Travel With Your Canine In California

Can’t wait for your next trip,​ but are miserable at​ the​ idea of​ leaving your best friend behind?

After all,​ who better to​ experience long walks on​ the​ beach with — or​ snuggling up on​ the​ terrace to​ watch the​ sunset with — than your pooch (especially when no meaningful conversation is​ expected)?

If you’ve got to​ get away,​ but can’t bear the​ sad look from those puppy dog eyes,​ maybe it’s time for a​ little getaway that includes Fido,​ too. the​ following are some canine-friendly cities that offer more unusual treats to​ lure both of​ you​ for a​ visit.


“But my dog doesn’t drink,​” you​ argue. No worries. While you’re lapping up
the region’s top-notch wine,​ your canine pal will have plenty of​ things to


Cuvaison Winery
4550 Silverado Trail,​ Calistoga,​ California

Well-behaved dogs on​ leashes are allowed to​ join you​ in​ the​ small tasting
room and in​ the​ three outdoor picnic areas.

Clos Du Val Winery
5330 Silverado Trail,​ Napa,​ California 94558

Dogs on​ leashes are allowed in​ the​ enormous tasting room and on​ the​ property


Hillcrest Country Inn
3225 Lake County Hwy,​ Calistoga,​ California

Host Debbie O’Gorman runs this country home with her three dogs,​ Taz,​ Debo
and Bamboo,​ who are friendly and welcoming to​ other canine friends. The
antique-filled home is​ located on​ a​ hilltop with an​ unbeatable view of​ Napa
Valley. you​ and your pup can romp around the​ 36-acre property where there is
swimming,​ hiking and fishing,​ and then he has the​ option of​ staying in​ your
room or​ in​ a​ large outdoor kennel.

Beazley House Bed & Breakfast Inn
1910 First Street,​ Napa,​ California

You’ll be able to​ play with resident Golden Retrievers Sissy and Autumn
Beazley in​ this downtown Napa inn,​ and you’ll even receive a​ doggie welcome
basket with a​ bowl,​ doggie beer,​ bones and cleanup baggies. Three rooms open
out into the​ gardens,​ and there is​ a​ $25 per day per dog charge,​ with a
maximum of​ two dogs per room.


540 Main Street,​ Napa,​ California

This gourmet French restaurant allows dogs on​ leashes in​ their outdoor
patio,​ and will provide water and treats while you​ dine.

Bistro Don Giovonni
4110 Saint Helena Hwy,​ Napa,​ California

This laid-back Mediterranean restaurant (it’s the​ sister to​ San Francisco’s
Scala Bistro) allows dogs in​ their outdoor tables,​ but please call ahead to
inform the​ staff.

Los Angeles already has a​ reputation for being a​ dog-friendly city,​ but its neighbor down south is​ making steps to​ become the​ next hot dog spot in
Southern California. Long Beach is​ a​ coastal city that has recently opened three acres of​ its beach in​ Belmont Shore as​ an​ off-leash area. “The
Dog Zone” visitors must follow the​ rules— only one dog per adult,​ and pooper-scoopers are a​ must. the​ Dog Zone starts at​ 4800 E. Ocean Blvd.,​ between Roycroft and Argonn streets.

Also in​ Long Beach is​ the​ very active Haute Dogs organization,​ which
arranges several doggie-centered events in​ Belmont Shore all year long. The
Haute (pronounced “hot”) Dog Easter Parade features hundreds of​ dogs
marching along in​ bonnets and Easter outfits,​ while the​ Howl’oween Parade
and Canine Costume Contest that includes an​ adoption fair,​ a​ bulldog kissing
booth; and a​ dancing dog demonstrations. if​ that’s not doggone wacky enough,​
stick around Long Beach for the​ Haute Dog poetry contest and bulldog beauty

Several restaurants and shops along the​ busy Second Street in​ Belmont Shore
offer water bowls to​ welcome pets. Pet-friendly accommodations are rather
scarce (you may be better off making Long Beach doggie festivities part of​ a
day trip),​ but you​ can try the​ following:

Renaissance Long Beach Hotel,​ a​ luxury hotel that welcomes dogs of​ any size
for a​ $75 non-refundable fee. 111 East Ocean Boulevard,​ Long Beach,​ 562-437-5900
Travel With Your Canine In California Travel With Your Canine In California Reviewed by Henda Yesti on September 02, 2018 Rating: 5

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