See Spot run. See Spot jump. See Spot vacation in Vermont.
Being a dog is hard work. Between cleaning up kitchen crumbs, defending the house from squirrel burglars and announcing guests, a man’s best friend deserves a vacation—and so do you! Luckily Vermont is very dog-friendly. Plan a weekend getaway for you and your trusted furrball with this tail-wagging packed itinerary.
Hotel for Dogs
You could sleep in a tent, or you can share a king and order room service with your best friend. Avoid the mosquito bites and bask in the lap of luxury: Vermont lodgers accommodate dog guests without sacrificing top-tier service.
Share Your Scraps
This is vacation; your dog deserves more than kibble. In addition to being home to some of the most mouth-watering farm-to-table fare, the Vermont restaurant scene welcomes Fido. Many restaurants--especially those on the Church Street Marketplace--are dog-friendly and ready to pour your pup an ice cold bowl of water.
Whether you want some alone time or feel your dog could use some non-human companions, there are a number of doggie daycare and boarding services available in Vermont. Provide your dog with opportunities to get tons of off-leash exercise, increase social skills and practice manners. Discover your dog’s home away from home.
"bark" if you like souveniers
Want to remember all the great times you had? Dress your dog as a gangster or western bartender for the perfect photo op, or outfit your dog with Vermont’s finest flannel: bring home more than just memories but a souvenir.