You and your pet are going to love the green hills of pet-friendly Vermont. No matter your ultimate destination, make sure you stop to worship at Stephen Huneck's Dog Chapel in St. Johnsbury. All faiths, er, we mean, breeds allowed. If it's winter, try your hand at ski-joring at Eden Mountain Lodge in Eden Mills. If you and your canine dig fly-fishing like we do, get yourself over to Route 12 along the Dog River between Montpelier and Northfield. He'll like the name and it's one of Vermont's finest brown trout streams, with many fish over 20 inches. And if you don't catch anything, then hit the Mad River (the name is everything). And don't miss the Frisbee Dog Memorial at Middlebury College, a wonderful, larger than life iron statue of a Great Dane in mid-flight. From Rutland to Stowe, Brattleboro to Burlington, you'll find the pet-friendly lodging just right for you.
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Great Dog Parks in Burlington, VermontBurlington, Vermont, is both a great college town and biggest city in Vermont. It is a beautiful place to visit, full of natural surroundings, and features two off-leash dog parks. Otherwise, dogs are allowed in all of the Burlington City Parks on leash, and you are responsible for clean up. Take note that dogs are [...]
Running with your DogTips and Safety Dogs should run for the same reasons that humans do. It helps them maintain muscle and tone, so that their bodies do not turn flabby. It also helps dogs have a faster metabolism, and be healthier overall and have more energy. Dogs that spend a good deal of time indoors should spend [...]
Upcoming New England Dog EventsIf you live in the New England region, or plan on traveling there any time soon, bring your dog to some fun events! Vermont: Camp Gone to the Dogs Mountaineer Inn Stowe, Vermont September 6-12, 13-19 This camp offers much of Vermont’s well-known natural beauty, with green fields and impressive mountains in the background on [...]
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