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Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite Opens New Explorer Cabins

Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge
Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge

DogTrekker.com’s co-founders, Roxanne and Dave Kendrick, and Director of Barketing™ Maya, a yellow Labrador retriever, were on hand June 27 for the ribbon cutting for 50 new dog-friendly Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge just outside Yosemite National Park.
 
Tenaya Lodge has been a DogTrekker favorite for years and had already been given our highest pet-friendly honor: dog-passionate! The 50 new, two-bedroom, stand-alone cabins add to an overall experience that already included dog-passionate suites in the lodge and cottages; dog-friendly outdoor seating at Jackalopes Restaurant; dog-sitting; a Deluxe Pampered Pet Package; doggie massages; advice on nearby hikes and more. more »

Meet Hotel Nikko SF’s COO (Canine Operating Officer)

Buster at Hotel Nikko
By Buster, Hotel Nikko San Francisco's COO

Greetings from the heart of San Francisco!

My full name is Buster Presutti Posey, but everyone calls me Buster.

I’ve been living at San Francisco’s Hotel Nikko since early 2015, so I can speak (well, bark) from experience when I tell you that this is the most welcoming hotel for pets in the whole Bay Area. more »

Pet-Pride Package at Hotel Nikko SF

Buster on rooftop pet terrace at Hotel Nikko
Buster on rooftop pet terrace
Photo Courtesy: Hotel Nikko San Francisco
 
At San Francisco’s iconic Hotel Nikko, every family member is treated with open arms and open paws. Plus, your dog will especially appreciate San Francisco’s only rooftop pet terrace, with plenty of room to run, along with a mini cable car for loads of photo ops. more »

Dog-friendly Base Camps in and Around Redding

Check-in at Sheraton Redding Hotel - Photo Credit: @nancydbrown
Check-in at Sheraton Redding Hotel - Photo Credit: @nancydbrown

Redding is an easy, 2.5-hour drive up Interstate 5 from Sacramento, and in March and April you’ll absolutely relish the scenery: landscapes are velvety green, orchards are in full pink-and-white bloom and the weather is just a little bit better than perfect. On a clear day, you’ll see Mount Shasta’s snowy cone from more than 100 miles away. Bunk down in town and take a day to explore close by while you get the lay of the land. more »

Something to Bark About

Photo Credit: @mee.uhh
Photo Credit: @mee.uhh

The Greater Palm Springs crowd takes its love of dogs seriously. Beyond the pet-friendly resorts and restaurants throughout the destination, pups enter photo contests and rule the runway at Fashion Week El Paseo, Animal Samaritans has their back, they ride the BUZZ, and enjoy doggy pampering, playtime, and parties at Venus de Fido. more »

Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary

Photo: Karli - Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary
Photo: Karli - Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary

There Karli was, a cute little dog wandering the streets of Sacramento. Picked up as a stray. Unclaimed by anybody.  But then along came Happy Tails Pet Sanctuarymore »

Snoozing and Specials

Parker Palm Springs - Photo Credit: @mimi___cry
Parker Palm Springs - Photo Credit: @mimi___cry

In Greater Palm Springs, you’ll find plenty of options to accommodate your four-legged friend. At many hotels, expect to see your pooch pampered with a plethora of fantastic perks—from snuggly dog beds and signature pet menus to in-room massage and tantalizing munchies. And with the exception of the new Hotel Paseo, the historic properties below have been beautifully restored. You and Fido may never want to leave. more »

Where to Stay With Your Dog in Sacramento

Babette gets cozy at The Citizen Hotel <br/> Photo Credit: @landdolphins
Babette gets cozy at The Citizen Hotel
Photo Credit: @landdolphins

From the downtown core to the farthest reaches of suburbia, Sacramento abounds with dog-friendly places to stay. If downtown is your chosen destination, the new Kimpton Sawyer might be just your ticket. It’s smack in the heart of the developing DoCo (Downtown Commons) district surrounding Golden 1 Center, offering out-the-door access to numerous restaurants with dog-friendly patios (plus lots of buzz on event nights). As at all Kimpton hotels, dogs are welcome at no extra charge. more »

Get a Taste (and a Sip) of the Dog-Friendly Delta

Wine snob - Miner
Wine snob - Miner's Leap Winery - Photo Credit: @russ.hooper

The San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta (often referred to as the California Delta) is a maze of navigable waterways winding from Sacramento to the San Francisco Bay. You don’t need to go far out of town to get a taste of the farm towns, wineries and bucolic agricultural scenes alongside the Sacramento River. The dog-friendly places we recommend for a short outing are all within 15 miles of downtown Sac. more »

Go Retro in a Dog-Friendly Airstream Trailer

Feelin
Feelin' the retro vibes at Hotel Paseo. Photo Credit: @about_abu

Retro is all the rage these days, and what could be more mid-century stylish than an overnight stay in one of those sleek aluminum Airstream trailers updated for today’s DogTrekkers? There are quite a few places in SoCal where you can indulge. A few: more »

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