Vermont Dog Park Guide
Vermont Dog Parks can be a great place for your
dog to exercise, run around leash free in a (usually) fenced in area and
socialize with other dogs. There are over one thousand off-leash dog parks
in the U.S and Canada and the number is growing monthly. Each dog park has different requirements and rules
to use the dog park. These may include age of the dog and people, vaccination
requirements, behavior and socialization requirements, spay or neuter
requirements, and other requirements. Some require you to purchase a permit to
use the dog parks in an area, most are free and open to all. Even if you
want to keep your dog separate from other dogs while traveling you can usually find
hours when your dog or dogs can use the dog park alone to exercise. To find a
dog park in select the city that you are looking at.
US and Canada Dog Park Guide
Cities with Off-Leash Dog Parks
The Paw House
Some places accept dogs. Other places tolerate dogs. Vermont's Paw House Inn caters entirely to dog lovers. Minutes from skiing, hiking, swimming and other treasures. Please note that there is a $10 nightly fee if you do NOT bring a dog.
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Phineas Swann B&B Inn
Montgomery Center, VT
1880's dog-fanatic Victorian along the Trout River and Main Street, just 7 minutes from Jay Peak Ski Resort. We are ready with dog beds, treats, bowls and free pet walking. Voted one of "World's Top 10 Dog-Friendly Hotels" by CNN.
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