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Embarking On New Adventures

Traveling with your pooches is fun but can be daunting unless you're prepared. From stops and pet hotels to easy treats and activities for our four-legged friends, there is plenty to consider when planning your next adventure. With these destinations, tips and tricks (check out pg. 23!), we assure you the stress will go away just as quickly as a SuperFood Treat disappears in your pup’s mouth. So, let’s take a look at some of the things you can do and the places you can go with your trusted companion.

Knots of Fun

Wouldn’t it be nice to set sail under the sun and let the pups feel the breeze on their fur?

Well, if you head up to Frenchman Bay in Maine, you can enjoy the pleasures of cruising on a Historic Schooner with the furry ones as part of the crew. Roaming from stem to stern is always encouraged (on a leash, of course).

Start your sailing adventure with your canine companion aboard a ship from Downeast Windjammer Cruise Lines.


The Island of Dogs

Nantucket is not entirely inhabited by dogs (although we wish it were), but it’s as close as it gets. There’s plenty to do. You can book a pet-friendly cottage, take a stroll along the cobblestone streets, and enjoy the treats or head to a pet-friendly beach to soak up the rays. As you can see, you can find fun in Nantucket. For you and your pooch.

One of our favorite pet-friendly lodging options is The Cottages in Nantucket Boat Basin. Check them out.


Urban Exploration

If you are more of an urban explorer, there are tons to do within the New England region. For example, you can walk the Freedom Trail that tells the story of the American Revolution with every step. Want to partake in yappier hours? Mingle and meet new people and pets and enjoy refreshing treats for you and the pups. Or, if you feel like enjoying a great Italian feast, you can check out North End — the oldest neighborhood in the Boston area — and its historic festivals.

Plan your visit to the Freedom Trail at https://www.thefreedomtrail.org/ and wag on.