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Dog Parks's October 2003 Newsletter  
Make Sure Your Dog Has a Safe and Happy Halloween! 

- Keep pets indoors and away from your front door on Halloween night.
- Keep pumpkins out of reach. Pets can accidentally knock them over.

For more great Halloween tips, visit  San Diego Humane Society's website.

Two NEW Dog-Friendly City Guides Added:
Phoenix, Arizona and Portland, Oregon now offers City Guides for Phoenix and Portland. Our City Guides offer all kinds of dog-friendly places where you can take your best friend. In Phoenix you and your dog are welcome at the Biltmore Fashion Park shopping mall where most of the retail stores allow pets. Some of the pet-friendly stores include Macy's, Sak's Fifth Avenue, Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, Godiva Chocolatier, The Sharper Image, Williams-Sonoma, Three Dog Bakery, and Baily, Banks & Biddle. Many of the outdoor restaurants at the mall also allow dogs. If you want to see a bit of history, visit the Deer Valley Rock Art Center and take a self-guided walking tour to an archeological site where you can view 200 to 2,000 year old petroglyphs with your pooch. In Phoenix you will also find parks with miles of easy to strenuous scenic hiking trails. For details about this and more, take a look at our online Phoenix City Guide

There is much to see and do in Portland too. From April through November, you can bring your dog on an award-winning guided outdoor walking tour of Portland. The Best of Portland tour features an overview of Portland including history, architecture, and artwork. If you like arts and crafts, try attending the Portland Saturday Market which is held every Saturday and Sunday. There you will find the largest outdoor arts and crafts market in continuous operation in the United States. Dogs are welcome and the market has several pet-related booths which sell dog cookies and even waterproof fleece-lined dog coats. If all of the walking around makes you work up an appetite, be sure to visit the Lucky Labrador Brewing Company. This dog-friendly pub's mascot, a black lab, is featured on their beer labels. At the pub you will find a variety of beer and food. Dogs are welcome at the outdoor tables. The Lucky Lab even holds a dog wash on their anniversary in October. To view all Portland listings, please look here.

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Dog Book Corner...

Busy Doggies by author John Schindel with photography by Beverly Sparks.

This book is specially designed for the young dog lover. Toddlers can learn to read while looking at great colorful photos of doggies pawing, tugging,  hugging and more. The photographer had to take over 1,200 photos to find the perfect dog photos for this book!

Book details:
For ages 0 to 3
Retail Price: $6.95
Pages: 20
Book Size: 5x7 inches

To purchase this book or for more details, visit Ten Speed Press' web site.

Before you visit an establishment or place, please contact them and verify that they are still dog-friendly and available, as policies and management change frequently. All places listed on require your dog to be leashed and under your direct control unless specified  otherwise by an establishments (including parks and beaches) management. Please be aware of local Breed-Specific Laws that may be in place where you are visiting. The information on this site is not a recommendation., Inc. makes no warranties or representations of any kind, express or implied, as to the operation of the site or the information, content, materials, or products included on this site. If you find an establishment that no longer allows dogs, please let us know so that we may remove them from our list. For full Rules and Regulations for Use of This Site, including the legal disclaimer and copyright notices,  click here before using the site

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