The Best Dog-Friendly Vacations
Going on vacation with your dog is a great way to enjoy some quality time together while also getting some travel in. However, finding the right destination can be a challenge. Not all destinations are dog-friendly, and even fewer cater specifically to pet owners. Here are our picks for the best dog-friendly vacation ideas. From beaches to mountains, we’ve got you covered.! So pack your bags and bring along your furry friend – your vacation is about to get a lot more fun.
I recently adopted my dog. Right now, the dog’s name is Teddy or Bear. I don’t know which name I want to go with yet, but he is the sweetest little brown Pomeranian, and I have been completely obsessed with him. The last thing I want to do is not spend quality time with him. He makes me so happy, and he deserves all the attention because he is just the sweetest little thing, so I don’t want him not to come on vacation with me. That’s not why I didn’t get a dog, but at the same time, I need to fill my travel cup and be able to go and do some of these fun places, so I want to bring him along with me. So I hope this post helps all dog parents that just fully embrace being pet parents.
- Favorite toys
- Potty Bags
- Airline Approved Pet Carrier
- Travel Bowls
- Comfy Bed
- Favorite Treats
Road trips are a great way to explore new places and meet some interesting folks. But before you go, be sure your pup will also enjoy traveling in the car with you! Make certain they’re an anxious dog by checking their temperament – Some pups may do well on long flights or journeys, but others may hate bringing confined into a car, so keep this difference between them in mind when planning ahead for everyone’s comfort level while driving around together.
Also, keep in mind about safety. You’ll want to prepare ahead of time before traveling with your pet. So look for safety belts or restraints that connect to any harnesses or collars, car seats, car mats to secure an area for your pet.
Lastly, while you’re planning your road trip, look for rest stops or gas stations. You’ll want to plan out bathroom breaks every few hours or so to stretch the legs, potty and stop to get some fresh water.
While we are talking about planning ahead, make sure lodging on your trips are booked and can accommodate your pet.
Here are some of my favorite pet friendly hotel chains:
DoubleTree by Hilton: 120 DoubleTree properties are pet-friendly with a non-refundable fee of $75 per room.
Choice Inn: more than 2,500 choice hotels that are pet-friendly
Four Seasons: $50 per night boarding fee.
Home2Suites by Hilton: limits pets to two per suite.
Kimpton Hotels: Offers goodies and super accommodating.
Marriott: 1,500 dog friendly locations throughout their number of hotel brands.
The Ritz-Carlton: $50 per night boarding fee.
Westin: Guests receive a welcome kit including food and water bowls and more!
If you’re more of a VRBO or Airbnb person, they have a lot of pet-friendly rentals. Just make sure to double check or add your pets to your reservation.
Last update on this dog friendly hotels list is July 9th, 2022.
There’s no shortage of fun things to do in the city for both you and your four-legged friend. From blowouts, barks offs (literally!), there are endless opportunities around every corner! So go ahead—spend some time exploring some famous cities off your bucket list while enjoying all that furry company!
Check out this list of 150 Most D0g-Friendly U.S. Cities created by The Swiftest!
Take your dog on a coastal adventure and spend some quality time together. Bring plenty of towels, wet wipes for thoroughly cleaning paws and faces after walking along the beach or swimming in waves that are sure to get salty with ocean water – but be careful! Many pups have sensitive stomachs when exposed too much saltwater which can make them sick easily so always keep an eye out while exploring this beautiful shoreline belonging only yours- go ahead take advantage without worrying about what might happen.
www.bringfrido.com is a great resource for finding dog friendly beaches!
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