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Welcome to the 9th Annual Pet Blogger Challenge! I am so happy to be hosting this wonderful event once again. It’s a great opportunity to peek behind the scenes of my favorite blogs, connect with fellow pet bloggers, and catch up on the ups and downs of the past year.

But best of all, it’s a chance to come together as a community to support each others plans and goals for the year ahead!

For those who may be wondering what the heck this is all about, once a year we pet bloggers set aside our normal blog topics to honor our accomplishments from the past year, and make our plans for the new year. We incorporate a Linky List into our posts, so it’s easy to find everyone who’s participating. And we comment on each other’s sites, offering congratulations and encouragement. It’s my favorite event of the year, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

If this is the first you’ve heard of the Pet Blogger Challenge and you’d like to participate, you’ll find all the details and the questions in this post.

And now, without further ado … let the 2019 Pet Blogger Challenge begin! 1. For those who may be visiting your blog for the first time, how long have you been blogging and what is your main topic?

We started Take Paws 9 1/2 years ago to promote our pet travel website, GoPetFriendly.com, and to inspire other people to travel with their pets. The blog compliments our database of 65,000 pet friendly locations by providing resources pet travelers need, “paws-on-the-ground” reporting about pet friendly vacation destinations, and tips for traveling happily and safely together.

2. What was your proudest blogging moment of 2018?

My proudest blogging moment of last year was publishing my book, The Ultimate Pet Friendly Road Trip. It is a compilation of 49 blog posts that I wrote in 2017, as we traveled to the top pet-friendly attraction in each of the lower 48 states and Washington DC.

To make it even better, last month I learned that the book has been nominated for a DWAA book award and the Sleepypod Pet Travel Safety Award. The winners will be announced next month, so please keep your fingers crossed!

3. What was the biggest blogging challenge you faced in 2018, and how did/will you tackle it?

Transition was the theme for 2018 for me, and that came with a lot of ups and downs. There were two big challenges we faced, and the first is that Ty and Buster are getting older.

At 14 and 11 years old, the boys just don’t have the stamina or desire to get out and do as many things as they used to. Because of that, creating fresh content for the blog became a challenge. My solution was to bring on five fantastic women who were traveling with their pets to join the blogging team. Switching my role to more editing and less blogging was an adjustment. But this change allowed us to expand our audience by including insights on traveling with cats, trip inspiration for pitbull lovers, and a new perspective on traveling with a pet by boat.

The second big challenge came when Google changed their algorithm in late April and started hating us. Our traffic dropped steadily from that point, almost driving me to call the whole thing quits. As a last-ditch effort, I started working with a consulting team to help me improve the SEO and increase the speed of the site. It’s a little like turning the Titanic, but their efforts are paying off, and we’re getting back on track.

4. Which of your 2018 blog posts was your favorite and why? (Please include a link.)

My favorite post of 2018 was Pet Friendly Breweries and Wineries in South Dakota’s Black Hills. After writing It Was A Strange, Happy, Sad Summer, this post felt like a return to the old days!

Traveling with senior dogs is a new experience, and one I’ve had a difficult time adjusting to. I was stuck on all the things we couldn’t do and had a hard time seeing things we could. So, it was a joy to galavant around the Black Hills trying out the pet friendly wineries and breweries with Ty and Buster. They obviously enjoyed themselves, alternating from napping in the car between stops and hanging out on the sunshiny patios we visited.

5. Which of your 2018 posts was most popular with your audience? Why do you think it does so well?

The most popular post published during 2018 was Pet Friendly National Parks and the BARK Ranger Program, which was contributed by Leigh Wilson. I think the popularity of this post reflects people’s desire to experience our country’s natural wonders, while include their pets in a memorable way. It’s the reason we do what we do!

6. Did you implemented a new series, feature, or practice on your blog in 2018 that you’re enjoying?

With a team of bloggers creating content, I finally had time to create an Amazon shop on the blog! I get a lot of questions about the products we use to travel the dogs, to get internet in the RV, and to keep the boys safe when we need to leave them alone. Now all of our recommendations are in one place, and with links to Amazon, shopping is easy for our readers.

7. As the social media landscape changes, how are you promoting your blog posts and connecting with new readers?

In 2017, Pinterest was a major source of traffic to the blog – some months sending more than 10,000 views. It’s still our biggest source of social media traffic, but when they changed their algorithm in 2018, traffic dropped significantly. The same thing happened with Facebook a few years ago, so I’ve learned that it’s best to spread out my social media efforts. 

This year I’ll be doing more Facebook Live events and increasing my participation on Instagram. These platforms offer the opportunity to let my audience behind the scenes, which gives a more authentic connection. In the meantime, we’ll continue working to improve the SEO on my evergreen posts, and incorporating better SEO in my new posts. And finally, I’ll be encouraging people to sign up to receive the blog via email. After all, a direct connection with your audience is the only one you can truly rely on. 

8. Looking forward to 2019, if you accomplish only one thing through your blog, what do you hope it is?

Our mission is to help pet lovers imagine and plan phenomenal trips with their pets. I’m in the early stages of transforming the site to simplify trip planning and emphasize the experiences people can have with their pets. With luck, the site will look entirely different a year from now. 

9. What steps are you planning to take to ensure you reach your goal?

I’m working with a consultant to help me translate my vision into a plan, which can then be broken into projects and communicated to the programming team. I’m much better at the big picture and need someone who can help me think through the details. This person bring the balance I need to ensure our projects turn out the way I’m hoping.

10. Where I could use some help …

Video is part of our plan for 2019, and I’m looking for inspiration. Will you please share your favorite YouTube video series? Any related to travel would be especially appreciated!

There you have it  – my contribution to the 9th Annual Pet Blogger Challenge. Now, get comfy and hop your way through all of these wonderful pet blogs! You’re sure to make some new friends, reconnect with old friends, and learn something new along the way.

Thanks to everyone who’s participating! Be sure to add the direct link to your post below, and include the Linky code on your blog to make it easy for everyone to hop along.


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Welcome to this week’s GoPetFriendly.com Pet Travel Photo Challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures, and you guess the pet friendly destinations!

Last Week’s Winner

Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Alison C. of Idaho Falls, Idaho – she recognized this destination as Rodeo Beach near Sausalito, California! We hope you enjoy the new GoPetFriendly.com pet ID tag, Alison!

Photo copyright: Sydney Hampton (@durangothedoberman on Instagram)

Let’s See Your Photos …

Mucho barko to Sydney Hampton (@durangothedoberman on Instagram) for sharing last week’s pet travel photo.

If you want your pet to be a star, submit your photos or use the #gopetfriendly hashtag on Instagram and your pet could be featured on GoPetFriendly.com, too!

This Week’s Photo Challenge

You can’t win if you don’t play! If you can guess where the photo below was taken, submit your answer in the entry form.

For the winner …

Each week we randomly select one winner from the correct entries to receive a customized GoPetFriendly.com ID tag for their pet!

And the photo is …

Instagram user @iamasuperhiro submitted this week’s spectacular photo of her pup, Hiro! Can you guess where he’s posing?

Photo copyright: Instagram user @iamasuperhiro

Hint:  This state park got its name from red sandstone formations, the Aztec Sandstone, which formed from shifting sand dunes 150 million years ago.

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Get the top 14 pet-friendly places Santa Monica and make your California coast vacation perfect!

Santa Monica is known for its surreal beaches, clubs, and restaurants. It is also a mecca for animal lovers, due to the idyllic weather and pet-welcoming attitude. With miles of wide white sand beaches and tons of funky shops and eating joints, SaMo, as the locals call it, is an ideal place for a vacation with your pet. And to help you plan your trip, we’ve listed our top 14  pet friendly places in Santa Monica!

Pet-Friendly Restaurants in Santa Monica 1. Ashland Hills – 2807 Main Street, Santa Monica

This Santa Monica beachside biergarten boasts tasty food and fur-friendly facilities. The airy wine and beer bar occupies a spacious reclaimed-wood covered patio surrounded by citrus trees. And with dog water bowls spread around the restaurant, your dog will never go thirsty.

Ashland Hill also offers custom dog treats and the occasional “yappy hour.”

2. Rosti Tuscan Kitchen – 931 Montana Avenue, Santa Monica

Rosti started as a love affair with the smell of fresh herbs and feel of hand-picked garden vegetables. Now this informal Italian kitchen serves delightful fare, including salads and pizza, along with a nice selection of vegan and gluten-free options. And pets are more than welcome to join you on the patio.

3. Urth Caffé – 2327 Main Street, Santa Monica

Established in 2004 in Santa Monica as the fourth in this California chain, Urth is famous for its health-conscious breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu. It’s an especially wonderful breakfast spot, because the delicious food selections can be accompanied by  their organic tea and aromatic coffee. And, of course, you can bring Fido to the outside sitting area.

4. The Albright – 258 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica

The Albright is a Santa Monica institution! Located on the Santa Monica Pier since 1977, their menu features seafood like grilled oysters, Dungeness crab, lobster, shrimp po’boys, poke, beer-battered fish tacos, and paella. The spacious outdoor seating area welcomes dogs, with water bowls placed generously around.

Off-Leash Dog Parks in Santa Monica  5. Airport Park Dog Park 3201 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica

This 0.83-acre, fenced dog park is a delight with separate playgrounds for large and small dogs. All dogs must be licensed in Santa Monica in order to visit this park, and non-residents can obtain temporary licenses from the Animal Shelter at 1640 9th Street. The Shelter is open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm, and temporary licenses are $16 with proof of current license.

This dog park is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 8:30 pm, and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm. Note that this park closes for maintenance on Mondays & Wednesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am. 

6. Herb Katz Dog Park in Joslyn Park – 633 Kensington Road, Santa Monica

This dog park offers 1.25 acres of playground, with separate areas for large and small dogs. It can hold up to 45 dogs at a time, and this park offers the following additional facilities:

  • community center with auditorium, kitchen and craft room
  • basketball court
  • picnic tables and benches
  • children’s playground
  • 6 off-street parking spaces

This dog park is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 8:30 pm, and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm. Note that this park closes for maintenance on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am. 

7. Pacific Street Dog Park – 2174 Main Street, Santa Monica

Pacific Street Dog Park features an acre of off-leash area with shaded seats and dog water fountains. It is open daily from 6 am to 8:30 pm and closes for maintenance on Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am.

Pet-Friendly Beaches Near Santa Monica

Some of the most memorable pet friendly places near Santa Monica are the beaches! Watching your dog splash in the waves and romp in the sand is a memory you’ll both treasure for a lifetime.

8. Rosie’s Dog Beach – 5000 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach

At Rosie’s Dog Beach, pooches are free to run and play leash-free. Pups have enjoyed this stretch of sand since June 2001, when a local resident named Justin Rudd began planning special events for dogs. In 2004, the city council approved the official Dog Zone, which was later named in memory of a bulldog named Rosie.

This three-acre plot now has ample trash receptacles to help the owners keep the beach tidy. There is a one-dog-per-owner limit,  and all dogs should be tagged, vaccinated and controllable. Rosie’s Dog Beach is open every day from 6 am to 8 pm.

9. Huntington Dog Beach – PCH between 21st Street and Seapoint Avenue, Huntington Beach

Located along Pacific Coast Highway between 21st Street and Seapoint Avenue, Huntington is a great place for a walk on the beach. Pets must be leashed at all times, which makes this a good option for pets who are less social with other animals.

Huntington Dog Beach is open daily from 5 am to 10 pm, and amenities include public restrooms, parking ($1.75/hr), a grassy area with picnic tables, and dog waste bags.

10. Leo Carrillo State Beach – 35000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

Leo Carrillo State Beach is a popular destination for swimming, surfing, beach-combing and more! Pets on a leash are welcome in the park’s day use areas, campground, and north beach (north of lifeguard tower 3). Make sure to avoid the tide pools, backcountry trails and south beach (south of lifeguard tower 3), where pets are not allowed.

Check our round-up of pet friendly beaches from Santa Barbara to the Redwoods!

Spa, Daycare, and Boutiques in Santa Monica 11. Bark Williams – 2901 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica

Bark Williams is Santa Monica’s leading pet spa and a boutique. Family-owned and run since 2004, Bark has long been a favorite for its services for dogs and cats. They use only natural and animal-friendly products, and are the pioneer of the original Yappy Hour – the $10 daily self-wash special.

12. Paws and Effect Pet Spa – 3030 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica

Paws & Effect makes pets’ well being their priority. They are a styling salon – peaceful, and clean – also offering special treatments to increase the health and beauty of their client pets.

13. To-Wag-For Dog Daycare and Boutique – 927 Montana Avenue, Santa Monica

To-Wag-For Santa Monica offers daycare, a completely stocked treat bar, boutique, and grooming. You are sure to be pleased with the various products, services, and a friendly staff.

14. Pussy and Pooch – 4818 E 2nd Street, Long Beach

Pussy and Pooch is a “purrfect” lifestyle boutique focusing on the modern pet. They offer a dining experience for your furry friends with gourmet dishes made especially for your pet.

Cats and dogs who dine-in can choose from a daily selection of raw meats, simmering stews, and freshly prepared bowls. Their unique amenities and services add a frisky twist to the traditional pet store experience.

About the Author: Harsh Arora is an Animal Assisted Social Worker and content consultant at leopard-gecko. Harsh is passionate about start-ups, social work, animal welfare, latest tech innovations, and all that makes this world better for animals. When he is not writing, he loves playing with animals, cooking and road trips.

Guest Posts on GoPetFriendly.com: We love sharing stories from people having fun traveling with their pets! And reading your pet travel experiences may be just the nudge someone else needs to pack up and head out with their own best friend. If you’re interested in writing a guest post for Take Paws, let us know!

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Late fall, winter, and early spring are the perfect times of the year for visiting Arizona’s national parks with pets. And with over 70% of Arizona’s spectacular landscape preserved as public land – much of it managed by the National Park Service – there’s a lot to see!

National Park Pet Policies

In general, the pet policies at national parks are pretty restrictive. But each site considers many factors when balancing public access (including where to allow pets) with protecting the environment and wildlife. As a result, you’ll find policies at national parks that range from very pet friendly to barely pet tolerant.

Plan a Pet-Friendly Trip to Arizona’s National Parks

With iconic national parks like the Grand Canyon, and lesser known sites, such as Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona has many treasures to behold. If you’re planning a pet-friendly trip to Arizona, having the pet policies at all the national park attractions will help you decide which pet-friendly national parks in Arizona make your itinerary.

Pet Policies at Arizona’s National Parks

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

  • Leashed pets are allowed at all of the overlooks on Rim Drive and in the campground. Visitors are only allowed to enter the canyon on an approved Navajo tour. Check with individual tours for their pet policies.

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

  • Leashed pets are welcome throughout the grounds at Casa Grande Ruins. It’s a great spot to stretch your legs on a drive between Phoenix and Tucson!

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Chiricahua National Monument

  • Pets are allowed on four trails within the monument: Silver Spur Trail, Faraway Ranch, Bonita Creek and the campground trail. They are also allowed in any paved areas, and in the campground.

Before you hit the trails, learn the 7 essentials for desert hiking with your dog!

Fort Bowie National Historic Site

  • The fort ruins are accessed via a 1.5 mile hiking trail, and leashed pets are welcome on the trail.

Coronado National Memorial

  • Pets are allowed only on the Crest Trail and Nature Walk, and in paved areas.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

  • Pets are welcome in most areas at Glen Canyon National Monument. There are lots of fun beaches to explore – especially if you have a boat!

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Grand Canyon National Park

  • GoPetFriendly named Grand Canyon National Park as the top pet-friendly attraction in Arizona! Pets are welcome on the entire 13-mile Rim Trail, in the campground at at Yavapai Lodge. If you plan to hike below the rim, make arrangements with the kennel at the South Rim, as pets aren’t allowed on those hiking trails.

Hubbell Trading Post

  • Pets are not allowed at Hubbell Trading Post.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area

  • Pets are allowed on all trails in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, but not in designated swimming areas.

Montezuma Castle National Monument

  • Pets are welcome on the trail at Montezuma Castle, but not in the visitor center. This park participates in the B.A.R.K. Ranger program!

Montezuma Castle National Monument

Navajo National Monument

  • Pets allowed only in parking lots and the campground; not on the trails.

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

  • Pets are welcome on several trails in the park, including the Palo Verde trail, and the nature trail at the visitor center.

Petrified Forest National Park

Pipe Spring National Monument

  • Pets are allowed in the monument, but not inside the historic buildings or on the Ridge Trail.

Saguaro National Park

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

  • Pets are not allowed on any trails or in the buildings at Sunset Crater.

Tonto National Monument

  • Pets are allowed on select trails, but are not allowed in the cliff dwelling or on the Upper Cliff Dwelling Trail.

Tumacacori National Historic Park

  • Pets are allowed on the Anza Trail to Tubac, but are not allowed on the mission grounds or indoors.

Tuzigoot National Monument

Walnut Canyon National Monument

  • Pets are allowed on the Rim Trail, a 0.7-mile trail along the rim of Walnut Canyon. The main attraction of Walnut Canyon are the Cliff Dwellings, seen from the Island Trail, which is not pet-friendly.

Wupatki National Monument

  • Pets are not allowed on any trails or buildings at Wupatki National Monument.

We hope having the pet policies at Arizona’s national parks makes planning your pet-friendly trip easier! If this post made you curious about visiting national parks with your pets, get more information on the most pet friendly national parks in the United States.

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Welcome to this week’s GoPetFriendly.com Pet Travel Photo Challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures, and you guess the pet friendly destinations!

Last Week’s Winner

Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Cary B. of Fort Collins, Colorado – she recognized this destination as Quarry Pond in Pinnacle Mountain State Park in Cushman, Arkansas! We hope you enjoy the new GoPetFriendly.com pet ID tag, Cary!

Photo copyright: Sue A.

Let’s See Your Photos …

Mucho barko to Sue A. for sharing last week’s fantastic pet travel photo.

If you want your pet to be a star, submit your photos or use the #gopetfriendly hashtag on Instagram and they could be featured on GoPetFriendly.com, too!

This Week’s Photo Challenge

You can’t win if you don’t play! If you can guess where the photo below was taken, submit your answer in the entry form.

For the winner …

Each week we randomly select one winner from the correct entries to receive a customized GoPetFriendly.com ID tag for their pet!

And the photo is …

Ty and Buster are making a special appearance on the Photo Challenge this week! This photo was taken last year on the Ultimate Pet Friendly Road Trip. Can you guess where the boys are posing?

Hint:  This former British and American military outpost was garrisoned from the late 18th century to the late 19th century. Though located within the continental United States, the British did not relinquish the fort until fifteen years after American independence.

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