Woof Woof Learns How to Wear Boots

When you’re a dog born to travel, boots are essential for so many activities from hiking to walking on salt covered snowy streets and sidewalks in the winter. So Woof Woof was very fortunate that Ruffwear sent him all weather boots for his journeys.

woofwoofbootsHowever, getting him to wear them is another story. So before he takes his next trip, we followed as many tips as possible for getting Woof Woof to wear them.

Here are five tips for getting your dog to wear boots:

1.     Ruffwear tip: Don’t laugh. This may be difficult, but laughing is likely to cause your dog further anxiety.

Woof Woof and I’s experience: I stayed calm while he got used to new foot clothing.

2.     Ruffwear tip: Engage your dog. Immediately engage your dog in their favorite activity to distract them from the boots.  For example, a walk, a trick, or fetch with their favorite toy.  Eventually, if you are consistent, they will associate the boots with this activity and will have a positive reaction when the boots come out.

Woof Woof and I’s experience: I kept treats next to me. It came in handy when he tried to get up. I told him to sit. Gave him a treat. Then he was ready for boot wearing.

3.     Ruffwear Tip: Break in the boots. Dogs will need to build up a tolerance to the boots just like human shoes.  Take your dog for short walks prior to your first long adventure with the boots.

Woof Woof and I’s experience: I let him walk around the house first. I’ll take him on short walks I them before hiking or snowy walks this winter. Boots take practice.

4.     Make sure the boots fit. Measure your dog’s paw width (front and back) carefully prior to purchasing the boots.  A good fit maximizes comfort and will ensure the boots stay on the paws through rigorous exercise.  Many of our customers are surprised to find out that a 100 pound dog can actually fit any size from  X-Small to Large, so don’t assume you know your dogs foot size. Overall dog size doesn’t translate to paw and boot size.  Click here for more sizing instruction.

Woof Woof and I’s experience: He as big paws for his size. It was good we measured. To make the try on experience comfortable, I made sure I opened the top enough for is paw to easily step in.

5.       Use boot liners. Boot liners will not only enhance the fit of the boots, they will help keep your dog comfortable by softening any potential abrasion spots, insulating the boot, and wicking moisture away from the paw.

Woof Woof and I’s experience: We haven’t used bootliners yet, but it’s essentially the same as socks for humans. Boots are always more comfortable for me with socks. So Woof Woof and I agree.

Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

Woof Woof Reviews the Minneapolis Airport’s Dog Relief Area

Woof Woof had an hour layover, and I felt he needed a bathroom break after getting a McDonald’s cheeseburger patty for lunch. We found the pet relief area that was in a shared room with nursing mothers. The pet portion was a room that couldn’t have been more than 8 feet by 8 feet. It had artificial grass and a fire hydrant. The grass was wet, presumably from the flush cleaning feature. Woof Woof stepped in the room, sniffed around, and then decided against peeing in that area. I think he just didn’t like artificial grass. He disliked the Minneapolis relief area so much that he preferred waiting another 3.5 hours until he exited the Phoenix airport to use the bathroom. There were two other facilities, but they were outside the secured area.

More info on the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport pet and service animal relief areas

Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

 

Woof Woof Travels to Tucson, Arizona – Second Stop

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Second Stop: The Downtown Clifton Hotel

After spending the first night in Tucson at The Lodge, Woof Woof was ready to explore the city. He chose to stay at the Downtown Clifton Hotel. During the day, the outside looks like any basic motel. From the inside, it’s a trendy room with local furniture, snacks and vacation reading. The flat screen television has Roku and Netflix services.

The Mexican blanket and wood bed were Woof Woof’s favorite feature. As soon as he entered the room, he went straight for the bed covered with a Mexican blanket. He didn’t bother to sniff his other surroundings. He just stood with his front paws on the bed, signaling he wanted to be lifted on top.

In town, Woof Woof dined at the Guadalajara Original Grill in Tucson. It’s a local’s favorite. They’re known for homemade salsa and fabulous fajitas. Of course, Woof Woof ordered the fajitas at the outdoor tables. He skipped the onions and salsa. We filled exactly one tortilla for him. He had a bowl of water to wash down his meal.

For sightseeing, we took him for a drive up the Santana Catalina Mountains. He took turns looking out side windows and the windshield to get all views as we climbed over 5,000 feet. While he sided against hiking at the top where he wouldn’t get eaten by mountain lions, he enjoyed his trip.

When he returned to the hotel, it was well lit by strings of light over the courtyard. It highlighted the boxed cactus garden accenting the door to our room.

In the morning, he was ready for breakfast. The Downtown Clifton isn’t one of those continental breakfast places with cereal, milk, and pastries. They give you a $10 gift certificate for the 5 Points Market. It’s an organic eatery with dishes such as breakfast salads with eggs served over butternut squash. He chose a side of bacon with a piece of the seared butternut squash. He stopped at one slice of bacon to not overstuff himself. He’s health conscious.

If visiting Tucson, checkout the National Park Services Pet Information for Tucson, The Downtown Clifton, 5 Points Market, and Guadalajara Original Grill.

Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

Woof Woof Travels to Tucson, Arizona – First Stop

Lodge at Ventana Canyon, Tucson, AZ

Lodge at Ventana Canyon, Tucson, AZ

First Stop: The Lodge at Ventana Canyon

Woof Woof lives in New York City and wanted his first night’s stay to be at a place that was away from the city. He chose The Lodge at Ventana Canyon. The place was so dog friendly that he was given a dog toy in a bag that says, “Someday I hope to be the person my dog thinks I am.“

For added canine pleasure, request a corner room with a mountain view. On the corner, your dog can see mountain views from both sides. There are two sliding glass doors that lead onto acres of green grass. Woof Woof enjoyed looking out the windows and the glass doors that open on to the grass for his morning walks. He greatly enjoyed the no cellphone policy throughout the property.

The room itself was 800 square feet. There’s a full kitchen, dining area, living room and ginormous shower with a glass door. Woof Woof loved rounding the corner with his new dog toy. He had tons of space to play and it added to his tranquil but playful experience.

For the humans, there are two golf courses, tennis courts and a resort pool. The mountain golf course is a mini course with 3 holes. It’s known for the views and being amid the natural cactus plants. Then the Canyon course has 18 holes. Groups will come in to share the large rooms and can always bring their dogs. There is a $100 pet fee per stay, whether you are bringing dogs of any size or your cat.

There are trails you can walk to from the hotel. However, they don’t allow dogs. In the Tucson area there is a fear of small animals like dogs attracting mountain lions. Both the human and dog may get eaten.

Instead, it’s suggested to take your dog to the trails on top of the Santana Catalina Mountains. Dogs are safer there but you still have to watch for bears.

For more on the Lodge at Ventana Canyon, checkout thelodgeatventanacanyon.com

Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

Woof Woof Gets His Astrology Reading in Sedona, Arizona

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Sedona, Arizona is known as one of the most beautiful places in the world. Because of the energy vortex, a place in the mountains where Native Americans believe energies merge from both the spirit world and the world of the living. Woof Woof took a tour of the vortex with Debra who worked with Deepak Choprah. At the vortex, he drank from the creek. He put his feet in, but not the rest of his body. This is his common practice with any body of water and even with bathtubs and showers. He wants to be near the water but never fully commits. Oddly enough, his horoscope explained this and other behaviors.

Alexander Hunter, world renowned astrologer, went over Woof Woof’s birth chart with me. He said Woof Woof is a Pisces, a water sign, but his moon is dually in Aquarius and Venus. Pets in Aquarius don’t like water. They’re more cautious. So he loves the water in a cautious way.

Woof Woof is an observer. Whether he’s off-leash at the park, looking at the mountains in Arizona or in his favorite coffee shop, he takes time out to observe the world around him. He’ll sit or stand quietly and move his head every which way to see all viewpoints. His observation skills is what makes him a great travel writer. Astrologically, these skills come from both his sun sign of Pisces and his Mars sign of Sagittarius. Those born in the sun sign of Pisces are highly intelligent. That’s where the observation comes from. Those born under Sagittarius are travelers. If Woof Woof was a human, he’d be a world traveler.

Because of his moon also having Venus influence, he’s highly sensitive and a natural empath. He can absorb emotion and let it go into the universe. Woof Woof is very kind. He always socializes new puppies at the dog park. When someone is sad, I hand them Woof Woof and he stays still while they hold him and often licks their face exactly once. He’s a natural healer. With his sensitivity and his healing capabilities, he’d probably be in doctors without borders as a human. Part of this also comes from his Neptune influence.

He’s also highly intuitive. Woof Woof has three modes with people: loves them, indifferent and disgust. Disgust is rare. There are two people that walk by in the park that he just runs up to and repeatedly barks at. Alex says be wary of them. Woof Woof has good instinct. Alex adviced me to stay away from people he doesn’t like. Most of my friends all in the love category. One or two he’s indifferent with. I have one friend that if anyone else I know says anything negative about him, he barks at them. He’s his favorite person other than me.

In summary, Alex says all dogs are special but Woof Woof is really special and meant to be a star. I’m most proud of his empathic abilities to heal the emotions of those around him.

To book an energy tour go to sedonanewagestore.com or call 928-282-7220.

Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

 

Woof Woof Reviews New York City Fashion Week

 

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Woof Woof always had a penchant for fashion and lifestyle. He picked a pair of my heels that were out style as one of his first chew toys. He favors savory over sweet treats. He only likes lean cuts of steak and rejected a fatty steak bone. So it makes sense that he was the only dog reviewing the Dog and Co. Fashion Show in New York City. He sat next to a seat marked for Teen Vogue in the press section.

 

The fashion was really cute and affordable. Woof Woof let me know he approved of his black sweatshirt with metallic sleeves and hood by not trying to remove it with paws or teeth. The sweatshirt is designed by Eye of Dog.

He took his red carpet pic and then went hunting for other dogs to play with. He picked a Dachshund named Bowser adorned in a leopard print hoodie and grey backpack to be his playmate. Bowser is adoptable from PetStarzRescue. So is Matilda the Chihuahua who sported a heart shirt and Leo, a Min Pin, who contrasted his black hoodie with a red harness.

Woof Woof acted disinterested in the fashion show itself, ignoring the dog on a skateboard. He chose instead to quietly clean himself at the end of the runway.

When the show was over, he took a stroll to Ellary’s, an organic eatery that offered him a watermelon juice ice pop on a bison stick. He finished his day at the Morganthal Frederics Eyewear, where he was handed a dog biscuit next to $2,000 Cartier glasses. With the exception of most restaurants, all shops in The Shops at Columbus Circle aren’t just dog friendly but dog encouraging. They want you to bring your furry friends, whether you’re going to Michael Kors, Hugo Boss or H & M. The shopping center is located just across the street from Central Park, the largest park in the city. Dog & Co. is located next door in the shops near the Columbus Circle subway station. Woof Woof loves the shop because #woof is written on the store window.

To shop Woof Woof’s look or other snazzy, very human like dog clothes, check shopdogandco.com.

Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

Dog Swim Days 2016 – Swimming Pools Go to the Dogs

During the dog days of summer dog swim days are held at public swimming pools and water parks across the country, usually as the pools are closing for the summer and before they’re drained. Dog Swim Days are the one time of the year when dogs are welcomed to dog paddle, fetch and play in the pool.

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ARKANSAS

Mountain Home, AR
Dog Pool Party
August 14, 2016
Mountain Home Swimming Pool

CALIFORNIA

Cameron Park, CA
Pooch Plunge and Laps at the Lake
August 13, 2016
Cameron Park Lake Lagoon

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Santa Rosa, CA
Spring Lake Water Bark
Sept. 18, 19, 24, and 25, 2016
Spring Lake Regional Swimming Lagoon

COLORADO

Arvada, CO
Dog Swim Day
August 14, 2016 at two outdoor swimming pools – Lake Arbor and Seacrest

Aspen, CO
Doggie Day at the ARC
September 3, 2016
Aspen Recreation Center

Boulder, CO
Dog Dayz
September 19, 2016 through October 2, 2016
Scott Carpenter Park Pool

Greeley, CO
Discovery Bay’s Doggie Day
August 27, 2016
Discovery Bay Waterpark

Longmont, CO
Dog Swims at Roosevelt Pool
August 16, 2016
Roosevelt Activity Pool

Denver, CO
Dog Daze at F-15 Pool
September 10, 2016
F-15 Pool

Parker, CO
Barker Days
September 10, 2016
H2O’Brien Pool

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CONNECTICUT

Rocky Hill, CT
Dog Day at the Pool
August 23, 2016
Elm Ridge Outdoor Pool

Wethersfield, CT
Annual Dog Swim
August 20, 2016
Mill Woods Swim Pond

FLORIDA

Coral Gables, FL
Paws in the Pool
October 2, 2016
Venetian Pool

Deerfield Beach, FL
K9 Water Festival
October 8 and 9, 2016
Quiet Waters Park

Hollywood, FL
K9 Water Festival
October 1 and 2; October 15 and 16, 2016
Castaway Island Water Park

Roya Palm Beach, FL
Waggin’ at the Waterpark
October 1, 2016
Calypso Bay Waterpark

St. Petersburg FL
Dog Swim Day Fossil Park
August 13, 2016
Fossil Park Pool
St. Petersburg Parks & Recreation

Tampa, FL
Annual Doggie Paddle
Early November 2016
Copeland Pool

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GEORGIA

Pine Mountain, GA
Dog Splash & Luau at the Liberty Bell Pool
September 10, 2016
F.D. Roosevelt State Park

IDAHO

Lava Hot Springs, ID
6th Annual Dogapoolooza – Open Swim for Dogs
September 10, 2016
Olympic Swimming Complex

Nampa, ID
9th Annual Pooch Party Stoll & Splash
August 27, 2016
Lakeview Park

ILLINOIS

Rochelle, IL
Pooch Plunge
August 18, 2016
Spring Lake Pool

Rockford, IL
Dog Days of Summer
August 13, 2016
Northeast Family YMCA

INDIANA

Franklin, IN
Doggie Pool Day
September 10, 2016
Franklin Family Aquatic Center

Jeffersonville, IN
Pooch Plunge
September 10, 2016
Jeffersonville Aquatic Center

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IOWA

Ankeny, IA
Pooch Paddle Dog Swim
August 25, 2016
Prairie Ridge Aquatic Center

Des Moines, IA
Doggie Dive
August 21, 2016
Aquatic Center and Pool

Dubuque, IA
Doggie Dip
August 14, 2016 at Sutton Pool
August 27, 2016 at Flora Pool

Marshalltown, IA
6th Annual Dog Days of Summer Doggie Dip
August 15 and August 16, 2016
Marshalltown Aquatic Center

Norwalk, IA
We Have Gone to the Dogs (Dog Swim)
August 24, 2016
Norwalk Aquatic Center

KANSAS

Hays, KS
Dog Swim
August 20, 2016
Hays Aquatic Park

Lawrence, KS
Pooch Plunge
September 6, 2016
Outdoor Aquatic Center

Lenexa, KS
Tails on the Trails Dog Swim
August 13, 2016
Ad Astra Pool

Pittsburgh, KS
10th Annual Dog Swim
August 22, 2016
The Pittsburgh Aquatic Center

 

KENTUCKY

Lexington, KY
Doggie Paddle
September 10, 2016
Woodland Aquatic Center

Louisville, KY
3rd Annual Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
Calypso Cove Aquatic Facility

Winchester, KY
Dog Swim
August 6, 2016
College Park Gym, 15 Wheeler Ave.

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MICHIGAN

Troy, MI
Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
Troy Family Aquatic Center

West Bloomfield, MI
Pooch Plunge
August 27, 2016
Family Aquatic Center

Ypsilanti, MI
Annual Dog Swim
September 10 and September 11, 2016
Rolling Hills Water Park

MARYLAND

Chevy Chase, MD
Annual Dog Swim
End of Summer
Somerset Pool

Ocean Pines, MD
Doggie Swim
September 10, 2016
Mumford’s Landing Pool

MINNESOTA

Northfield, MN
Dog Swim
September 2 and September 3, 2016
Old Memorial Pool

MISSISSIPPI

Starkville, MS
6th Annual Dog Paddle
August 6, 2016
Moncrief Park Pool

MISSOURI

Cape Girardeau, MO
Doggy Swim Day
September 25, 2016
Cape Splash Family Aquatics Center

Columbia, MO
Pooch Plunge
September 2, 2016
Albert-Oakland Family Aquatic Center

Ellisville, MO
Pooch Plunges
September 8 and September 10, 2016
EDGE Aquatic Center

Kansas City, MO
Dippin’ Dogs & The Springs
September 10, 2016
Springs Aquatic Center

Kirkwood, MO
Dog Pool Parties
September 6, 5:00-7:00 p.m. (all dogs)
September 8, 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. for dogs 25 pounds and smaller; 6:00-7:30 p.m. for all dogs.
The Kirkwood Aquatic Center

O’Fallon, MO
Pool Paws Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
Alligator’s Creek Aquatic Center

St. Charles MO
Dog Swim
August 8, 2016 or August 11, 2016
McNair Aquatic Center

NEBRASKA

Lincoln, NE
Dog Splash 2016
August 21, 2016
Star City Shores

Omaha, NE
Doggie Dips 2016
August 7, 2016 at Lee Valley Pool
August 10, 2016 at Cryer Pool
August 14, 2016 at Gallagher Pool

NEW JERSEY

Wildwood, NJ
Morey’s Piers “Gone to the Dogs”
September 11, 2016
Raging Waters Water Park at Morey’s Piers

OHIO

Avon Lake, OH
11th Annual “Big Splash” Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
Avon Lake Municipal Pool

Bellefontaine, OH
Dog Day at the Pool
August 14, 2016
Hoffman Municipal Pool

Brook Park, OH
Annual Dog Swim
August 20, 216
Alice M. Hassing Waterpark

Hinckley Township, OH
Dog Paddle and Pet-A-Palooza
August 28, 2016
Cleveland Metroparks Ledge Pool

Independence, OH
Dog Swim & Fun Day
September 10, 2016
Independence Outdoor Pool

Lakewood, OH
2016 Lakewood Dog Swim
September 6, 2016
Foster Pool at Lakewood Park

Mason, OH
Dog Day
September 11, 2016
The Beach Waterpark

Shaker Heights, OH
Doggie Dip
September 10, 2016
Thornton Pool

Willowwick, OH
Dog Dayz Swim at Manry Pool
August 17, 2016
Manry Pool

OKLAHOMA

Broken Arrow, OK
Pooch Plunge
August 14, 2016
Nienhuis Aquatic Facility

Stillwater, OK
4th Annual Pooches in the Pool
August 14, 2016
City of Stillwater Municipal Pool

PENNSYLVANIA

Allentown, PA
Doggie Dips
August 27, 2016 at Mack Pool
September 7, 2016 at Jordan Pool

Boyertown, PA
6th Annual Yip & Dip Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
The Boyertown Community Pool

Elysburg, PA
Doggie Dive
September 11, 2016
Knoebels Amusement Resort

Finleyville, PA
5th Annual Labor Day Dog Swim
September 5, 2016
Mineral Beach

State College, PA
Aqua-Dog Day
September 11, 2016
Park Forest Pool

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Waynesboro, PA
7th Annual Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
Northside Pool

SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston, SC
Dog Day Afternoon
September 10, 2016 – Splash Island Waterpark at Palmetto Islands County Park
September 11, 2016 – Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Park at North Charleston Wannamaker County Park

Greenville, SC
Doggie Pool Party
September 17, 2016
Greenville Community Pool

Greenville, SC
Waggin’ at the Waterpark – Otter Creek
September 24, 2016
Otter Creek Waterpark

Simpsonville, SC
Waggin’ at the Waterpark – Discovery Island
September 10, 2016
Discovery Island Waterpark

SOUTH DAKOTA

Sioux Falls, SD
Dog-a-POOL-ooza
Check website for date
Laurel Oak and Terrace Park Family Aquatic Centers

Spearfish, SD
Doggie Swim
September 6, 2016
Spearfish Rec & Aquatic Center

TEXAS

Bedford, TX
Dog Splash /2K-nine
September 10, 2016
Bedford Splash Family Aquatic Center

Cedar Hill, TX
Paws in the Pool-ooza
August 13, 2016
Crawford Park Pool

El Paso, TX
8th Annual Dog Day Swimming
September 10 and September 11, 2016
Nations Tobin Aquatic Center

North Richland Hills, TX
Doggie Beach Bash
September 24, 2016
NRH2O Family Water Park

Garland, TX
11th Annual Dog-A-Pooloza
August 20, 2016
Holford Community Pool

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Garland, TX
Wags and Waves
September 10, 2016
Hawaiian Falls Waterpark

Grapevine, TX
Doggie Dive-In
September 10, 2016
Pleasant Glade Pool

Lubbock, TX
K-9 SplashFest
August 14, 2016
Clapp Pool

Mesquite, TX
Doggie Splash Day
August 13, 2016
Vanston Pool

New Braunfels, TX
Doggie Dip Day
September 11, 2016
Landa Park Aquatic Complex

Odessa, TX
2016 Pet Splash
August 7, 2016
Sherwood Aquatic Center

Rowlett, TX
2016 Pooch Plunge
August 14, 2016
Wet Zone

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UTAH

Provo, UT
Puppy Paddle Pool Party
September 3, 2016
Provo Recreation Center

Sandy, UT
Dippin’ Dogs
September 17 and September 24, 2016
Alta Canyon Sports Center

VERMONT

Essex Junction, VT
If I Could Only Paddle Like a Doggy
August 28, 2016
Maple Street Pool

VIRGINIA

Abingdon, VA
Coomes Center Doggie Swim Day
September 17, 2016
The Coomes Center

Alexandria, VA
Annual Doggie Day Swim
September 16, 2016 for dogs 25 lbs and under – Memorial Pool at Charles Houston Recreation Center
September 17, 2016 for dogs 25 lbs and up – Old Town Pool

Fredericksburg, VA
“Doggone” Pool Party
September 10, 2016
Loriella Park Pool

Harrisonburg, VA
Dog Days Dog Swim
August 28, 2016
Westover Pool

Lovettsville, VA
Loettsville Dog Swim
September 10, 2016
Lovettsville Community Pool

Norfolk, VA
Dogs Gone Swimming 2016
September 17, 2016
Norfolk Fitness & Wellness Center

Williamsburg, VA
Drool in the Pool
September 10, 2016
Chickahominy Riverfront Park

WASHINGTON

Seattle, WA
Dog Swim
September 25, 2016
Madison Pool

Tacoma, WA
Pooch Pool Party
September 10, 2016
Stewart Heights Pool

WISCONSIN

Appleton, WI
Doggie Day at the Pool!
August 20, 2016
Mead Pool

Eau Claire, WI
Doggie Swim Fest
September 5, 2016
Fairfax Pool

Menomonie, WI
Dog Swim at Wakanda Water Park
September 3, 2016
Wakanda Water Park

Milwaukee, WI
12th Annual Labor Day Doggy Dip
September 5, 2016
Cool Waters in Greenfield Park

WYOMING

Sheridan, WY
Dog Swim
August 27, 2016
Kendrick Park Pool