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Dog-Friendly Trips Photo by Photo

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Fidose of Reality is taking a much-needed vacation this week, but that doesn’t mean we stop blogging: That runs through our veins! If you are a dog-friendly traveler and love taking your dog on trips with you, you’ve come to the right place.

In honor of this date being celebrated as Wordless Wednesday (where pet bloggers are encouraged to show more than write) – we celebrate with some of the roads that Dexter, our PR (Puppy Relations) Manager, and I have taken. For over 20 years, we’ve been traveling with a dog and ALL of our vacations are pet-friendly ones. If my dog can’t come, it isn’t a vacation.

And if taking a trip that requires some cash for hotels and what not is out of your budget: Not to fret. Some of the best dog-friendly memories we’ve made involve a picnic basket, a day trip, or a trek to the park. Dog-friendly staycations are heaps of fun, too. Without further ado, here are a few of our dog-friendly memories “Dexter” style:

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Arlington National Cemetery is pet-friendly for well-behaved leashed dogs…see?

 

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Talk about a room with a view: Delamar Greenwich Harbor in Connecticut

 

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Dexter digs Inn by the Sea

 

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Looking down from the top of Trump Soho in the Big Apple
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On a picnic – fun and affordable pet-friendly times!

 

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Plenty to do in Baltimore, Maryland for dogs

 

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BlogPaws social media conferences welcome pets – Dexter digs the swag!

 

 

 

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Testing the bed at Ink48 in the Hell’s Kitchen district of NYC

 

And here are a few more pet lovers that, no doubt, take their pet with them at one point or another. Give them a peek and tell them we sent you: It’s the BlogPaws Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop!

 

 

Comments

  1. Paula says

    Glad to see you got a vacation, my east coast friends. I often take my dogs to the beach or park or lake. You are right, you don’t need a lot of money to have a good time with your pets. And in Cali, everything is expensive. Another way I found is to join meetup groups. Look for them in your area, there are often different dog groups and you can join in the fun for less.

  2. SnowyDay says

    Wow! Hopefully he didn’t spend too much money in the gift shops, those always get me when I am on vacation! (Great photos though, super cute. You look great too!)

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