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Doggone Fun! DogFriendly.com's Top Picks on Where
to Take Your Dog on Vacation
DogFriendly.com's Top 10 Dog-Friendly Cities in the United States for
2011 give you a wide variety of pet-friendly places to
PLACERVILLE, California -- July 25, 2011 --
Oregon tops DogFriendly.com's 2011 list of the
pet-friendliest vacation cities in the United States.
Home to the famous and dog-friendly Rose Gardens and the
Lucky Lab you and your dog would have a great time in
Portland. These top cities are chosen for their
pet-friendly accommodations, transportation, beaches,
park, attractions, stores, dining and more. Here are the
remainder of this year's Top 10:
- Visit the Navy Pier, dine in elegance, cruise on a
pet-friendly tour boat or walk the parks of the city.
Diego - The country's best dog beaches and trails
and world class pet-friendly shopping centers.
- Take public transportation with your leashed dog. Many
pet-friendly venues in a dog-friendly city.
- Get a famous cheese steak. See historic early American
sites and stay in a downtown luxurious hotel.
- Great hiking trails and parks, pet-friendly dining. A
pet-friendly atmosphere throughout.
- Dog-Friendly parks. Outdoor cafes. Take tours and see
the sites. See the Zilker Gardens and the Congress
D.C. - See the capital's sites, walk in charming Old
Town, take a dog cruise on the Potomac.
York - Luxury hotels welcome dogs, Central park
beckons, off-leash parks everywhere. Shop the famous
stores with your dog.
- Many historical sites, Nature preserves, trails and
parks. Many of the cities tourist sites can be viewed
with a dog.
Honorable Mentions: Charlotte,
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