Dogfriendly.Com's United States and Canada Dog Travel Guide DogFriendly.com's dog travel guides have helped over 1 million dog lovers plan the perfect getaway. In addition to containing thousands of pet-friendly accommodations (with pet policies and descriptions) throughout the United States and Canada, this book includes over 40 City Guides for major cities and getaway spots with dog-friendly attractions, outdoor restaurants, parks, beaches and upscale retail stores. This book focuses on places that allow dogs of all sizes and in non-smoking rooms.
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* What does it cost to go cruising with your dog?
ESSENTIAL CARE IN THE FIELD: A FITNESS MANUAL FOR WORKING DOGS
by Jackie Drakeford & Mark Elliott Full of sound, practical advice, it describes how to start with the right dog in the first place, how to keep it in top condition, how to achieve and manage peak fitness, and the best methods of dealing with health problems in the field.
Fodor's Road Guide USA: Where to Stay with Your Pet
Andrea Arden and Emmanuelle Morgan
If you want a good bed for the night and a warm welcome for you and your four-footed friend, look no further. In every state and in 2,169 cities and towns, Fodor's shows you hundreds of places to stay overnight with your pet. In this comprehensive guide, you'll find 5,219 motels, hotels, B&Bs, lodges, and resorts, in all price ranges. Accompanying each recommendation is a brief description of the property and a complete listing of its facilities and amenities. Want a hotel with an indoor swimming pool? A hot tub and tennis court? It's all here.
GUIDE TO BACKPACKING WITH YOUR DOG, 2ND EDITION
NEW 2ND EDITION! Discover the companionship and pleasure of backpacking with your dog! Training your dog to carry a pack, conditioning, nutrition, safety, first aid, manners, and packing techniques.
HIKING WITH DOGS
Becoming a wilderness-wise dog owner. Author shares her experience hiking and backpacking with her own two dogs. Includes detailed recommendations on raising a hiking dog, bonding, training, trail etiquette, and preventing wildlife conflicts, with a special section on dog-friendly public lands.
HIKING WITH YOUR DOG, 3RD EDITION
by Gary Hoffman New 3rd edition! Have even more fun with your canine companion! How to train your dog to walk at your side, how to deal with obstacles, such as stream crossings or boulders, conditioning, trail manners, first aid, extended trips.
THE CANINE HIKER'S BIBLE
Detailed descriptions of more than 225 parks and trails across the US and Canada; rules for dogs in state and provincial parks, and on beaches, plus information on outfitting and much more - all written with your best friend in mind.
THE MISS FIDO MANNERS, COMPLETE BOOK OF DOG ETIQUETTE
by Charlotte Reed With Reed's tips, you'll become a model pet owner, a good neighbor, an excellent customer, an exceptional host, and a welcome guest at the homes of friends and family. Both practical and fun, with real-life stories and expert training tips, The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette is the only book you and your dog need.
The Pet Travel and Fun Authority of Best-of-State Places to Play, Stay & Have Fun Along the Way: 35,000+ Accommodations, Pet Sitters, Kennels, Dog Parks & Camps, Beaches, Boating, Skiing, Festivals, Events, Attractions, Pet Bakeries, Tons-of-Pet Fun & More Guide!
The Portable petswelcome.com: The Complete Guide to Traveling with Your Pet The Portable petswelcome.com takes a new approach to traveling with your pet. The authors, both pet owners, realize that you need much more than simply the address and phone number of a pet-friendly lodging. You also need a support network of pet professionals--including pet sitters, emergency vets and kennels--that you can utilize on the road much as you would at home. By providing this safety net, The Portable Petswelcome.com addresses the actual reality of traveling with your pet, rather than simply the novelty, and makes taking along an animal not only a more viable option but also a more enjoyable experience.
Traveling With Your Pet - The AAA PetBook
Most of the book reads like any standard travel book. Arranged alphabetically by state, you'll find hotels in both small towns and major cities, with a list of icons showing what amenities you can expect. Instead of descriptions of restaurants or spas, you'll find a sentence or two outlining pet policies. Here, a careful reading can save you a bundle. Although many hotels are happy to house animals, surcharges range anywhere from $5 total to $100 per night and, in some cases, only particular species of small size are accepted. This section cautions readers to confirm the current policy in advance. The last thing you want to discover upon arrival with your two labs is that the policy was changed the day before you made the reservations.
VISITING THE DOG PARK - HAVING FUN, STAYING SAFE
by Cheryl Smith Dog parks can be a wonderful way to give your dog exercise as well as social and mental stimulation. They are also a great place to meet dog-friendly people and pets. Dog park design, rules of etiquette, and conflict resolution all play an important role in making your visit a positive and safe experience. Find out how to make the most of these opportunities.