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COMPANY PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NEVADA'S DOG LOVERS NOW HAVE A DOG TRAVEL BOOK OF THEIR OWN

DogFriendly.com's California and Nevada Dog Travel Guide includes detailed coverage of dog-friendly places in Nevada and California and road-trip guides for Arizona, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.

PLACERVILLE, California -- June 23,  2004 -- Do you want to take your dog with you on your next vacation? Or maybe for a swim in the Pacific Ocean or a hike at Red Rock Canyon or Tahoe? With the newest edition of DogFriendly.com's California and Nevada Dog Travel Guide  you will find that taking your dog with you has become a whole lot easier than ever before. It includes such nice features as a separate pet-friendly highway accommodation guide, an RV park and campground guide and a beach guide to the entire Pacific coast. Also included in the book are dog-friendly accommodations, attractions, parks, beaches, outdoor restaurants and stores for dogs of all sizes. The guide  includes detailed coverage of Nevada, including Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City and  Lake Tahoe and selected coverage of Arizona, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.

DogFriendly.com's California and Nevada Dog Travel Guide only lists places that welcome dogs of all sizes and for lodging allow dogs to stay in non-smoking rooms. If you have a medium sized or larger dog and have had difficulty sorting  through accommodations that allow only small dogs then this book is for you. Even people with small dogs will appreciate the book as it weeds out the least dog friendly accommodations. A unique feature  are  the free and easy to print updates  at http://www.dogfriendly.com/updates. This site lets you know if places mentioned in the book no longer are in business, no longer allow dogs or have significantly changed their dog policies or fees. It even gives you new places that DogFriendly.com discovered since the printing of the book. Just print the updates out every so often and your book remains up to date. Anyone who has used other pet travel books will appreciate these added features.

DogFriendly.com's California and Nevada Dog Travel Guide  is available for purchase at Barnes & Noble and other stores near you and online at bn.com, DogFriendly.com and other online stores. It lists for $19.95. 


Press Contact:
Tara Kain
DogFriendly.com, Inc.
877-475-2275
tara@dogfriendly.com
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