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Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park

Waterton-Glacier gets 2 separate paw ratings, a and a .  The reason for the two ratings is the uniqueness of the park spanning 2 countries and each country having its own regulations.  The Glacier NP side here in the US … Continue reading

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Capitol Reef National Park

In central Utah, a 65 million years old, giant wrinkle in the Earth’s crust stretches for 100 miles.  It is called the Waterpocket Fold.  People of the Fremont culture lived here as early as 700AD till about 1250.  They were followed … Continue reading

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Big Hole National Battlefield

If you are traveling with your pets and want to visit the battlefield be aware that the park is not dog friendly. There are 2 short trails which originate in the park but dogs are not allowed on them or … Continue reading

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Capital Reef National Park

As mentioned in a previous post, Capital Reef is a 1-paw park. Pets are only allowed along roadways, developed areas the picnic area and campground. Even though the park lacks pet friendliness, it is still worth a visit.  The Fruita … Continue reading

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1 Paw National parks

I have previously written about a number of pet friendly National Parks and Monuments but unfortunately many of them are not as friendly.  Many of the parks get what I call a 1 paw rating,  .  This means that dogs are … Continue reading

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Canine footwear

For those of you who travel and especially hike with your dog(s), you might want to consider having some booties available.  I’m not talking about the cute little tennis shoes and they don’t need to be fancy all terrain boots. … Continue reading

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Ruff Wear Hydration dog pack

Something to consider when hiking with your dog is the need to carry twice as much water.  A couple of years ago we invested in a hydration pack for our dogs for two reasons.  The first reason was to have … Continue reading

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ROK strap review

Summer is coming up and so is the time when Bark “Cheese!” hits the road with our 2 Great Danes, Varel and K’Ehleyr.  Traveling with dogs can require a few extra items including food, pet first aid items, beds, blankets, … Continue reading

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National Park week – last day

Today is the last day to take advantage of free admission to our parks. Don’t forget that many parks do allow pets and some have trails specifically open for them. The top 4 pet friendly parks I’ve visited can be … Continue reading

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National Park week – Great Sand Dunes National Park

Another sand dune park is Great Sand Dunes in Colorado.  The same as at White Sands, pets are allowed to explore the park with you. There are some areas they are not allowed so check out the map in my … Continue reading

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