Tail-Friendly Travel Guide

Behavior in Public Places: 6 Easy Steps to a Well-Mannered Pooch

While my dog is obedient at home, taking him out in public around other dogs or in close proximity with someone who may pet him is usually a disaster. If your dog is anything like mine, they suddenly lose their innate sense of hearing and you may wonder if “intelligent” should be listed under their breed description anymore. But don’t lose hope: your dog is simply just as excited as you are about the new environment and just needs a little practice with his table manners. By the time patio weather is in full swing, we will hopefully have my pooch and yours minding their p’s and q’s in public in no time. Here are a few tips that have helped me to get you started...

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Flying With Fido: Do or Don't?

Is air travel right for you and your pet? 

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Pet-Friendly Leiper’s Fork

Enjoy a “staycation” in this charming country town with a Fido-friendly retreat at Moonshine Hill Inn

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Asheville, NC

Hiking trails galore. Gourmet dog bakeries. Dog-friendly dining patios. If you’re looking for a great getaway, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more dog-friendly destination than Asheville, NC. Whether you’re in the mountains or in the city, there are not many places that don’t welcome your four-legged friend, which means you can have endless fun together...

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Chattanooga, TN

I’ve lived here and there all my life: growing up an Army brat, we called everywhere from Berlin, Germany to Fort Bragg, North Carolina “home”. As an adult I lived in Chicago for almost eight years before settling here in Nashville in 2005. But as a Chattanooga native, I have always carried with me the wonder of mist-covered mountains and a wide, winding river. Chattanooga will always be my true home, where I return again and again to spend time with family, and where I now love to bring my canine pals for a little adventure...

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