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COMPANY PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DOGFRIENDLY.COM'S UNITED STATES AND CANADA DOG TRAVEL GUIDE BOOK  - SECOND  EDITION RAISES THE BAR ON PET TRAVEL INFORMATION TO A NEW LEVEL

Tired of 'Small Dogs only' accommodations, 'Smoking Rooms only' and  Kennels when traveling with your Dog? Want to eat at outdoor restaurants, go to  beaches, parks and attractions  with your best friend?

PLACERVILLE, California -- February 24, 2004 -- DogFriendly.com (http://www.dogfriendly.com), a  popular Internet and print publisher of pet  travel information, announced today the availability of its new unique dog travel guide book.  DogFriendly.com's United States and Canada Dog Travel Guide - Second Edition is a complete guide to all kinds of places where you can take your dog. This 544 page book is  packed three columns wide with descriptions of dog-friendly accommodations, attractions, parks, beaches, and outdoor restaurants. In the big cities and small towns, vacation spots and business centers, in the Northeast,  Mid-West,  the South, the Mountains, Plains, the West and Canada  this book is for you. Designed specifically for dog lovers  who won't even consider a kennel, are afraid to put their dog in airline cargo and would simply not enjoy a trip without their best friend. 

This book's lodging guide focuses on thousands of  accommodations which have no weight limits for dogs, breed restrictions and do not  require your dog to stay in smoking rooms. You can really feel comfortable knowing your dog is truly welcome at these places. Pet fees are listed and the information is kept current by DogFriendly.com's free online book updates.

"This book is the only one you'll need to travel everywhere with your dog." says Tara Kain, founder of DogFriendly.com. "Not only does the book show you great places to stay, but also dog-friendly parks, outdoor restaurants, beaches and other attractions. The highway guides show you where to stop along the way. And if your dog weighs more than a few pounds this book will make your trip especially easier."

DogFriendly.com also announced that its Third Edition California and Nevada Dog Travel Guide book will be available shortly.  It includes over 2500  places in California and Nevada  plus, as an added bonus,  accommodations and City Guides in Arizona, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Both books are available at http://www.dogfriendly.com , by calling toll free 1-877-475-BARK (2275) or at Barnes & Noble.com. 

DogFriendly.com, founded in 1998,  offers a free online collection of nearly 10,000 truly dog-friendly places  viewed by 600,000 dog travelers annually. DogFriendly.com's mission is to find places that allow all well-behaved dogs. Also on the website are dog-friendly events, many sponsored by Humane Societies, SPCA organizations  and rescue groups.  The books are available in the book trade from DogFriendly.com directly or through  Baker and Taylor.

To request review copies please contact us. 


Press Contacts:
Tara Kain
1-877-475-BARK (2275) OR
530-647-1462
tara@dogfriendly.com
http://www.dogfriendly.com
Hi-Res Images-  http://www.dogfriendly.com/photos
US/CANADA BOOK ISBN: 0-9718742-3-9
CA/NV  BOOK ISBN: 0-9718742-4-7

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