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COMPANY PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TWO CANADIAN CITIES, VANCOUVER AND TORONTO, PLACE IN DOGFRIENDLY.COM'S 2005 TOP 10 DOG-FRIENDLY DESTINATION CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

Vancouver placed second in the list; Toronto ninth. Both cities offer much to do with your dog, nearby out of town attractions, and dog-friendly transportation.


POLLOCK PINES, California -- May 16, 2005 -- DogFriendly.com (http://www.dogfriendly.com)  announced  its 2005 list of the Top 10 dog-friendly destination cities  in the United States and Canada. DogFriendly.com annually compiles this list for people who want to take their dogs with them on vacation. This year there is  a separate list for larger cities and resort areas. The rankings are determined by the DogFriendly.com staff and take  into account the number and quality of dog-friendly accommodations,  transportation, availability of interesting things to do with your dog and outdoor restaurants that allow dogs.

1. Chicago - Stay in an upscale hotel, take a boat tour, visit Navy Pier, enjoy the parks. Chicago has lots to do with your four-legged pal. 
2. Vancouver - Visit Historic Gastown and Granville Island. Take your leashed dog on the local trains and buses. Visit nearby Victoria.
3. Boston - Walk the freedom trail, visit the Faneuil Hall marketplace and ride in a carriage. Your dog may ride the city subways with you. Visit nearby Cape Cod or Bar Harbour.
4.  San Francisco - Excellent lodging and dog-friendly parks, ride the famous cable cars, visit the Fisherman's Wharf area for some shopping. The cities trains and buses allow your dog. Visit nearby dog-friendly Carmel or Lake Tahoe.
5. Seattle - Take a carriage ride through Pioneer Square or visit the Sculpture Garden. Your pet can ride the beautiful ferries and the city buses and trains. 
6. Salt Lake City - Beautiful parks that welcome leashed dogs. Visit a small amusement park in Liberty Park or hike Ensign Peak Trail for a view of the city below. Visit Park City for the day.
7. San Diego - Dogs love the off-leash parks and especially the beaches. Try Dog Beach or Fiesta Island. Many dog-friendly outdoor restaurants. Visit nearby Julian or Temecula.
8. Tucson - Stay at one of the many nice dog-friendly hotels. Take your dog to Old Tucson Studios or the Pima Air and Space Museum. Visit Tombstone for a day.
9. Toronto - Visit Black Creek Pioneer Village, Centreville Amusement Park or the Toronto Islands Park. Take your dog on the cities subways and buses. View magnificent Niagara Falls nearby. 
10. San Antonio - View the Alamo from outside with your dog, stroll the Riverwalk and visit Market Square marketplace for some shopping and a meal.

For more details on these places please visit http://www.dogfriendly.com/top10. DogFriendly.com, founded in 1998 to provide dog travel information,  offers a free website and publishes paperback books. DogFriendly.com's United States and Canada Dog Travel Guide is available for order or purchase at bookstores throughout Canada, online at Chapters/Indigo http://www.chapters.ca and at  http://www.dogfriendly.com .

Press Contact:
Len  Kain
DogFriendly.com, Inc.
1-877-475-2275
email@dogfriendly.com
http://www.dogfriendly.com

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