We’ve teamed up with like-minded folks to bring you the best places to sit, stay and play with your pooch. Whether it’s a partnership with Mountaineers Books to highlight the best hikes for you and your hound. Or, Travel Portland to find the best, most dog-friendliest hotels the City of Roses has to offer. Or, Visit Denver, to dig up the best doggone getaways near the Mile High City. Or, your local rescue organization to help you find your next forever friend. As we launch new cities, we are forming new partnerships so visit us often to find great content featuring the city you love with the four-legged love of your life!
Located in Seattle, Mountaineers Books, publisher of Best Hikes With Dogs series, was established in 1960 by volunteers of the Mountaineers Club to encourage people to get out and enjoy the wilds with their four-legged friends.
Our friends at Travel Portland, help promote the city in bold, innovative and collaborative ways that harnesses Portland’s personality and values, ultimately helping CityDog Magazine connect readers to authentic experiences.
Visit Denver believes that travel makes the world a smaller and more connected place, bringing people (and their pooches) together to enjoy the best the city has to offer two- and four-legged alike.
We were pretty excited to partner with Downtown Napa — why? Because we love wine. We especially love wine tasting with our dogs! But, there’s more to Downtown Napa than just wine and they have lots to share with dog lovers like you.
The adventures are endless in North Lake Tahoe — especially adventures with your four-legged friend. That’s why we are super pleased to partner with them to share with you all that is dog friendly in this great destination.
Pawsitive Alliance and #WhyNotMePets is a statewide campaign that gives cats and dogs needing more care and attention a greater chance of finding a home as quickly as possible, focusing on animals that have been homeless for two months or longer.
In partnership with Best Friends Animal Society, the leading animal welfare organization working to end the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters by 2025, we are pleased to feature animals looking for their forever homes, who have been waiting two months or longer to be adopted.