Archive for May, 2009

DogFriendly.com’s Roaming Reporter – Asia/Africa/South America

Friday, May 29th, 2009

ASIA/AFRICA/SOUTH AMERICA

You recommend places directly to fellow travelers with dogs.

DogFriendly.com would like to hear from you – and so would your fellow dog owners who love to take their dogs with them. If you know of a pet-friendly restaurant (specify indoor or outdoor seating for people with dogs), Attractions such as pet-friendly boat tour, bus tour, walking tour, museum, park, beaches, shopping centers or stores or any other pet-friendly place please let us know by commenting this entry. Please remember to specify the country and city and as much information as you can to identify the location along with your description. For our Worldwide Travel Guides see our pet-friendly worldwide travel guides. Entries from visitors to dog-friendly places or owners or employees of places may submit recommendations.

* Note: These entries below by viewers and readers to the website are not verified by DogFriendly.com researchers. Only listings in DogFriendly.com’s Travel Guides are checked by reviewers periodically.

DogFriendly.com’s Roaming Reporter – U.S. and Canada Highway Rest Stops

Thursday, May 28th, 2009

U.S. and Canada Highway Rest Stop Information

You recommend places directly to fellow travelers with dogs.

Please let us know about pet-friendly and not so pet-friendly rest stops, turnpike service areas and other highway stops on U.S. and Canadian highways by adding your comments here. For our Worldwide Travel Guides  see our pet-friendly worldwide travel guides.

* Note: These entries below by viewers and readers to the website are not verified by DogFriendly.com researchers. Only listings in DogFriendly.com’s Travel Guides are checked by reviewers periodically.

A Dog-Friendly Auto Museum in South Dakota

Thursday, May 28th, 2009

Pioneer Auto Show in Murdo, South Dakota  is an amazing auto museum on ten acres. There are many buildings filled with cars, tractors, trucks and everything else on wheels. Model T’s, Cameros, even one of the actual General Lee cars used to film the Dukes of Hazzard. Boy, is it’s horn loud. And they are dog-friendly and welcome dogs of all sizes on leash. There is a large sign out front telling you that your dog is welcome throughout the museum. The museum is located about 1 hour east of the pet-friendly Black Hills region on Interstate 90.