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What's in our Pet Travel Guides? Click Here for Details., Inc. is the leading provider of nationwide city guides and travel guides for dog owners. We are dedicated to finding places that people and dogs can enjoy together. If you want to travel, sightsee, or just go around town with your pooch, then you've come to the right place! We focus on listing places that allow dogs of all sizes (some of our advertisers allow small dogs only), as well as focusing on lodging that does not restrict dogs to smoking rooms. has been online since June of 1998 and we are always adding new dog-friendly places for you and your best friend.

By using our guides, dog lovers can now spend more time going places with their dogs and less time researching places to take them.

To view our FREE online travel guide, please look here. To purchase one of our dog travel paperback books, please look here. Offers The Following...


We offer FREE online dog travel guides for dogs of all sizes and breeds. lists thousands of United States and Canada pet-friendly accommodations like motels, hotels, resorts, bed and breakfast inns, and vacation home and cabin rentals.

But that's not all. In addition to lodging, we also offer over 70 nationwide dog-friendly City Guides. From pet-friendly attractions and outdoor restaurants to parks, beaches and even upscale stores, we have quite a variety of places for you and your best friend to visit. Here are just a few examples of dog-friendly places we list in our City Guides:


Ride America's First Subway in Boston (Boston, MA) Dogs of all sizes can ride the Boston T during non-rush hours.

Go to a Major League Baseball Game (San Francisco, CA) Take your dog to the annual "Dog Days of Summer" game.

Shop at Tiffany's (New York, NY) Well-behaved dogs are welcome to shop with their people at this upscale store.

Visit an Aquarium (Key West, FL) Walk with your dog through one of the most unique aquariums in the world.

Ride on the Nation's Largest Ferry System (Seattle, WA) Dogs ride free on the state's number one tourist attraction.

Watch a Cattle Drive in Texas (Fort Worth, TX) See a daily cattle drive mosey on through a national historic district at the Stockyards Stations. You and your well-behaved dog are also invited to join a guided walking tour of the Stockyards.

Click here for more dog-friendly attractions.


Check out the Doggie Menu (Huntington Beach, CA) The Park Bench Cafe offers a special outdoor "Doggie Dining Area" and a doggie menu with items like Hot Diggity Dog, Bow Wow Chow, Annabelle's Treat and Doggie Kibble.

Dine out in Acadia National Park (Bar Harbor, ME) Enjoy Grilled Maine Salmon or Steamed Lobster at the Jordon Pond House Restaurant's outdoor seats with your pooch. The seating area offers a beautiful view of the pond and mountains.

Dogs Get Free Pasta (Chicago, IL) Cucina Bella Italian Restaurant serves your pooch a complimentary bowl of pasta and a bowl of water.

Click here for more dog-friendly outdoor restaurants.


Enjoy Spectacular Scenery (Grand Canyon, AZ) Walk along the Grand Canyon National Park's 2.7 mile paved rim trail. You and your best friend will experience some breathtaking views.

Visit the Longest Remaining Undeveloped Barrier Island in the World (Corpus Christi, TX) About 800,000 visitors per year visit Padre Island National Seashore. You and your dog can enjoy a walk along the beach, hunt for shells and more.

Go for a Walk and Visit a President or Two (Washington, D.C.) Take your dog for a stroll along at the outdoor National Mall park in the nation's capitol. While you're there, stop by the outdoor FDR Memorial.

Click here for more dog-friendly parks , Here for Off-Leash Parks OR Click here for our Beach Guide.



Visit and camp at National Parks with your dog, at state or provincial parks, or at city or regional parks. Or stay at private campgrounds from simple to so elaborate they can seem like a 4 star hotel with restaurants, indoor game rooms and activities and more.

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