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Now that sounds like fun!
 

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Ours are not allowed to drink, so they are banned from these places, LOL. We do take them to Lowes and to Tractor Supply and they lap up the attention. They would love anywhere they could get of ear scratches and belly rubs.
 

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I live in Charlottesville, near a lot of those breweries. ;) A lot of the vineyards here are super pup-friendly as well! Keswick allows you to bring dogs into the tasting room and even has a fenced dog run/dog park so the doggies can play while their humans drink. (They also do "yappy hour" a couple times a month!)
 

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Unfortunately the Home Depot close to where I live has put a big sign by their entrance that only service dogs will now be allowed in, which stinks because before all leashed dogs were welcome.
 
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Orvis Stores LOVE dogs. Other customers always love saying hello to Chance and take a few minutes to talk about dogs. Salespeople always make a point of insuring Chance gets a treat before we leave. It always takes me twice as long to shop when Chance accompanies me to Orvis. I like giving my business to them.
 

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Spirit of the Red, Shreveport, LA

Spirit of the Red

Spirit of the Red


320 Clyde Fant Pkwy
Shreveport, LA, US 71101
(318) 564-3560
[email protected]

Red River Cruise

Hours: Thurs-Sun (hours vary)
Cost: Adults $15 each; Dogs ride for free
The Spirit of the Red is a 35 passenger boat that travels down the Red River and Cross Bayou. Make sure to get your camera ready to take a photo of egrets, waterfowls, alligators, turtles, and the beautiful great blue heron.
Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Shreveport, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!
 

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Wow, I was astonished to see the stores that were on that list---I have never seen a dog in my Ross or Old Navy stores. Wonder if I should call first to ask?
I saw somewhere that a Lowes customer was bitten or bothered by a dog so they changed their policy but I asked at my local store and they seemed not to know about the change so I keep taking Brooks here with me.
 

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Kansas City Renaissance Festival Pet Fest, KC MO

From the jousting knights to pet costume contests, there's something for every dog-lover at the Kansas City Renaissance Festival Pet Fest this weekend!

Kansas City Renaissance Festival Pet Fest

Cricket Wireless Amphitheater
633 N. 130th Street
Bonner Springs, KS, US
913-721-2110
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Pet Fest

Sep 19, 2015 to Sep 20, 2015
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Admission: Adults $20.95 at Gate/Pet admission only $5!
Travel back in time and partake in a Kansas City Tradition since 1977. Pay heed to the exploits of Jousting Knights on thundering steeds, racing Corgis, roam the village shops for unique crafts, watch pet costume contests and pageants, delight in comedy, music, magic and more on our 20 stages of non-stop entertainment, and feast on delicious food and drinks from the far reaches of the globe! There’s something for the whole family in our enchanted 16-acre village.
For more information, please call 913-721-2110 or email [email protected].
Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Bonner Springs, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!
 

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Canine Classic Run/Hike-MT

Calling all pups from Western Montana! The Canine Classic Run/Hike starts tomorrow. 100% of registration fees and pledge donations go to support the The Humane Society of Western Montana!

The Canine Classic

The Canine Classic
The Resort at Paws Up
40060 Paws Up Rd
Greenough, MT, US 59823
(406) 549-3934
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Canine Classic - The Resort at Paws Up

Mark your calendars for The Canine Classic!
September 19, 2015
AM to PM
Admission: $50+
Benefiting: Humane Society of Western Montana
The Canine Classic is a run/hike for you and your dog on the beautiful trails on and surrounding the Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana. 100% of the registration fees and pledge donations go to support the Humane Society of Western Montana and the care of homeless animals. Participants can choose between a two-mile fun walk, a five-mile run or a half marathon. Trails wind through the forests and have breathtaking views of the Blackfoot Valley. After the hike, kick back and enjoy a gourmet lunch (including local micro-brewed craft beer) prepared by The Resort at Paws Up. Amazing prizes will be awarded to participants collecting the most in pledges.
For more information, please call (406) 549-3934 or email [email protected].
Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Greenough, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!
 

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New Bill allowing Pets at NY Restaurants

NY Governor’s Office Signs Bill Allowing Dogs in Restaurants


NY Governor’s Office Signs Bill Allowing Dogs in Restaurants

It is now legal for people to eat at restaurants in New York state with their dogs. As long as there is an outdoor patio to sit at and the dog isn’t causing any issues for other diners as well.The new law is effective immediately, and permits restaurants to allow customers to have their dogs with them, in outdoor areas only. The dog is not allowed to enter the building where food is being prepared. Also, if the outdoor area requires one to pass through the building inside, the dogs cannot be brought in.Up to now, only registered official guide dogs were allowed into restaurant eating areas in New York. This is one of 39 new laws signed by Andrew Cuomo late Monday evening. There were 22 bills he rejected, one of them having to do with the trapping and fixing of feral cats in New York.The new law also requires businesses to have adequate signage advising that dogs are allowed on the patio areas for dining with customers. All dogs must be on a leash and well behaved while at the restaurant at all times. There are even rules that describe how a situation involving dog droppings are such are handled.“Surfaces that have been contaminated by dog excrement or other bodily fluids shall be cleaned and sanitized,” according to the law.
 
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