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Take your pooch to historic Boston
Traveling with your dog can be a great experience, especially since many areas of the country have started to become more dog-friendly. With spring rapidly approaching, some might decide to take a trek to Boston, Massachusetts, with their pups. The Bark offers some ideas for what to do with dog in tow.
According to the source, The Liberty Hotel is a historic spot that is both etched in history and equipped with the best amenities for both people and their pets. Here, owners are able to take their pups to the outdoor bar for cocktails. A fenced-in area nearby allows owners to enjoy the company of new friends while their dogs do the same. Owners are free to bring along their dog's pet products like their Wellness Super5Mix pet food, their Heated Bolster Dog Beds and even their favorite toys like a Wing-A-Ball to make them feel comfortable during their stay. The source reports that owners can also look into Paw Print Packages offered at the hotel that include pet-sitting options and more should owners need a night on the town alone.
Boston is known for being a walking city, so it's important that you bring along your pup's Flexi Retractable Leash and Poopy Packs on your visit. Dogs are welcome in most parks and streets in this historic city, so be sure to bring yours for a fun filled walk through Boston Common. The Bark reports that there is an area in the Common where dogs can go off-leash, so make sure your pooch is up to date with its vaccinations so it can enjoying romping around with city dogs. The city also boats two great dog parks – the Peters Park Dog Run in the South End and the Fresh Pond dog park in Cambridge.
If you're up for a great outdoor history lesson, take a self-guided tour of the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail, which goes from Boston Common to Bunker Hill. This will give you an insight into what life was like during the Revolutionary War, and gives your pooch plenty of exercise.
The Bark suggests that owners looking to get in some shopping during vacation should travel to Back Bay where dogs are allowed in a number of stores including Anthropologie, Crate and Barrel and Lord & Taylor. Then, enjoy a nice meal at the Globe Bar and Cafe where you can sit outside with your pooch in tow.