What better way to spend time with your pup than seeing some of the wonders around the world.

Here are some of our favorite:

1. Banff National Park in Canada

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Just where does one start? With 6,500 miles of glaciers, ice fields, and forests we’re pretty sure your pup will have plenty to explore.

 

2. Yosemite national park

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Soak up your surroundings as you explore one of America’s most amazing national parks.

 

3. Glacier peak-Washington

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There is no better time like the present. Plan a trip and hike Washington’s most active volcano with your pup.

 

4. Beartooth mountains

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Stroll into the sunset with my dog at the foot of these beautiful mountains.

 

5. Peyto Lake-Alberta, Canada

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Cozy up and enjoy the view of this magical glacier-fed lake, located in Alberta, Canada.

 

6. Lake tahoe

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Come rain, sun or snow, Lake Tahoe is enjoyable year round, especially for our furry friends.

 

7. horseshoe bend

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What better place to get down on one knee and pop a box of Milk bones than 1000 ft. above the Colorado River, during sunset.

 

8. Great San Dunes National Park

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Running up and down these dunes will not only give those legs a work out but they are sure to provide your pup with hours of fun.

 

9. Buffalo Peaks, COlorado

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Find peace as you slowly tackle one peak at a time with your pups in search of Colorado’s largest herd of bighorn sheep.

 

10. Purcell Mountains, Canada

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Take in breath-taking views as you and your pup campaign across Canada’s south-eastern mountain range.

 

11. San Francisco, California

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Selfie sticks always come in handy when you and your pup are exploring this iconic Californian landmark

 

12. yoho national park, Canada

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Sit back, hand in paw, relax, and enjoy the breath-taking view of Takakkaw Falls.

 

13. Lake mead, las vegas

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This tranquil spot allows for hours of relaxation or exploration, whichever way the mood takes.

 

14. florida

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Florida is filled with a myriad of tourist activities. Keeping yourself and the doggies entertained shouldn’t be a problem at all.

 

15. Keyhole hot springs, canada

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Florida is filled with a myriad of tourist activities. Keeping yourself and the doggies entertained shouldn’t be a problem at all.

 

16. Grand Canyon, Arizona

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Without a doubt the most stunning site you could visit with your dog would be the Grand Canyon. While you’re in AZ, stop by Partners Dog Training and get some training!

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