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Or what about a town that you are visiting?
These one-of-a-kind dog travel guides provide a map which shows all of the major roads and landmarks in the city and highlights all of the dog-friendly locations in town.
City Dog is the first city-specific travel guide devoted to helping dog owners find the resources, shops and services they need for their furry friends including: doggie day care, boarding facilities, pet sitters, dog parks, dog trainers, pet boutiques, alternative therapies, and neighborhood pet supplies stores.
City Dog is not a book about people-places that permit dogs, but rather a book about places that are specifically for dogs.
What You Will Find In A City Dog Guide
- Dog day care
- Boarding facilities
- Pet sitters
- Dog parks
- Dog trainers
- Pet boutiques
- Alternative therapies
- Neighborhood pet-supplies stores
Each City Dog guidebook contains an easy-to-use, city-specific directory for metro areas. This A to Z directory not only includes the address, phone number, hours of operation and payment information for each listing, but it also incorporates an original and truthful review of each dog related business. — CityDog.net
Metro Areas With City Dog Guides
Currently there are City Dog guidebooks available for the following cities:
Los Angeles (including Orange County, Ventura County and Santa Barbara)
Washington D.C. (including Baltimore, Maryland Suburbs and Northern Virginia)
City Dog: Your A to Z guidebook to everything DOG in the city!
I like to help Dog Parents find unique ways to do things that will save time & money — so I write about "outside the box" Dog Tips and Dog Hacks that most wouldn't think of. I’m a lifelong dog owner — currently have 2 mixed breed Golden Aussies that we found abandoned on the side of the road as puppies. I've always trained my own dogs and help friends train theirs, as well. Professionally, I worked at a vet and have several friends who are veterinarians — whom I consult with regularly. (And just because I love animals so much, I also worked at a Zoo for awhile!) I've been sharing my best ideas with others by blogging full-time since 1998 (the same year that Google started… and before the days of Facebook and YouTube). My daily motivation is to help first-time dog owners be better prepared from the first day your new puppy enters your home. I like to help dog owners understand what's 'normal' and what you can expect in terms of living with and training your dog — how to get through the ups & downs of potty training, chewing, teaching commands, getting your dog to listen, and everything else that takes place during that hectic first year! When I'm not training, walking, grooming, or making homemade treats for my dogs, you will find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites). To date, I've written over 500 articles for dog owners on this site!