Places To Go With Your Dog

See all of the fun places you can take your dog — for a few hours, a few days, or a long vacation! These are the best places to go with dogs when you want to get away from home for awhile. Most of these are dog-friendly places that you can drive to… or walk to.

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Does your dog stick his head out the window when riding in the car? (Mine too.) Dog sunglasses or doggie goggles will protect your dog's eyes! What you need to know.

If you think that you will eventually want your dog to be a hunting dog, here are some very basic tips to get started with hunting dog training.

Getting ready to take your dog camping with you? Camping with dogs can be a lot of fun as long as you are prepared. Here's what you need to know.

Most people who have children have probably taken their kids to some form of daycare. Have you ever thought about taking your dog to daycare? Doggie daycare is a place that your dog can go to have fun during the day and not be stuck at home alone. It's more than just pet sitting.

If this is your first time visiting an off leash dog park, these are the things you should know ahead of time.

Yes, dog sunscreen is a must -- because dogs get sunburns too! Also important: dog sunsuits, limiting your dog's time out in the sun, how short you cut your dog's fur, and doggie eyewear like goggles: Doggles.

Here are a couple of fun ways that you and your dog can combat cabin fever together -- from recreational sled dog events to professional sled dog racing and skijoring where your dog pulls you through the snow on skis.

Hosting a dog birthday party is not only a great way to have some fun, but it's also a great way to help socialize your dog. It's also a great reason to get together with friends and family that are also dog lovers. Here are tips for planning a dog birthday party.