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21 Great Beaches to Take Your Dog on Long Island

It is hard to imagine any place a dog is happier than at a beach. Whether running around on the sand, jumping in the water or just lying in the sun, every dog deserves a day at the beach. But all too .
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Doggin Alices Restaurant

As the Christmas holiday continues to bully its way across our calendars everything in its path is consumed. With Christmas music programmed as soon as costumes are stored away Halloween night, when ..
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Doggin the Carolina Coasts 10 Cool Things to See With Your Dog .

"If your dog is fat, " the old saying goes, “you aren't getting enough exercise. " But walking the dog need not be just about a little exercise. Here are 10 cool things you can see on the North .
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8 Great Great Lakes Parks to Take Your Dog

Your dog might not agree they are “great lakes" when she discovers that dogs are not allowed on Michigan state beaches and most county and town beaches. In-season, the metropolises of Indiana, ..
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Best Doggie Swimming Holes

On a hot summer hike there is no better find for your dog on a hike than a swimming hole. Backpacker Magazine has found what it considers to be the best swimming hole in the United States. It is in ..
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Doggin Central Park

How many people do you reckon visit your local park where you hike with your dog every day? 100? 22? If a thousand people a day visit your park every day that would be 365,000 park users a year. ..
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5 Best National Parks to Take Your Dog

The welcome mat in our National Park System rolls up when we drive in with our dogs. Very few national parks allow dogs on hiking trails. In Yellowstone National Park dogs are not allowed more than ..
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Doggin Americas Coastal Islands

It's the middle of summer. It's blazing outside. Who doesn't want to get away to an off-shore island with the dog? Let's do a quick round-up of America's off-shore islands accesible for your dog only .
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New Yorks Gorgeous Canine Hikes

Several times in its history all of New York has been covered completely in glaciers one mile thick. These ice sheets did not melt gently like cubes in your summer lemonade. Instead, the glaciers ..
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Doggin Moonbows at Cumberland Falls State Park

Cumberland Falls is located west of Corbin, Kentucky (birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken) and is the largest waterfall on the Cumberland River. Known as the “Niagara of the South, " the ..
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Doggin Fort Fisher, North Carolina

Dog lovers are always on the lookout for an ocean beach that still welcomes dogs. Fort Fisher State Recreation Area south of Wilmington, North Carolina is such a find. Dogs are allowed across Fort ..
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Doggin Montauk, New York

For many canine hikers the late winter and early spring months are the choicest cuts of the hiking year. Popular trails that have been choked with fair-weather traffic are blissfully clear and ..
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Doggin Northeast Ohios Ledges

Northeast Ohio is a place that doesn't off bubble to the top of lists of vacation hot spots but if you have an active trail dog, you'll want to consider it. The main attraction are “ledges, " ..
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Doggin Floridas Highest Waterfall

At 73 feet, Falling Waters is home to Florida's tallest waterfall. That is only 100 feet shorter than Niagara Falls, which is darned impressive in a state where the highest elevation is only 345 ..
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Doggin the Golden Isles

The Georgia mainland is completely protected by a chain of barrier islands that march down the coastline. So the mainland is comprised of salt marshes and the beaches are on the barrier islands. ..
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Doggin Long Island The Best Places to Hike With Your Dog in ..

Long Island can be a great place to hike with your dog. Within a short drive your canine adventurer can be climbing seaside dunes that leave him panting, trotting in rolling pinelands, exploring the ..
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How To Recognize A Waterfall

For many hikers a waterfall is often the highlight of a morning spent on the trail. Often, a waterfall is the objective of the outing in the first place. With that in mind, here is a quick primer to ..
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