Dogtrekker would not be what it is today without the efforts of our famous barketing department. Kayla, our first director of barketing™, was our founding dog, the inspiration for this site. Today Maya carries on the work, sniffing out the best spots in California to take your dog, and awarding her paw of approval to her favorite spots.
Dog-friendly cabins. Photo by Jessica Bay.
Whether you prefer a farm stay in Gold Country, a trek along Yosemite trails, or a Marin County coastal stroll, you'll always find great options. Read more.
The large fenced yard at Dog & Pony Ranch. Photo by Dog & Pony Ranch.
Dog & Pony Ranch was developed to be completely dog-friendly. The property offers hiking trails, a swimming pond and other adventures. Read more.
Dog and Pony Ranch. Photo by Dog and Pony Ranch.
DogTrekker showcases many different types of lodging and family experiences, but none quite compares with the farm stay adventure at Dog & Pony Ranch in Amador County. Maya, D Read more.
Photo by Waterfront Hotel.
Kayla at the Waterfront Hotel Kayla decided to attend Jack London Square's Boo! Bark, Brews & Bites Halloween party and spent the night at the Joie de Vivre's Waterfro Read more.
Photo by Visit Huntington Beach.
DogTrekker.com's Chief Operating Dog, Director of Barketing and Research Lab, Kayla, recently visited Huntington Beach (aka Surf City, USA) and is still barking about it. Sur Read more.