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What It’s All About, Ralphie?

Wild Blue Dogs / Arne and Bentley
Wild Blue Dogs / Arne and Bentley

According to Wild Blue’s research, one in three dogs will get cancer, six million will be diagnosed in 2020 and most will die within a year.  Wild Blue’s need-based treatment program offers grants to people lacking the resources to pay for their pet’s cancer treatment.  Its fundraising activities include two week-long dog camps at Lake Tahoe plus “yappy hour”’ events and other fun get-togethers throughout the year. more »

Gather Your Gear, It’s Dog Camp Time!

Wild Blue Dogs
Wild Blue Dogs

For 2020, Wild Blue Dogs will be hosting both a summer and fall dog-and-people camp at Lake Tahoe! It’s the perfect forum for relaxing on the beach or under the pines with your buddy, making new human and canine friends and learning lots of new skills and tricks in the bargain. more »

Register Early and Save!

Several price points for Wild Blue camps are offered, depending on lodging choice. An early-bird special for those who make an initial deposit for the spring camp before March 1 knocks $150 off the registration price.  For the fall camp, the deadline is April 30. Refer a friend (or friends) and get a $100 bonus for each one.  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 »

Pitch A Tent Or Pull Up an RV at These Dog-Friendly Campgrounds

All set up! - Photo Credit: Cassie Elizarraraz
All set up! - Photo Credit: Cassie Elizarraraz

Summers are made for camping, and Lake County has no shortage of dog-friendly campgrounds, both public and private, where you can pop a tent or pull up an RV for a few days of outdoor fun with your family, pup included. On the private campground side, you’ll find full hookups, tent sites, club rooms, motel-style lodging and lots of other amenities at waterfront resorts including The Narrows Family Resort (at Blue Lakes) or Pine Acres Blue Lake Resortmore »

Vet Buzz: Oh No! My Dog is Limping!

Oh no, my leg! - Photo Credit: Honza Groh
Oh no, my leg! - Photo Credit: Honza Groh

By Dr. Sophie Liu, SF SPCA Resident in Behavior Medicine

We’ve all seen it before. You’re out for your daily walk when, suddenly, your beloved pooch lifts her back leg and looks at you with wide brown eyes. Your dog is limping! What do you do? What could it be? more »

Orphan Dog 2019

Meet Charoli! - Photo Credit: Orphan Dog
Meet Charoli! - Photo Credit: Orphan Dog

Looking for a puppy to be your constant companion? Here's little Charoli, who along with her five sibs is being cared for by Orphan Dog in Lake Countymore »

Explorer Cabins at Yosemite's Tenaya Lodge


Whether you’re traveling with the whole family, including the pups, or just looking for a little additional privacy during your trip to Yosemite National Park, the new dog-friendly two-bedroom Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge are a perfect choice. 

The picturesque cabins offer guests a unique Yosemite “cabineering” experience that combines the refined comforts of a modern cabin, personalized service and the perks of a full-service resort — all in a pristine mountain setting. more »

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 »

Mend Your Mind in Mendocino Village

Mendocino Headlands State Park - Photo Credit: @meganevaughan
Mendocino Headlands State Park - Photo Credit: @meganevaughan

A mere five minutes from Little River, much-photographed Mendocino Village, with its wealth of lacy Victorians and colorful saltbox cottages, is loaded with places to enjoy with your four-legged friend. Our top pick is Stanford Inn by the Sea, just south of the village across Big River. Once you’ve explored the compact downtown, get your tails over to Mendocino Headlands State Park, which surrounds the town on three sides. more »

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