Dog Parks 2.0


It's Spring time in Maine and Harley and I would like to show you some fun and safe ways to visit the dog park. You should always contact your veterinarian about dog park safety, including any outbreaks they've seen in the area and how to protect your dog from heatstroke! You should always bring water for your dog to make sure they stay hydrated. It's important to monitor the exercise your dog is getting and avoid overheating (this is especially important in brachycephalic dogs or those with respiratory or heart disease). It's also important to make sure you never let your dog chew on sticks because they could splinter off in their mouth and cause problems down the road, so bring a ball they can chase around.

Don't forget to exercise caution when bringing your dog around new dogs. Always make sure your dog is up to date on vaccinations and current on intestinal parasite control. As for your safety, always wear boots or sneakers- never flip flops or any kind of open-toed shoe because hookworm could be present in the soil as well as other bacterias.





3 Best Parks for Dogs and Families in Madison, WI

If you’re like the millions of “pet parents” around the country, you take your dog with you everywhere you go. Running errands? Here comes Fido. Heading to a bar? Bring Spot along. However, letting your dog off the leash simply can’t happen at these places in Madison. On top of that, if you don’t have a yard to let your dog run amok, it can keep him or her from, well, being a dog. But fear not. Madison has eight off-leash and 26 on-leash dog parks that are perfect for your canine friend and the rest of your family.


Resources

Keep your dog healthy and happy. Take your dog to a veterinarian for annual physical exams and inoculations against rabies and other diseases.

For information about spaying/neutering your pet, please contact the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) at (212) 876-7700.

To report a lost or found dog, please contact Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) at lost and found wesbite.

To report animal cruelty, please call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS (8477). To report crimes in progress, please call 911.


Sunriver Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

Dogs are an important part of your family, so it wouldn’t be a family vacation without them! Bring your 4-legged friend along to Sunriver and enjoy some quality time in the sun. Explore the local wildlife and nature trails, go for a dip in the Riverbend Dog Park, or get some quality play-time in at one of the many off-leash dog parks in Sunriver. There’s so many great ways to enjoy Sunriver with your pup!

Our pet friendly rentals come fully-equipped with everything that you need to enjoy your stay in Sunriver, including full-kitchens, fresh linens, and ample living space for the whole family to kick back and relax. Please remember that dogs must be on a leash in common areas and on sidewalks throughout Sunriver, so be sure to bring a harness and leash with you. We also recommend bringing a doggie life jacket if you’ll be exploring the river and lakes with your pup, and an insulated harness or coat for your dog if you’re coming in the winter months.


Top 5 Pet-Friendly Places in Key West

Ready to explore Key West but don’t want to leave your pet behind? Fortunately, the island is home to several popular destinations for both people and their pets. Learn more about the top 5 pet-friendly places in Key West.

1) Island Dogs Bar

At Island Dogs Bar, we invite you and your pet to come as you are. Located steps off Duval Street, casual wear and flip-flops are encouraged in our laid-back establishment. Island Dogs has a spacious outdoor porch perfect for relaxing and people-watching with your furry friend. Take a seat outside with our signature Key Lime Pie Martini and one of our unique hot dogs, authentic Boston pub pizzas or Baja fish tacos for a truly delicious treat. Featuring Happy Hour specials Monday-Friday from 4:30-6:30 pm, Island Dogs is the perfect place to bring your pet and enjoy a slice of island life.

2) Key West Aquarium

The Key West Aquarium is a popular Key West attraction for all ages. Best of all, you don’t have to leave your dog behind to enjoy the exhibits as long as it’s on a leash. Home to sharks, turtles, brightly colored schools of fish, stingrays and much more, the Key West Aquarium is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visitors can touch a variety of marine animals native to Key West waters, including conchs, sea stars, sea urchins, hermit crabs, horseshoe crabs and more in the aquarium’s touch tank. Perhaps the most unforgettable part of a trip to the aquarium is the chance to touch a juvenile nurse shark on the tail during one of the scheduled shark feedings. Bring your dog along and learn more about Key West’s intricate ecosystem and fascinating marine life.

3) Higgs Beach Dog Park

Locals and visitors alike bring their furry friends to Higgs Beach Dog Park for some fun in the sun. It’s the ideal place to mingle and chat while your pet frolics with other friendly dogs. The dog park is divided into two areas with separate spaces for small dogs and larger dogs. This well-maintained park offers plenty of activities for pets and some shady spots for beachside picnics. If you stick around until the evening, Higgs Beach offers a great view of the island’s brilliant sunset.

4) The Half Shell Raw Bar

Looking for fresh oysters and a place to bring your pet? The Half Shell Raw Bar has it all. Take a seat at the Half Shell’s breezy outdoor porch and enjoy Key West’s freshest seafood, sourced daily from the neighboring Half Shell Fish Market. If you’re in the mood for oysters, order them by the dozen and watch as they’re shucked from the shell onto your plate at the Half Shell’s in-house shucking station. You and your pet can also take in views of Key West’s picturesque historic seaport, where boats come and go in the harbor all day.

5) Mallory Square Sunset Celebration

Key West is famous for its breathtaking fiery sunsets. Every night, a crowd gathers at Mallory Square to celebrate this spectacular sight. Acrobats, magicians, musicians, artists and more perform for excited crowds at this one-of-a-kind cultural event. The sunset celebration is fun for all ages and there’s no need to leave your pet out of the festivities. Simply put your dog on a leash and walk down to Mallory Square for a colorful Key West experience.


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