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Weekly Pet Travel Photo Challenge

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Welcome to this week’s GoPetFriendly.com Pet Travel Photo Challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures, and you guess the pet friendly destinations! Last Week’s Winner Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Kimberly C. of Mastic Beach, New York – she recognized this pet friendly destination as Mission Beach in San Diego, California. We hope […]

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Is it Illegal to Leave Your Pet Alone in the Car?

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Is leaving your pet in a parked car illegal? For people traveling alone with their dog or cat, it’s an important question. And as you might expect, the answer depends on where you are, and the conditions under which your pet is left in the vehicle. The laws concerning pets in extremely hot or cold vehicles are […]

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The Dog Friendly Beaches of Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Summer vacation means time at the beach, and there’s nothing better than finding a shore town that you and your dog can enjoy together. We recently made a trip down to Florida’s Forgotten Coast – a stretch of relatively quiet, undeveloped coastline on the Florida panhandle – to explore their dog friendly beaches, and get a feel for the […]

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Weekly Pet Travel Photo Challenge

Welcome to this week’s GoPetFriendly.com Pet Travel Photo Challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures, and you guess the pet friendly destinations! Last Week’s Winner Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Lisa M. of Groveland, Massachusetts – she recognized this pet friendly destination as Parliament Hill in Ottowa, Ontario. We hope you enjoy your […]

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Pit Bull Road Trip: Top 5 “Pit” Stops

Take Paws is a showcase for people having fun with their pets, and sharing YOUR pet travel experiences may be the nudge someone else needs to pack up and head out with their own best friend! We get a lot of questions about the challenges of traveling with pit bulls because of the discrimination they face in many places, so we’re delighted to have Meg Soring […]

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A Dog Friendly Walking Tour of Philadelphia’s Famous Squares

In 1681, William Penn received a land grant in North America from England’s King Charles II, and the following year he sailed to the New World to inspect the extensive tract where he’d soon establish his “Holy Experiment” – a tolerant political utopia. Penn chose a two-mile swath of land where the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers sweep toward each other […]

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