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A Dog’s Tourguide to Denver Colorado

Monday, November 11th, 2013

Warning – Pit Bulls and Pit Bull Mixes are not allowed in Denver and some suburbs

Dinosaur Ridge Denver

Dinosaur Ridge Denver

Denver was founded in 1858 to supply miners in the Rockies. Due to its relatively mild climate when compared with the higher Rockies Denver grew fast. In 1876 Denver became Colorado’s State Capital. Denver is located on the high plains at an altitude of 5,280 feet which is why it is known as the “Mile High City”. Denver has some dog-friendly attractions and things to do with your dog. The city, however, has the strictest anti pit-bull laws in the country and should be avioided by anyone with a a pit bull or any mixed breed that can be confused with a pit bull. This unfortunate law, established in 1989, effectively bans about 10 percent of dogs from visiting the city, or residing there.

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Dog-Friendly Salt Lake City Utah

Monday, November 11th, 2013

Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City is best known as the worldwide headquarters of the Mormon Church, which makes it’s home at Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City. The city was founded by the Mormons in 1847. Temple Square is the center of activity in Salt Lake City, with a population of 180,000 but with a metro area population of over 1 million. With a lot of parkland, beautiful views and hiking in the area, Salt Lake City is a great place for dogs to visit with you.

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North Carolina’s Dog-Friendly Outer Banks

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Wright Brothers National Memorial

Wright Brothers National Memorial


North Carolina’s coastline is made up of long barrier islands, the northern part is known as the Outer Banks. This area, from Kitty Hawk to Nags Head, Avon Hatteras and Ocracoke Village became a tourist draw with the construction of bridges from the mainland to the barrier islands on the northern end of the barrier islands. There is also ferry service to the islands available where the barrier islands are further out and no bridges are practical. Cape Hatteras National Seashore stretches along much of the state’s barrier island coast. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy this long, pristine beach with you. The area is dog-friendly with small inns and vacation rentals and makes for a great pet-friendly vacation spot.

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