’s Roaming Reporter – United States and Canada


You recommend places directly to fellow travelers with dogs. 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.

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304 Responses to “’s Roaming Reporter – United States and Canada”

  1. Joey Kee says:

    The Residence Inn by Marriott in Boulder-Longmont, Colorado is a pet friendly long-term stay hotel. Newly renovated with update features, The Residence Inn by Marriott has something for everyone, even those accompanied by their pets. The hotel has a $75.00 non-refundable pet cleaning fee for every guest with a pet during their stay.

  2. CW4 Gary R. Gagnon says:

    I have been a regular customer at Bad Ass Coffee with my medical service dog for a few years and have found it to be very dog friendly. It does not have a dog menu but regularly maintains a box of complimentary dog treats behind the counter for all dogs. It is located at 11460 Kenyon Way, #108, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91701. This establishment is everything that Starbucks wants to be, but has much better coffee and service. I highly recommend it for inclusion on you list of pet friendly restaurants.

  3. Ruth Brian says:

    While traveling across the states with my two little dogs Natalie and Pia, we stayed at the Dartford Inn in Green Lake Wisconsin. The staff was super dog friendly! They are dog owners too! It was so nice to stay in place that did not make me feel like a second class citizen because I am traveling with my pets.

  4. Emee says:

    In New Hampshire, be sure to check out Beaver Brook nature center. They are located at 117 Ridge Rd, Hollis, NH 03049, which is easily accessible to areas near Milford, Brookline and Nashua. They have 35 miles of trails which cross wetlands, forest and meadows. Open year round, there are some breath taking views and trails which range from easy to challenging. They loan out snowshoes and crampons for winter hikes and have a range of programs including weekly fitness hiking with dogs (even in winter). There are also some dog friendly events. This is a “carry out” facility – you take your dog’s waste with you, and dogs must be leashed. Check out their website at

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