Pup Friendly Pacific City

Pup Friendly Pacific City

Sometimes, you need a little peace and quiet, a chance to unwind and unplug in a place of...

'Tis the Season

'Tis the Season

As any party animal can attest, the ingredients for a fabulous soirée are good friends, good food...

Happy Howlidays

Happy Howlidays

With the weather outside so frightful, stay inside with fido and bake something delightful.

Eugene's Hidden Gem

Eugene's Hidden Gem

With high-class charm suited for both business and leisure travelers, Augusta House is a ‘suite’ bed...

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    Pup Friendly Pacific City

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    'Tis the Season

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    Happy Howlidays

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    Eugene's Hidden Gem

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{Sit, Stay and Play}

Doggone Travel+Adventure Guide

Cover photo by Julie Clegg | Above photo by Tushna Lehman
Pre-order your copy today of the Doggone Travel+Adventure Guide, featuring the BEST places to sit, stay and play with your pooch in the Pacific Northwest!

Salish Lodge & Spa

Written by Brandie Ahlgren | Photos by Amelia Soper | Click on Images to Enlarge
Located just 30 miles from Seattle, Salish Lodge & Spa sits perched above the spectacular, 268 feet high Snoqualmie Falls. It’s a special place—a place for relaxation and rejuvenation—a place of pampering for human and canine alike. 

Vashon for Dog Lovers

Written by Brandie Ahlgren | Photos by Amelia Soper
Right in your own backyard lies an almost secret destination filled with beautiful beaches, lovely accommodations, eclectic restaurants, quaint shops AND plenty of fun with Fido!

Ruffing It Yurt Style

Written by Kathleen Hunter | Photos by Julie Clegg

If you have never gone camping in a yurt, you will be pleasantly surprised at how much it is like camping in a tent, yet, with conveniences of a cabin, such as electricity and heat, and a futon bed. What’s even better is now there are yurts that allow you to take your dog with you. Here are a few in Washington and Oregon to get you started.

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