the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tailNow a book for all dog owners who would never leave their best traveling companion in a kennel...
100 IDEAS FOR GREAT OUTDOOR VACATIONS TO TAKE WITH YOUR DOG
This book is not about traveling with your dog to tiny, fenced in dog parks or disappearing into the wilderness; it is about places you want to see, and taking your dog to share your fun. 100 Ideas, more than 500 beaches, parks and destinations...
Every year an estimated 15 million people travel with their dogs. In recent years, mercifully, it has become much easier to do so with more and more lodging facilities becoming pet-friendly. But what happens when you actually want to leave the hotel room with your dog? Our national parks are notoriously unfriendly to dogs. Of the more than 1,500 public beaches in the United States more than half don't allow dogs at all and most of the rest have some sort of restrictions. But there are rewarding outdoor vacations to be had out there that can include your dog. This book is not about traveling with your dog to tiny, fenced in dog parks or disappearing into the wilderness; it is about places you want to see, and taking your dog to share your fun. So, plan that next vacation with your dog, grab that leash and get going...
"provides an immense amount of history, travel detail, and wit, contributing to thoroughly enjoyable read"
- ForeWord Reviews, Mar/Apr 2010
"Pointing out where outdoors vacationers can go to find dog friendly spots, "Doggin' America" is a top pick."
-Midwest Book Reviews, Sept 2009
Where can your dog walk across the Mississippi River without getting her tummy wet? (page 153)
Where can your dog hike into America’s first sunrise? (page 300)
Where can your dog play on the highest sand dunes in America? (page 230)
DOGGIN’ AMERICA: 100 IDEAS FOR GREAT OUTDOOR VACATIONS TO TAKE WITH YOUR DOG describes more than 500 tail-friendly destinations. While traveling with the dog, we bring along generous helpings of local history, botany, geology, architecture and more. So what are you waiting for? Plan that next vacation with your dog, grab that leash and get going!
Your dog will want to romp across the longest cultivated farm in North America (page 253), trot across the top of the country’s largest underwater cave system (page 234), roll around in the front yard of America’s largest house (page 247)...
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