When you're planning to travel, does the thought of leaving your dog behind keep you from booking those tickets?
Well, we have the perfect solution for you. There are several pet-friendly places where you can bring your dog along with you and have a fun time.
As much as pets like the comfort of home, they also love exploring new places – especially dogs. Traveling with dogs is easier than finding a sitter to take care of them for you.
We have narrowed down some of the best pet-friendly places. Let’s take a look at them and then you can decide which place you’re going to this summer.
Taking a 2.5-mile walk on the freedom trail that leads to various historic sites from American Revolution time. This can be an attractive location if you’re looking for pet-friendly places to travel with your dog.
Boston itself is a great destination, certain areas are leash-free. Also, there are dog-friendly restaurants in the city, making your traveling with the dog even more exciting.
With approximately 20,000 acres of parkland, there is no place better than Denver to travel with your dog. Although you’ll need to keep them on a leash, it’s still one of the best pet-friendly places to go to.
Want featured activities that can be fun for humans and dogs alike?
Places like Washington Park, Confluence Park, City Park, and Civic Center Park have lakes, sports courts, and food trucks for starters.
Famous for its casinos and nightlife, Las Vegas is a much-preferred vacation spot for tourists. But, traveling there with dogs may sound like an impossible idea. But surprisingly, the city actually has a lot of pet-friendly spaces for your dog.
There are even hotels and restaurants that gladly welcome pets. The Red Rock Canyon and the Desert Breeze Dog Park are known as some of the best places for dog-friendly hiking.
Niagara Falls is open for all. If you’re planning to visit this serene place, there’s no reason why you can’t bring your dog with you. It can make a great picnic spot for them.
However, please take adequate safety measures to make sure your dog remains safe. We don’t want Niagara Falls switching their name to Dogagara Falls.
If you want to spend some quiet time with your dog, Finger Lakes just might do the trick.
It offers you a quiet getaway from city life and allows you to spend some quality time with your pet. Offering swimming, kayaking, and sailing, it can be the perfect spot for summer vacations.
Did you know that Finger Lakes even has a pet-friendly winery!
The thought of leaving your pet behind in someone else’s care while you’re off traveling can be discouraging and compel you to reconsider your plans. You can choose from these pet-friendly places and travel with greater peace of mind with your dog instead.
If you plan to travel often, and it’s not always convenient to take your dog...
Consider finding a reputable boarding facility, doggy daycare, or pet-sitter to be in charge of your dog’s safety and well-being while you’re away.
If you’re able to board with a reputable dog trainer even better. This way, your dog gets more of the right interactions that will shape positive behaviors while you’re gone.
Think of it like sending your car to a mechanic for a tune-up while you go to dinner. Now you can get your dog’s behaviors tuned up while you’re doing something else (#vacation). It’s the best of both worlds.