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Love Dogs, Will Travel

Love Pets And Travel? Trusted Housesitters Lets You Combine Both!

Stay in amazing locales around the world for free, simply by looking after someone’s pets! more
Woof Weekend

Woof Weekend

The ultimate getaway for dog people more
Destination Mexico

Destination Mexico

Interested in a restorative getaway, one that will welcome your small dog? Look no further! The Viceroy Riviera Maya is the stuff dreams are made of. And while you’re down there, why not rescue a dog? more
Hawaiian Dream Vacation—With Your Dog!

Hawaiian Dream Vacation—With Your Dog!

Think you can’t bring your dog with you to Hawaii? Think again! With advance planning, your dog can avoid quarantine and join you beachside more

Montreal, QC

Frolic through Vieux-Montréal, climb Mont Royal, and sniff out the finest French Canadian foods in Montreal! more

New York City, NY

Brunch in TriBeCa, frolick in Greenwich Village, shop for snacks in the Upper Westside, sleep in Union Square. Modern Dog finds all the best things for you and your pooch to do in the city that never sleeps. more

Chicago, IL

Your hot dog will relish in the Windy City's 4 star hotels, gourmet restaurants, luxurious boutiques and beautiful parks.  Chi-Town really knows how to (deep) dish it! more
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Dogs + Wine

Dogs and wine might be the perfect pairing. Just ask these vintners whose dog-inspired wineries have, quite literally, gone to the dogs. They’re drawing rave reviews, not only for their award-winning sippers and dogs-welcome wine tours, but for their charitable endeavours, as well—many are committed to not only the perfection of their craft but to giving back to dog-related organizations in a way that is making a real difference. We’ll drink to that. more
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Have Dog, Will Travel - Quirky US Pit Stops

1. Dog Bark Park Inn, Boise, Idaho A three-story freestanding hotel room in the shape of a Beagle. Enough said. dogbarkparkinn.com 2. Dog Mayor Sunol,...more
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From California, With Love

The situation in California is desperate. By some estimates, hundreds, if not thousands, of dogs are euthanized weekly, many abandoned due to the effects of the economy there. Many dogs are healthy; some a bit worse for wear. Brenda Barnette, LA city shelter head, encourages volunteers to find ways to get the dogs from the shelters into homes.more

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