Normally, I don’t accept guest posts — partly because I don’t want to betray your trust (there’s too much advertising masquerading as content out there) and partly because I like to maintain a consistent “sound” for the blog — but when I heard from Tamara Murray, I knew it was time to make an exception.
Tamara writes a travel blog of her own, called Our Leap Year, about the year-long adventure she and her husband and Holly, their 15 year-old Cairn … Read more
Let’s start this week — why not? — in Massachusetts. Fido Loves posted an enthusiastic report about the dog-friendly beaches at Brant Rock (southeast of Boston, near Duxbury), and the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem proved it’s dog-friendly with pix of a visiting pair of Schipperkes.
Heading south, ClubPlanet described the five best pet-friendly bars in New York City — how helpful that would have been two weeks ago, when Chloe and I could both have used a drink or three — … Read more
A couple of weeks ago, I gave you a link to a Peter Greenberg Worldwide video about borrowing a dog when you’re traveling, if you can’t bring your own with you. This week, the author of Adventure: Your Travel Blog mentioned borrowing the Chateau Lake Louise’s resident Lab (named Sonny) for a walk during a recent visit to the Canadian Rockies.
From Canada’s Vancouver Island, Doggy Bytes‘ Jim McBean wrote a delightful guest post for GoPetFriendly about the off-leash dog park at Victoria’s … Read more