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Take A Senior Dog to Home And  Heart
Published on December 12, 2019
So what qualifies as “senior” when it comes to dogs? It depends on the breed, of course. Small dogs live longer than big dogs, but all start getting gray around the muzzle by about age 7. That’s also when they become primo adoption prospects. The chewing years are over, they’re settled down and usually extremely grateful to be taken into a family that can give them love and comfort for the remainder of their lives. Here are some senior dog adoption organizations that DogTrekker finds exceptionally worthy of your support. They’re all part of the social commitment included in our “4-Paw Promise.”   more »
Endless Summer: It’s A Dog’s Life in San Diego
Published on November 12, 2019
It’s a dog’s life when it comes to pet-friendly things to do in San Diego. Pull up a stump at a tail-wagging craft brewery, chow down on a patio restaurant with your furry friend at your side, put paws to pillows in a well-located hotel or unclip the tether and let Fido run free on the beach – it’s all yours to do in this vibrant seaside city.   more »
Live Your Wellest in Greater Palm Springs!
Published on November 1, 2019
On a crisp fall or winter day in the desert, crystal-clear air is a tonic for the soul. It’s the perfect time of year to hike in Greater Palm Springs, long considered the birthplace of California’s wellness movement. The region, which comprises nine cities spread across the Coachella Valley, features hikes of all levels for dog parents and their pups. Come find your wellest oasis in Greater Palm Springs.   more »
Fall Into the East Bay With Your Dog
Published on October 16, 2019
The change of seasons is upon us, and soon will come the rains that green up the land almost overnight. In the meantime, your pup is surely begging you to get out and enjoy October’s nice weather and fall colors. Here are some ideas on how to do just that in the East Bay Area.   more »
Time for a Dog-Friendly Getaway on the Mendocino Coast
Published on September 30, 2019
Looking for an awesome, pawsome family getaway destination? The Stanford Inn Historic Farm and Eco-Resort in gorgeous Mendocino County has it all, from ocean views and an organic farm to a slew of activity options. So bring the kids, bring the pups and let this coastal haven work its magic.   more »
 "Secret" Wine Country With Your Pup
Published on September 11, 2019
September is California Wine Month, a time when the wine-grape harvest and “the crush,” first step in winemaking, are in full swing. It’s a hectic if exciting time to visit wine country, with lots going on in all 139 of California’s American Viticultural Areas (AVAs). Here’s a look at some dog-friendly opportunities coming up in September.   more »
Welcome Fall With a Dog-Friendly Cabin or Cottage Getaway
Published on August 30, 2019
September is a great time for a getaway with your four-legged friends—and a great time to make new discoveries, whether it’s an activity or a cabin or cottage retreat where you can curl up with your fur buddy. Here are some suggestions.   more »
Laid-Back Lake County Beckons You and Your Dog
Published on August 8, 2019
Lake County is easily accessible from Northern California’s metropolitan areas, yet it’s often overlooked in favor of more high-profile (and expensive) destinations. But we at DogTrekker.com are woofingly sure that once you discover this dog-friendly, affordable and relaxing slice of the state, you and your pup will be hooked!   more »
Dog Lakes You May Not Know About
Published on July 25, 2019
Hot summer days call for splashy cool-offs, and in California, there’s no shortage of places to dip paws in water. Northern Californians tend to think “Lake Tahoe,” but savvy travelers know lots of alternatives.   more »
Tuolumne County: Yosemite, Gold Country, and High Sierra!
Published on July 7, 2019
One of DogTrekker’s most-read newsletters of 2018 featured Tuolumne County, which beckons with untamed nature, rustic but refined places to eat and stay, historic attractions tied to the Gold Rush era and lots of family (including the dog of course) things to do. It's also home to the north entrance to Yosemite National Park. What’s that we hear? Your dog barking to go? Make her sit while you pack, and then hit the “T” trail, no whining allowed.   more »
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