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Feel free to click on these links to the cities we’ve visited and pet friendly hotels, inns, lodges, B&B’s that we have written about in California.
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Pets are welcome at over 800 La Quinta hotels and do not require an extra fee or deposit.
For innkeepers, hotel managers, it pays to be pet friendly
From the Avenue of the Giant redwoods on the coast in the north, to the warm beaches in the south, to the fame-filled hills of Hollywood, California offers multi-sensory experiences and adventures for you and your pet to enjoy together. From surfing the beaches, to mountain hiking, shopping, camping, boating, and taking scenic drives, dining at a pet friendly restaurant, wine tasting at a pet friendly winery and/or staying at a luxury pet friendly B&B, there is something for every Fido or Fluffy. California features 10 national parks, 18 national forests, and 278 state parks and beaches to explore. There are many dog friendly beaches, and dog parks in cities and towns across the state. Traveling with your pet in the Golden State: from Mendocino, to Sacramento, to San Francisco, to Los Angeles, to Palm Springs, there are hundreds of pet friendly hotels, motels, vacation rentals and bed and breakfasts to welcome you both.
Top 10 Pet Friendly Cities in California include Carmel, Mendocino, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Half Moon Bay, San Francisco, Sacramento, Palm Springs, and Napa.
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San Francisco Bay area (have not visited)
Also, check out our Top Nine cities with Dogitude
our Top Five lists
100 dog friendly beaches
For more complete info about the above cities with dogitude, our favorite pet friendly hotels
and 75+ places in California, go to our California: Book a Trip guide page.
Also check out our posts about pet friendly places for Spring Break 2011, bi-coastal Spring Break and doggone Vermont.
Napa dog friendly wineries: