Planning to bring your pup with you to New England? If so, this book will be your second most trusted companion. Completely revised and updated, this bestseller covers dog-friendly attractions, activities, lodgings, restaurants, and more. There are so many places to go in the northeastern US where your dog is also welcome, and Blanchet and Warder have found the best of them throughout all the New England states. Replete with new listings, entries include a wide array of details to help you and your dog choose where to roam. Included are restaurants that allow dogs in their outdoor seating areas; dog-friendly bookstores, historic sites, and recreational trails; doggie daycares and boutiques; dog parks; veterinary services; pet stores; and helpful organizations such as animal shelters and humane societies. This popular guide will be an invaluable resource for anyone exploring New England with a canine companion.
Drive a half hour in any direction and you'll stumble upon communities that are as different from each other as, well, cats and dogs. Down near New York City, exclusive waterfront towns like Greenwich, Darien, and New Canaan are home to ...
Author: Trisha Blanchet
Publisher: The Countryman Press
CLICK HERE to download a free hike from Best Hikes With Dogs New York City & Beyond * 55 dog-suitable trails, all located within three hours' drive of New York City * Most trails are lightly used and offer shade and water * What to pack for your dog -- the Ten Canine Essentials and a doggy first-aid kit Tammy McCarley has hiked with her dog, Sienna (a Golden Retriever-Chow mix), for four years throughout New York. In Best Hikes with Dogs New York City & Beyond she presents the best trails for both you and your dog in New York City, the Hudson Valley, and Long Island. You'll find trails for every type of pet and pet owner, from easy day hikes to overnight trips. Discover rolling hills, rocky escarpments, clear lakes, beautiful beaches, and more. All hikes in this guidebook are rated 1 to 4 paws to show difficulty for both humans and dogs. Trails are on terrain that's easy on the paws, and there are advance alerts for any canine concerns. A handy Trail Finder Chart helps you choose the trail that's best for you and your dog by comparing hikes by length, terrain, difficulty for dogs, and features such as backpacking options. This guidebook also includes loads of helpful tips: how to prepare your dog for a hike, what to bring, how to be responsible trail users, dealing with wildlife encounters, and hiking with your pet in the Northeast in all four seasons. For more information on hiking with dogs in New York, visit the author's website: www.blueskydogsny.com.
Tammy McCarley is the owner and founder of Blue Sky Dogs, LLC, a dog-friendly travel and canine adventure company based in New York City (www.blueskydogsny.com). Founded in 2003, the company offers dog-friendly travel services and ...
Author: Tammy McCarley
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
Get the award winning premier dog travel guide. DogFriendly.com is used by over 1 million people annually for pet travel information. This latest version of the winner of ForeWord Magazines Pet Book of the Year adds even more pet-friendly hotels, B&Bs and lodging (with detailed pet policies) that accept dogs of all sizes. Now includes nearly 100 dog-friendly city and resort guides with attractions, outdoor restaurants, stores, parks and off-leash dog parks, beaches and camping. Also has beach guides, airline pet policies and road trip tips. Plus new to this edition are National Park Guides, an off-leash dog park directory and a section of color photographs of dog-friendly places visited by the authors. The previous edition received positive reviews by Midwest Book Review, Heartland Reviews and Booknews. So whether you travel with a tiny toy poodle or a large black lab it's time to replace that old out-of-date or hotel only list with this all inclusive guide to everything dog travel.
Author: Tara Kain
Publisher: Dogfriendly.Com Incorporated
A burned-out veterinarian takes a much-needed beach vacation, where a charming surfer makes waves in her love life, and a unique foster pup renews her passion for her work. Exhausted veterinarian Morgan Pearce is feeling overworked and under-thanked, so when two favorite clients ask her to watch their special needs senior dog in their Nantucket home, she jumps at the chance for a summer break. She hopes her time on the island will be a reset from the stress of her everyday life, but her chill vacation vibe takes a hit when she gets roped into fostering a challenging, anxious dog and helping plan the local rescue group’s glittery annual fundraiser. Her trip starts to feel more like a vacation when Morgan begins falling for Nathan Keating, an irresistible entrepreneur who thinks every problem can be solved on a surfboard. Just as the summer is shaping up to be the magical refresh she needs, thanks to a fling that feels like the beginning of something real and Hudson, the foster dog who reminds her how much she loves her job, a visit from her estranged brother and the discovery of who Nathan really is changes everything. Morgan finds herself at a crossroads, trying to determine if mistakes from the past must define the future, or if she should forgive, forget, and grab hold of a chance to finally rescue herself.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Schade, Victoria, author. Title: Dog friendly / Victoria Schade. Description: First Edition. | New York: Jove, 2022. Identifiers: LCCN 2021059771 (print) | LCCN 2021059772 ...
Author: Victoria Schade
From the High Line on Manhattan's West Side to the historic Copake Iron Works in Taconic State Park, Hiking New York's Lower Hudson Valley features the best hiking routes between New York City and Albany, including several in the Catskills and western Connecticut. Whether you're looking for an unforgettable outdoor experience in the sloping hills around one of America's most beautiful and beloved waterways, or just wanting to escape the city for a few hours, veteran hikers Randi and Nic Minetor provide all the information you'll need to make it happen. Now powered with National Geographic's TOPO! Maps, Hiking New York's Lower Hudson Valley is your complete guide to getting out of the city, into the outdoors, and onto your next great adventure!
... Beacon, NY 10512; (845) 225-7207; parks.ny.gov/parks/9/hunting.aspx Dog-friendly: Dogs permitted on leash Trail surface: Dirt path with some very rocky sections Land status: New York state park preserve Nearest town: Cold Spring, ...
Author: Randi Minetor
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
Organized by county for easy reference, a practical travel guide for dog owners describes a wide variety of travel opportunities available for one's canine companions, covering such dog-friendly events as fairs, canine sporting competitions, town festivals, and more, as well as training facilities, shelters and rescue centers, transportation, hiking trails, and shops. Original.
New York Road Trip Got a free Saturday or Sunday for a road trip with your furry friend into New York State ? Rockland County , which borders New Jersey , has two dog parks and , being dog - friendly , allows dogs in all its parks .
Author: Diane Goodspeed
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
The question of whether dogs should be allowed off the leash in public places has become a major political issue in cities and suburbs across the United States. In the last two decades, “leash-law disputes” have burst upon the political scene and have been debated with an intensity usually reserved for such hot-button issues as abortion and gun rights. This book investigates what has changed in American community life, social mores, and the relationship between humans and dogs to provoke such passionate responses. At its heart, the book details and evaluates the handling of three leash-law disputes, all of which were exceedingly divisive and emotionally intense. Two of the cases took place in San Francisco, a city with a reputation as one of the most dog-friendly in the United States until 2001–2002, when officials curtailed off-leash walking. The other case study occurred in 1998 in Avon—a wealthy suburb of Hartford, Connecticut,—when town officials unilaterally imposed a leash law at a popular off-leash park. This book is not only a revealing study of Americans’ conflicted attitudes toward animals and the difficult balance between individual rights and the public good in our communities. It is also a useful source of information for both dog owners and local government officials who are faced with leash-law disagreements.
With the highest population density of any city in the country, New York is home to approximately 1.4 million dogs. Describing its dog-friendly culture, Downey and Lau write, “We discovered that New York City has more dog runs than any ...
Author: Julie Walsh
Publisher: Purdue University Press
A Guide to Day Hikes from Sacramento, California into the Foothills and the Sierra Nevada Hiking is great exercise, a fun family experience, and a way to explore new places. With the hikes in this book, you visit places when wildflowers are at their peak, waterfalls at their fullest, and crowds at a minimum. Hikes are arranged by month so no matter when you visit Sacramento, you will find something of interest to you and suitable to your physical ability. The trails in this book take you to places with great views, historical points of interest, fishing or swimming holes, and much more. - 48 hikes all easily accomplished in a day trip - all dog-friendly places - many places for people with limited physical capabilities - interpretive trails to educate - place of historic interest - most hikes without any fees - progressive difficulty, starting with January the easiest, and finishing with more difficult hikes in October, November, and December - less ambitious options
Bear left at this junction to go towards New York Creek (not signed). Continue 0.1 mile to another junction marked only with two green State Park posts. Turn right here and go another 0.1 mile to reach Brown's Ravine Trail.
Author: Debbi Preston
Category: Health & Fitness
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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Revision of: Handbook of behavior problems of the dog and cat. 2003.
Arden, A. Dog friendly dog training. 2nd ed. New York: Howell Book House; 2007. Bohnenkamp G. From the cat's point of view. Belmont, CA: Perfect Paws; 1991. [Other titles and resources from Gwen Bohnenkamp also recommended.].
Author: Gary M. Landsberg
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences