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Door County

Historic Door County Wisconsin is a Pet Paradise for Fido.

Let me begin by saying, I could live here. We’ve all been on vacation where the place and time spoke to us and it just ‘felt’ good. Well, Door County feels good! Known as the New England of the Midwest, Door County is one of Wisconsin’s most traveled destinations. It’s easy to see why as each tiny hamlet has a charm and history all its own.

Who can resist visiting towns with names such as Egg Harbor, Sister Bay, Sturgeon Bay, and Ephraim?

From lighthouses to an island once owned by a wealthy inventor, you can spend weeks here and still not see it all. And the best thing is, Door County is Fido-friendly.

Base camp for this trip was the Country House Resort located on 27 wooded acres. I stayed in the Carriage House over the garage and my room included a fabulous large Jacuzzi tub. The balcony was the perfect size for morning coffee and water view. The private shoreline just begs for a game of fetch and with an outside dog wash area, no need to worry about bringing back a dirty dog to your pet-friendly room. There is so much thought gone in to their pet amenities, they even provide sheets to cover the furniture if your Fido loves to make himself at home. There is so much to see and do in Door County however, it’s hard to break away from this resort surrounded by trails and places to picnic.


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