re looking at travelling with your dog in Queensland, but don’t have your own caravan or tent to camp in, a good alternative is to stay at a pet-friendly cabin, usually at a caravan park. While most cabins are unfortunately not pet-friendly, I’ve tracked down a wide range of pet-friendly cabins in Queensland, from the south of the state to Far North Queensland. #1 Top of the Town Tourist Park, Stanthorpe The southern Queensland wine region of the Granite Belt is a delightfully dog-friendly destination to visit, including the central town of Stanthorpe. The Top of the Town Tourist Park ..read more
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