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COMPANY PRESS RELEASE
RELEASED ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AT 6:00AM PST

DOGFRIENDLY.COM HELPS VACATIONING DOGS HEAD FOR WARMER WEATHER...AND ATTRACTIONS!

PLACERVILLE, California -- November 23, 1999 -- Dedicated to finding places that people and dogs can enjoy together, DogFriendly.com now makes it easier for dog lovers to plan a winter vacation to Florida or Southern California. Making the journey with a chihuahua or maybe a rottweiler? DogFriendly.com's unique travel guide lists pet-friendly hotels which allow ALL well-behaved dogs, regardless of size.

If a special vacation is in the plans, this web site lists nationwide dog-friendly resorts, upscale hotels and bed and breakfast inns. Florida travelers can choose from a variety of places like a bed and breakfast inn at Palm Beach or a hotel in popular Orlando, to an inn two blocks from a dog beach in Key West. For those driving to Florida with their best friend, a list of hotels and motels located along Interstate 95 is included. Southern California bound vacationers can choose from an ocean front Spanish-style tropical resort in Santa Barbara or a bed and breakfast inn in Laguna Beach, to a luxury class hotel in Beverly Hills.

Finding a pet-friendly hotel is not the only thing that a vacationing furry friend needs. DogFriendly.com also lists dog-friendly attractions throughout Florida and California. Florida vacationers and their pooches can take a river boat tour near Orlando, view migrating manatees near Daytona Beach or walk through botanical gardens on the way to Palm Beach. Southern California tourists and their pups can enjoy a carriage ride in San Diego, ride the miniature train in Los Angeles, or relax on a harbor boat tour near Newport Beach.

"These days, more and more people are refusing to leave their four-legged family member behind in a kennel. Our travel guide helps dog owners find that special dog-friendly vacation spot," said Tara Kain, founder of DogFriendly.com. "But we don't stop there. We also list pet-friendly attractions because families or couples with dogs don't want to spend their entire vacation in a hotel room."

In addition to the free online travel guide, DogFriendly.com promotes the acceptance of all well-behaved dogs into a variety of establishments. Pet-friendly stores and even employers are listed on the web site. In between the dog-friendly trips and outings, dog owners can find dog articles and a Dog Directory with helpful links to dog-related web sites. Dog lovers can also submit a picture of their favorite pooch for the Dog Photo Gallery and pups can sign up for free email at DogFriendly.com.

About DogFriendly.com, Inc.
Since its inception in June 1998, DogFriendly.com publishes a free online travel guide for dog owners. Its motto is "Go Places With Your Dog" and is dedicated to finding places that people and canines can enjoy together! Headquartered in Placerville, California, it can be found on the Internet at http://www.dogfriendly.com.

Contact:
Tara Kain
DogFriendly.com, Inc.
Go Places With Your Dog!
408-271-9340
tarakain@dogfriendly.com
http://www.dogfriendly.com

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