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  • ljowen123ljowen123
    Posts: 3105
    I know I started a thread eons ago about travel & dogs, but I can't find it. In any case, I had a new website to add:

    You can find destinations, lodging, attractions, and events for cities near where you may be going.
    LJ - owned by Queen Jazz, a Shiba Inu, Atlanta, GA
    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-05-31 01:17:33
  • sunyatasunyata
    Posts: 8587
    I LOVE!

    I have used their site a few times, and every time I do, they send a $5 coupon for my next hotel booking through them. Plus, their customer service is pretty darn good, too!
    Bella 2Mountains 2Nola 2
    Casey, with Bella and Nola, hanging out in the mountains of Virginia.
    I Wander, I Ride
  • Serkle kSerkle k
    Posts: 974
    Thank you for the link! my girlfriend and I were thinking of taking a small road trip to Maine to visit her Aunt, and we were wondering how to find dog friendly destinations! this is great, thanks again! what other sites are there?
  • ljowen123ljowen123
    Posts: 3105
    Here are a couple of other spots that I have bookmarked:
    For Dog Parks:

    Pet Stores, Vets, Kennels, Training
    LJ - owned by Queen Jazz, a Shiba Inu, Atlanta, GA
  • okironokiron
    Posts: 735
    Specific to OC but:
  • curlytailscurlytails
    Posts: 2779
    Specific to the San Francisco Bay Area, but here's another one:

    Fido Factor
    Bowdu 寶肚 (Shiba) and Bowpi 寶媲 (Basenji) with M.C.
  • poltergeistpoltergeist
    Posts: 426

    I actually was thinking of mentioning something similar like but making out our own guide.

    There is very little on Tallinn, Estonia and I bet several European places.
    Is a list of dog parks in Tallinn (although I would avoid Toompark dog park because of 'dog park people')

    Juhkentali 10 Dog park (Kesklinn) is by far the best one as it separates big and small dogs.

    Kadriorg is also a nice park to walk your dog but cannot be in certain areas and must be on leash.

    I only know two places that are dog-friendly. Texax Cantina on Pikk Street accepts dogs (although call in advance) - this is the best Tex-Mex in Tallinn (not many around). Their pun is "dog must not be bigger than a cow" (doggie/cow, etc)

    There is also Pudel Baar which is just a pub/bar so it only serves drinks. Dogs are allowed!

    Most restaurants in the old town/centre will have patios and dogs are allowed to sit out in the outdoor areas. - the best place for puppy school or any other form of learning (such as obedience, agility, etc). All techniques are taught based on positive reinforcement. Staff gives lessons in Estonian but will come around and explain in English :)
    This maybe useful if you are moving here, etc. Also, sometimes they have these 'scavenger hunts' with your dog, it is a lot of fun I did it in December with my BT. We were not last! Although they do require that your 'pet passport' be updated (up to date vaccines, etc). This only takes one day and there are different categories, I did the 'hobby' group.

    Snob Pet store - this is a unique and individual pet store located in the old town. They are doggy friendly and dogs are welcomed. They also have a water bowl out if your dog is hot.
    This is their Facebook group:

    Post edited by poltergeist at 2014-03-13 10:43:18

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