Do you love to travel with your fur baby-ahem, I mean dog? So do I!
Not only am I a dog lover (I have two!), I have been bitten by the wanderlust bug. Going to the Appalachian Mountains has always been a favorite vacation spot for me here on the East coast. When I’m searching for dog friendly places to stay, I have noticed a lot of out of date homes that are looking a little too worn and old for me and I don’t mean it’s the traditional style or even stuffy. As an interior design snob, it’s a little hard for me to stay in places like that. As a dog owner, I do understand not wanting the dogs all over that new piece of furniture or rug. Even the best well-behaved dog will have an accident if you miss the signs he’s giving you or your fur baby doesn’t know how to tell you that he(I’m using he to just select a gender and because Taz is my favorite-shh, don’t tell!- and he’s a male.) doesn’t feel well.
Still, a woman wants to stay somewhere nice with her dog every now and then.