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Our Greyhound Rescue Adoption group, Royal Hounds Greyhound Adoption, has informal walks with different names, The Ski Patrol, in the Greater Tacoma, WA. area, and the Green Lake Gallopers, in the greater Seattle area. Both groups pick different parks, trails, and other venues to walk their own personal hounds, and Greyhounds in foster care. —Lee Higley


 

Countless trips to the local dog park/swim area are on the agenda for Homer and I this summer, but our big adventure will be traveling to Cody, Wyoming. We've rented a house along a river and there is plenty of hiking nearby. — Kristen Hellstrom


 

If you're in San Francisco, visit Crissy Field and Baker Beach! Crissy Field is an off-leash dog beach with a shallow marsh for the water-averse in training. Baker Beach offers beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge and is dog and family-friendly. The cool Bay Area waters will keep your dog from overheating during warm summer days while you enjoy the sun and a picnic on the beach. — Deandra Ludovice


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Submitted by Vicaroo1000 | March 29 2012 |

Sunset Marine Resort in Sequim Washington offers a number of gorgeously appointed, dog friendly cabins with stunning views. Our family of four and two English Bulldogs vacationed there in the "Eagles Nest" cabin which included a grassy dog yard! I can't WAIT to go back!

Submitted by Hairy Putter | March 29 2012 |

Mendocino County is one of the most dog-friendly places in northern California. Year around on the coast the weather is perfect whether I am out and about or staying in the car. Many lodges, attractions, and 90% of the wine tasting rooms cater to canine visitors. I am the Director of Barketing for Mendocino and I review those places, so my fellow canines know what to anticipate, on my blog, www.HairysBlog.com.

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