DogFriendly.com Releases Its Top 200 Dog-Friendly Places in the United States and Canada for 2013

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ANCHOR POINT, Alaska, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — .com (http://www.dogfriendly.com), a publisher of dog travel guides, announced its 2013 list of the Top 200 Dog-Friendly Places in the . This list includes places in each state and also includes Canadian pet-friendly destinations. Included on the list are resort hotels that not only allow your dog but have amenities like doggy room service, dog activities, pet sitting and welcome baskets for dogs. Also, .com’s favorite dog-friendly beaches, parks and off-leash dog parks are included in the list. Favorites are the Carmel City Beach, where dogs are allowed off-leash on a popular beach for people, San Diego Dog Beach, Jekyll Island Beaches in Georgia and Maryland’s Assateague Island where you may also see some wild horses.  Arcadia National Park, , Yosemite and the Grand Canyon are the most pet-friendly National Parks. There are a number of famously dog-friendly restaurants such as Jordon Pond House in Maine, Portabella in Carmel, California, and Portland’s Lucky Labrador. Also highlighted are many boat tours such as Chicago’s Mercury Canine Cruises and Alexandria Virginia’s Potomac Riverboat, which offers tours of the Potomac in Washington.

“This is a sampling of the best dog-friendly places in the U.S. and ,” says Len Kain, Editor of .com. “We tried to make sure the list included top places in all 50 states and many provinces as well, so that there is something convenient to everyone. Each place on the list deserves to be highlighted as a top place for people with pets to visit.”

Also included are a number of very dog-friendly shopping centers such as New York City’s

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    my lil’ beast is crazy for greenies!!, February 15, 2010
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    i still worry about the rumored threat to dogs from these treats, but they have changed the formula so i am assuming all is well with them. and i am assuming since they are front and center in most pet places that they are safe. and my italian greyhound is obsessed with them. they make her (usually hideous) breath smell fresh and clean and have really made a difference in the cleanliness of her teeth. i always make sure to watch her while she’s eating it, not only for her safety, but because it is freaking adorable to watch her chew on it. just a tip, these are cheaper from entirelypets from amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Greenies-Dental-Chews-ounce-Teenie/dp/B001CWEC2W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1266273814&sr=8-1

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    Greenies – Catnip for dogs, January 20, 2009
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    I have been using Greenies for years, including the older formula that reportedly had digestion problems. However, we never have had any problems with Greenies. Just make sure you get the appropriate size for your dog. I have never seen a dog that could resist a Greenie. They will start doing tricks never seen before once you bring them into the house. They do help with their breath, teeth cleaning and training and we normally use them as “well earned” treats (they aren’t the cheapest thing in the treat world). I just ordered 4, 27 oz. tubs of the Teenies (we have Papillons) and I know our dogs will enjoy every one of them. Never have to worry about our dogs getting fat eating these as we do not give them multiple times a day. The new formula reportedly has solved the digestibility problem and the manufacturer claims is now more digestible than normal dog food. In the original formula, the problem usually involved incidents when dogs just tried to swallow them whole or get it down in 2 bites. Our dogs always chewed them into small pieces avoiding any problems. Believe me, your dogs will love them.

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