Dog-friendly event of the month: The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Oregon

Every year, a family farm called Wooden Shoe, 45 minutes out of Portland, Ore., holds a famous tulip festival to kick off the spectacular spring season. My best buddy, Nala, and I raced through the farm to see why the tulips were so popular. Before we got too dirty, Mom took too many pictures of … More Dog-friendly event of the month: The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Oregon

Day trip: The Timberline Lodge at Mount Hood in Oregon

After our long, incredible day hike in the Willamette National Forest, I was pooped from running around on the ice all day. Mom and Dad bought me a delightful, comfy hotel room at the dog-friendly Lodge at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, Ore. Unfortunately, I didn’t get my own bed because Jena, Brian, and Pluto … More Day trip: The Timberline Lodge at Mount Hood in Oregon

Dog-friendly roadside attractions in South Dakota

South Dakota is exploding with endless dog-friendly adventures. After our rejuvenating hiking day in Sioux Falls, we headed out to Rapid City, South Dakota. We had a few stops to make on the way, starting with one of Mom and Dad’s favorite quirky roadside attractions in America: the Corn Palace. The locals in Mitchell, South Dakota, … More Dog-friendly roadside attractions in South Dakota

Dog-friendly hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

I fell in love with Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park when we visited my Peepaw’s home last summer. The smells, crisp air, refreshing water, and laid-back atmosphere made me want to stay in the park forever. He built the house and the barn all by himself. I was seriously impressed! He let … More Dog-friendly hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park