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Brave New Worlds

cat and dog

Freedom awaits your pet.

Note from MUTTgelan, the Publix pet explorer:

Take an afternoon, a weekend, or a week to show your pet the world that exists outside your home. Your low-maintenance travel companion won’t need fancy hotels or classy restaurants to enjoy the trip. Just roll down the windows, turn up the radio, and hit the gas. Next stop—freedom.

Take a doggie road trip across the USA

Try to visit these dog-friendly parks and playgrounds:

  • Ft. De Soto Dog Park near St. Pete Beach, Florida: Features a playground area on the beach. And the human beach was named America’s #1 beach in 2008 and 2009 by Trip Advisor.
  • Dog Wood Park in Jacksonville, Florida: One of the country’s largest fenced-in dog parks features a two-acre swim lake, ten acres of natural woods with nature trails, lighted areas for night visits, and doggy showers for muddy paws.
  • More beaches: The following beaches all have highly recommended dog parks for pets in need of sun and fun:
    • Gulfside Beach in Sanibel, Florida
    • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
    • Bonita Beach Dog Park in Ft. Myers Beach, Florida
    • Jupiter Beach in Jupiter, Florida
  • Fort Woof Dog Park at Gateway Park in Fort Worth, Texas: Three words: Giant. Fire. Hydrants. Also recognized by Dog Fancy magazine as the #1 Dog Park in the Nation for 2006.
  • Elm Creek Reserve Dog Park in Maple Grove, Minnesota: Have you and your pet ever been dogsledding or skijoring (dog pulls you on skis)? Elm Creek can help make that dream come true after a few lessons.

Improve your social skills

Your pet can help you meet new people at the dog park. Here are a few tips, because your pet shouldn’t be your only friend:

  • Be like your pet. Don’t be shy. If you see an interesting person or pet, just walk on over.
  • Talk about your pet. You already have something in common. Consider the ice broken.
  • Relax. There’s no pressure. People will stick with a good dog park. If things are going well, you’ll probably see that person again.
  • Pay attention to your pets. If the pets are getting along, that’s a good sign.
  • Clean up after your pet. You should be doing this anyway. It shows consideration for others in the park—that’s an attractive quality.

Go beyond the park to these pet-friendly destinations

  • Oliver Bentley’s Historic Dog Walk in Savannah, Georgia: Take a walk through history in a beautiful city where every dog gets a complimentary bag of Oliver Bentley’s original recipe dog biscuits.
  • Lazy Dog in Key West, Florida: Take your puppy kayaking for a laid-back getaway. There’s a nearby sandbar where dogs can feel like they own the place.
  • The Dog Bar in Charlotte, North Carolina: Choose from a great selection of beers from a bar that allows a wide selection of dogs—as long as they’re up to date on vaccinations. Be sure and bring your dog’s records.
  • The Grand Canyon in Arizona: Yes, that Grand Canyon. It’s actually a very pet-friendly attraction. Just remember to use a leash.
  • The French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana: Even though there are plenty of legendary restaurants that are pet-friendly, don’t feed your dog any Cajun-style scraps.

Happy trails,