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Win a Mendocino County DogCation!

DogTrekker and Beachcomber Motel in beautiful Fort Bragg would like to help one lucky dog-lovin' human and their paw-some pal(s) kick 2020 off right with a memorable Mendocino County DogCation!
 


Enter here for a chance to win a two-night stay at Beachcomber Motel with waived pet fees! Enjoy exclusive access to the Beachcomber Dog Park among other amenities all situated along the gorgeous Mendocino coast! more »

Wag Tails for Oakland!

Photo: Instagram @thecharliebean
Photo: Instagram @thecharliebean

Yes, Oakland is a vibrant urban place to visit, but it’s not all about dog-friendly ale and wine trails, waterfront dining and hotels (more about that below). As dog-centric locals know, one of the pleasures of living here is proximity to many open-space preserves where you can flee the big-city hustle-bustle and revel with your pup in the shade of redwoods or atop grassy ridges with panoramic views. more »

Dog-Passionate From the Get-Go

Dog-Passionate From the Get-Go

Stanford Inn by the Sea has been welcoming pets for almost 40 years—it was, in fact, one of the first B&Bs in California to do so. Innkeepers Joan and Jeff Stanford know that four-legged family members deserve care and attention, and they cater to canines accordingly. In pet-friendly guest rooms, water and food bowls are provided along with pick-up bags, house-made organic treats and covers to protect furniture and bedding. more »

Luxury Gold Country Farm Stay

Photo Credit: Dog & Pony Ranch
Photo Credit: Dog & 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, DogTrekker.com’s Director of Barketing, loves hiking on the 60-acre ranch, swimming in the dog-friendly pond, getting nose-to-nose with the horses, llamas, mini-donkeys and chickens (extensive fencing keeps dogs safely separated) and spending the evenings with her parents in the luxury lodge style homemore »

End of Summer Coasting With Your Four-Legged Friend

Queen of Asilomar Beach - Photo Credit: Tandra Wright
Queen of Asilomar Beach - Photo Credit: Tandra Wright

Whew! Summer’s over, the crowds are gone, fall weather is on the way—and with it (usually) crystal-clear skies and views to go with. There’s no better time for a trip con canine along California’s gorgeous Central Coast. Start in Santa Cruz County, where the cottage-and-cabin options include the family-favorite Santa Cruz/Monterey KOA in Watsonville, just a few miles from the coast. more »

New Pet-Friendly Options Near Yosemite

Checking out the view - Photo Credit: Callie Meeder
Checking out the view - Photo Credit: Callie Meeder

Considering a trip to the Yosemite Region in the fall? It’s a glorious time to visit not only the national park, but the surrounding national forests and Gold Rush-era towns in the adjacent counties. This season, DogTrekking visitors have two new pet-friendly options in the “cabins and cottages” category. First up: new, pet-friendly “Explorer Cabins” at Yosemite’s only four-diamond resort, Tenaya Lodge. more »

Best Friends' No Kill Los Angeles 2019

Olivia - Photo Credit: No Kill Los Angeles
Olivia - Photo Credit: No Kill Los Angeles

When it comes to saving the lives of shelter animals, nobody can do it all. Which is why, when Best Friends Animal Society, long known for its rescue and sanctuary in Kanab, Utah, launched the No Kill Los Angeles initiative in 2013, it looked to build partnerships, collaborations, and community connections. more »

Say Hello to Fall on Lake Tahoe’s South Shore

Spruce Grove Cabins - Photo Credit: chief_woodenhead
Spruce Grove Cabins - Photo Credit: chief_woodenhead

Labor Day weekend marks a big turning point at Lake Tahoe. Activity slows down after that busy weekend, tourists go home, kids go back to school and communities around Big Blue breathe a sigh of relief. Lodging rates go down, too, making it a great time to visit with your dog. more »

Little Bit of Magic in El Dorado County

Coloma Resort - Photo Credit: @schills206
Coloma Resort - Photo Credit: @schills206

DogTrekkers in the know point their paws in fall toward the Apple Hill Growers region north of Highway 50 in El Dorado County near Placerville, where more than 50 member farms open their gates to the public for an applepalooza of festivities centered around the orb-shaped fruit. This year, there’s something new: the Apple Hill Hard Cider Trail, which makes its formal debut Sept. 15 with six producers showcasing their takes on the low-alcohol beverage that is taking America by storm. more »

Nose Out the Window: Around the Lake We Go

Some peace and quiet! - Photo Credit: Jennifer Waicukauski
Some peace and quiet! - Photo Credit: Jennifer Waicukauski

Close to a dozen communities sit on or near the shores of Clear Lake. While it would take days to explore them all, we can suggest a few highlights in Lakeport, Kelseyville, Clearlake and Upper Lake. Start in Lakeport, on the lake’s northwest shore, travel counter-clockwise and make time for meals, wineries, brew pubs and other places you can enjoy with your canine companion. more »

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