Nantucket Island’s rich history spans more than 400 years, and because it’s just 25 miles south of Cape Cod, it’s the perfect destination for a doggy day trip. Well known for its beaches, it’s a popular vacation spot, especially for pet lovers. Rated as the best island in the world by National Geographic, Nantucket is the ideal island getaway for you and your pooch.
The Canine and Cocktails event at the Seaport Hotel tonight is extra special.
A Northboro couple has been ordered to build a higher fence for their dogs after one of them attacked a neighbor.
Anne Blanchette made a drastic diet change for her golden retrievers. When “Bear” got sick in 2006, she switched all her dogs to the raw food diet.
An island off the coast of Massachusetts, just south of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard is comprised of West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah, also known as Up Island, as well as Tisbury, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown, referred to as Down Island. Even the president and his famed pup frequent this vacation hot spot. When planning your next day trip, take advantage of Martha Vineyard’s dog-friendly atmosphere and bring your furry friend for a day of fun.
Cape Ann — Essex, Rockport, Gloucester and Manchester-by-the-Sea — has earned a reputation for many a water sport and family vacation. Gloucester especially is well-known for its deep sea fishing and historical fishing industry, but one of the area’s lesser known draws is an amazing trend toward dog-friendly businesses. Pop that pooch in the car and hit the road to explore Cape Ann with your furry fella.
Two dogs left in a hot pickup truck in western Massachusetts have died.
The south shore of Massachusetts often gets overlooked as Boston or Cape Cod take center stage, but this area was made for dogs. For a doggy day trip with that furry little fella, this is the place. With stunning outdoor venues perfect for a good sniff to cold and creamy snacks and fur-friendly overnight options, Boston’s south shore offers a little bit of everything canine.
People of Beacon Hill were out early with their dogs on Boston Common Friday morning enjoying a pilot program that allows dogs to run around without a leash.
People who open their homes to foster dogs are worried about proposed regulations that they fear would prevent many of them from ever being able to take in another dog.