Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Pet Friendly New York City!

Find all the Pet friendly vacation planning info you need to take a trip with your canine companion! Check out Pet Friendly New York City and growing to more cities everyday at Pet Friendly North America!

Pet Friendly Dog Parks in New York!See our selection!
 dog park in new york
Central Park-Everyone must visit Central Park while they are in NYC – and you can bring Spot with you, too! Great article before you go to the park:
While there are no enclosed dog runs at this park, there are exactly 23 dog-friendly areas around the park where your dog CAN be off-leash. Be sure to check when the park’s off-leash hours are!(This pdf says it all.)

Pet Friendly Restaurants in New York!See our selection!
pet friendly restaurants in new york
Barking Dog - Looking for a great brunch spot that really focuses on the pet-friendly experience?  Come to Barking Dog!  Great food and great d├ęcor (tons of adorable doggie pictures all over its walls). 
map Phone: (212) 871-3900

Pet Day Care in New York!!See our selection!
doggy daycare in new york
Ritzy Canine Carriage House -Let’s hear three cheers (or barks/meows) for this fancy dog boarding and treatments facility!  This pet heaven includes private suites, massage appointments, outdoor skytop play solarium, gourmet room service/spa cuisine, orthopedic bedding, a veterinarian on the premises, and more! Phone: (212) 949 – 1818

Vets in New York!See our selection!
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Cathedral Dog & Cat Hospital  -- This veterinary hospital has been around since the early 1950’s (wow!).  They are open late on weekdays and weekends in order to accommodate your busy schedule.  Plus, Dr. Fierman speaks Spanish, French, and Portuguese (and animals ;-) ). 
Phone: (212) 864 - 3631 (24 Hours)

Having Fun in New York!!See our selection!
fun in new york - theatre
Theater!!! -The dazzling lights of the Great White Way's theaters have fascinated fans nationwide for over a century, drawing our collective imagination like moths to a flame - or rather, to a blazing neon sign. To attend a Broadway show is to be part of an event that millions travel from around the world to enjoy, and millions more simply dream about. Book tickets now to see plays, musicals, and more on broadway and off broadway! To Book:

Traveling with a pet to New York!Heat, Cold and Scary Crowds
heated dog in new york
will be hot on your dog's pads, too."Their pads are just as sensitive as your feet," said Sybil Soukup, executive director of the Humane Society of North Iowa. Hot concrete/asphalt can burn your dog's pads.
Also, when taking your dog for a walk,make sure to have water with you. "If you want a water bottle, so does he," LaCoste said.

Download the NYC Official City Guide!

Listings for pet friendly hotels, by owner vacation rentals, restaurants, parks, car, boarding, veterinary and animal hospitals, and much more, visit Pet Friendly New York City, or Pet Friendly North America for a map of our cities- and we're expanding our site to new cities!

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Check Out Pet Friendly New Orleans, LA, USA

New Orleans is one of the world's most fascinating cities. Steeped in a history of influences from Europe, the Caribbean, Africa and beyond, it's home to a truly unique melting pot of culture, food and music.

You'll find bowls filled to the rim with gumbo, late nights in dark jazz clubs, strolls through historic neighborhoods, and tantalizing festivals throughout the year. Come down and experience New Orleans, one of America's most culturally and historically-rich destinations. NewOrleansOnline.comcan introduce you to all of the Big Easy's greatest charms. As the official New Orleans tourism guide, the site is loaded with resources that will help you make the most of your visit. Download our free New Orleans city guide book for more information on things to do, where to eat and great places to stay.

New Orleans Festivals
New Orleans is full of festivals year round, but from March until May, the festival schedule ramps up with celebrations of everything from food to music, culture, literature, the arts and so much more. There's something for everything this Festival Season in NOLA!
Jazz in the Park
Where can you go to hear some good, old-time New Orleans Jazz? Come to Jazz in the Park in Louis Armstrong Park on Thursday nights, where you'll hear not only traditional Jazz, but also soul and funk. Entry is FREE.
New Orleans Wine & Food Festival
FORE! It's "tee time" once again as the Zurich Classic, one of the premiere stops on the PGA Tour, returns to New Orleans. Watch the top pros make history or even "swing with them" in a Pro-Am.
New Orleans Wine and Food Festival
If you love fine wine and culinary delicacies, the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience is for you. Dozens of choice vintages, paired with gourmet delights await you at this fabulous treat for the senses.
Spring flowers into full bloom as the cultural season in New Orleans brings opera, classical music, live theatre and musicals to the city's stages in April. There's something for everyone here in "America's First City of Culture."
New Orleans Pelicans Basketball
Basketball season is back, and the New Orleans Pelicans are ready to take to the court. November promises to be a slam dunk of NBA excitement as we welcome the Lakers, Suns, Sixers and more! Get your tickets today!
New Orleans Attractions
Museums, theaters, plantations, and parks – you’ll find a unique and exciting experience around every corner.

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Eric Clapton, Christina Aguilera, Santana, Bruce Springsteen, Phish, Robin Thicke, Trombone Shorty, and that's just a few of them. Hundreds of top stars in all musical genres headline this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Regis Philbin
Easter in New Orleans
For Christians around the world, the three days between Good Friday and Easter Sunday are the most important days of the year. But they are also reason to celebrate. New Orleans offers an Easter Parade, Easter Egg Hunts, dining specials and more.
Crescent City Classic
See the beauty of the Crescent City and get some exercise while doing it during the Crescent City Classic 10K race. Afterwards, switch your running shoes for dancing shoes and join the rockin' after party. You deserve it after completing the race.

Check out ourPet Friendly New Orleans, LA site for all the info you need to take a break with your furry pal.... Hotels, by owner vacation rentals, parks, restaurants, vets, care, and more!

Visit our site for more pet friendly cities and info at http://www.petfriendlynorthamerica.com/!

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Pet Friendly Vancouver, Canada is up!

Check out our NEW Pet Friendly Site http://www.petfriendlyvancouver.com/
for all the info you need to have a wonderful vacation with your furry, feathery, or fluffy family!

For all of our pet friendly cities, check out Pet Friendly North America, and we're growing everyday!

Monday, April 21, 2014

Check out our Pet Friendly Tucson Site!

TucsonTucson has been continuously settled for over 12,000 years. It celebrates a diversity of cultures, architecture, and peoples. Yet, it is one of the "Mega-Trend" cities of the 21st Century: the Optics Valley, premier health services center for the Southwest, the astronomycenter of the world, home of a premier research institution - University of Arizona, and a tourism destination.
Tucson, too SAHN or TOO sahn, is one of the oldest towns in the United States. Tucson was originally an Indian village called Stook-zone, meaning water at the foot of black mountain. Hugo O'Conor established the Tucson Presidio in 1775. August 20th, 1775 is considered Tucson's birthday. Spanish settlers arrived in the area in 1776. Tucson officially became part of the United States with the Gadsden Purchase of 1854. Tucson served as capital of the Arizona Territory from 1867 to 1877.

Check out our site at Pet Friendly Tucson for all the pet friendly info you'll need to vacation with the furry part of your family!

Tucson boasts the best of both worlds...the progress and innovation of a Rodeo Dancersmetropolitan community and the friendly, caring atmosphere of a small town.
Tucson's rich cultural heritage centers around a unique blend of Native American, Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American influences. These can be seen in the Hispanic barrios, historical and contemporary American architecture and the prehistoric Native American remnants.
Tucson was referred to as a "mini-mecca for the arts” by The Wall Street Journal and in 2009 was Fox Theaterranked #20 of the Top 25 Arts Destinations (big-cities category) by American Style Magazine. Tucson is one of a select few cities of its size that boasts its own ballet company, professional theater, symphony, and opera company. Home to 215 art groups, and more than 35 art galleries in the downtown area alone, Tucson ranks as one of the best places in the state to view works by the masters and up-and-coming artists. Tucson’s natural history and cultural heritage are also on display in the 30+ regional museums, 12 of which are located on the route of the upcoming Modern Streetcar.
Tucson is situated in the Sonoran Desert and is surrounded by five mountain ranges. A trip from the 2,389-foot valley floor to the 9,157-foot Mt. Lemmon summit (home to the southernmost ski area in the continental United States) traverses seven of the world's nine life zones. It's like driving from Mexico to Canada. Blessed with the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert and an unsurpassed climate of 360 sunny days a year, Tucsonans embrace a rare lifestyle and are committed to preserving that quality of life.

Pet Friendly Tucson has all the pet friendly hotel, by owner rental listings, restaurants, parks, and much more, everything you'll need to vacation with the furry part of your family!

Tucson is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. With more than 800 miles of bike paths, Tucson has been ranked by Bicycling magazine as one of the top cycling cities in the U.S. for several years running and is home to internationally known bicycling events such as El Tour de Tucson. Golf is another popular activity with dozens of regional golf courses, including five municipally-owned courses.
Desert hiking
The City is home to the University of Arizona and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. The City's industries include electronics and missile production. Tucson is the seat of Pima County and has a Council-Manager form of government.The Tucson metropolitan area supports over 750,000 residents. As metropolitan Tucson continues to grow by nearly 2,000 new residents each month, the challenge of meeting citizen expectations also increases.
The City of Tucson is committed to providing quality municipal services which promote a healthy community, offer opportunities for participation and leisure and enable citizens to prosper at work and at home.
Want to know more about what Tucson has to offer?

For comprehensive visitor information go to the Visit Tucson site.

Check out our site at Pet Friendly Tucson for all the pet friendly info you'll need to vacation with the furry part of your family!

Friday, April 18, 2014

Pet Friendly Lake Havasu!

Lake Havasu

"Lake Havasu City, home of the historic London Bridge, is situated on the eastern shore of Lake Havasu on the Colorado River border of California and Arizona. The City was established in 1963 by Robert P. McCulloch as a self-sufficient, planned community.
Lake Havasu CityMcCulloch purchased the London Bridge for $2,460,000. Moving the bridge to Lake Havasu City and reconstructing it in the middle of a desert cost an additional $7 million. The bridge was dismantled and shipped by boat from England to the United States and rebuilt on a peninsula on Lake Havasu. A channel was excavated under the bridge and an English Village replication was built next to it. The opening of the London Bridge in October 1971 brought a unique attraction to Lake Havasu City, which was incorporated in 1978.
Lake Havasu City is located in Mohave County, Arizona, and encompasses 42 square miles with 428 miles of streets. Situated off of Arizona Highway 95, an 18-mile drive north leads to Interstate 40, and a 65-mile drive south leads to Interstate 10..."

Check out our Pet Friendly Lake Havasu site for all the pet friendly info you'll need to see the city of Lake Havasu with your best friend by your side!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Pet Friendly Newport Beach, California, USA

The City of Newport Beach is located in the coastal center of Orange County, with Los Angeles County to the north and San Diego County to the south. It has an estimated permanent population of 86,738 but during the summer months, the population grows to more than 100,000 with 20,000 to 100,000 tourists daily. 

Newport Beach is known for its fine residential areas, modern shopping facilities, strong business community and quality school system. It surrounds Newport Bay where more than 9,000 boats of all types are docked within the 21-square-mile harbor area. The bay area and the City’s eight miles of ocean beach offer outstanding fishing, swimming, surfing, and aquatic sports activities. 

Check out our site at Pet Friendly Newport Beach for all the pet friendly info you'll need to visit Newport Beach, CA with your favorite furry company!