COMPANY PRESS RELEASE
FOR RELEASE MONDAY, JUNE 24, 2002, 8:30AM ET
DOGFRIENDLY.COM INTRODUCES NEW FREE NATIONWIDE
DOG-FRIENDLY LISTINGS AND CITY GUIDES
Thousands of new listings of accommodations,
outdoor restaurants, parks and attractions added throughout the
United States and Canada. Dog-Friendly City Guides
in over fifty cities nationwide.
POLLOCK PINES, California -- June 24, 2002 -- DogFriendly.com,
, a leading provider of nationwide city guides and travel guides
for dog owners, today announced that it has greatly expanded its
free listings of dog-friendly places in the United States and
Canada. Thousands of new accommodations, outdoor restaurants,
parks and attractions that welcome you and your dog have been
added to the site. In addition, the City Guides are designed both
for the traveler during an out of town visit and for residents
who want to take their family dog with them to a restaurant, winery
or a park for the afternoon. What's more, DogFriendly.com's listings,
unlike the majority of Internet pet travel sites, focus on places
that allow all dogs, regardless of size.
"We believe that an outing with your dog, whether it's for
the day or the weekend, should be fun for all members of the family,"
says Tara Kain, Founder of DogFriendly.com. "Our guides include
restaurants, parks, beaches, attractions and events where your
dog is welcome. In addition, our accommodations cover hotels,
bed and breakfasts, and vacation rentals in nearly two-thousand
cities in the United States and Canada so you will always be near
truly dog-friendly lodging."
In addition to the free website, which has been
online since 1998, DogFriendly.com publishes a
series of Ebooks for the dog on the go. The newest Ebook
is the U.S. and Canada Highway
Accommodations Guide, which lists dog-friendly
accommodations on over 20 major highways
such as Interstates 10, 40, 80, 5, 75, 95 and
Canadian Highways 1, 17 and 401. All Ebooks are now
also available for the blind and visually
impaired as Accessible Ebooks.
And the company publishes an annual paperback book "DogFriendly.com's
California and Nevada Dog-Friendly Travel Guide"
which lists over 1800 places in California and Nevada
where you can take your dog. DogFriendly.com invites
every dog lover to explore the site at http://www.dogfriendly.com.