Dog Friendly Summer Checklist

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Summer is right around the corner and it’s time to start planning some dog friendly fun outdoors. Great adventures abound, and we have a few suggestions to get your wheels spinning for a memorable time with your pal.

Take a Hike

Getting out for a hike is a great way for you and your dog to get a little exercise. Check nearby parks and green spaces to find a trail that’s a good distance and level of difficulty for you and your dog.

Pet Friendly Road Trips

The wind in your fur, the sites and scents of the road … nothing beats a road trip! You have the freedom to set your pace and decide moment by moment what to do next. Whether you go just for the day or for a week, you’re sure to make memories with your four-legged friend.

Dog Friendly Baseball Games

The crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd … nothing says summer like a baseball. And what could be better than sharing America’s favorite past-time with man’s best friend? Major league baseball parks have more dog friendly games on the 2012 schedule than ever before with 16 teams inviting pups to bark in the park … and let’s not forget the hot dogs!

 

Dog Friendly Restaurants

Although they can’t go inside, many restaurants with patios or sidewalk seating are happy to have your dog dine with you. Some places even have menus especially for your pooch. So take a walk, enjoy a beautiful evening, and grab a bite to eat with your best friend.

Hit the Beach

What would summer be without a trip to the beach? Find a bit of sand and surf where your dog is welcome and you’re all set for a perfect day. Bring a few toys and plenty of water for you and your pooch, and have a great time soaking up the sun.

 

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