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Dog-Friendly New England: A Traveler's Companion

Dog-Friendly New England: A Traveler's Companion

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by Trisha Blanchet
     
 

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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

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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.

Editorial Reviews

ASPCA Animal Watch
“Blanchet has thought of everything.”
The Bark
“An indispensable guide to exploring New England with your favorite four-legged co-pilot.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781581572247
Publisher:
Countryman Press, The
Publication date:
06/30/2014
Series:
Dog-Friendly Series
Edition description:
Third
Pages:
480
Sales rank:
599,966
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Trisha Blanchet Trisha Blanchet is a former journalist and the founder of Operation Delta Dog, a nonprofit organization with a mission to rescue shelter dogs and train them to work as service dogs for disabled U.S. veterans. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, two children, and well-traveled mutt, Ryder.

Ginger Warder is a freelance writer specializing in arts, entertainment, travel with pets, and European destinations. Author of Fido's Virginia and Fido's Florida (both Countryman), she is a member of the
Society of American Travel Writers and lives in St. Petersburg with her two dogs, Tipsy and Max.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this book to perhaps find some new dog stores and dog parks, but this book was severely lacking in this information. I know of several dog parks in Massachusetts (which are rare, but there are a few) and this book didn't list even one of them. For a book that says on the cover it has dog park listings, this is not acceptable. If you want to know of places to go in New England, you best be asking the locals by looking up a local pet store in the phone directory and calling. If you'll be in the Boston area (a larger area than what this book calls 'Greater Boston'), get the 'City Dog' book.