Issue 37: May/Jun 2009

Fido Friendly Issue 37

ALL DOLLED UP WITH SOMEWHERE TO GOCapturing the excitement and glamour of Westminster.
EAT, DRINK & BE HAPPYWhether it’s purchasing quality food from the store or cooking at home, we want the very best for our canine companions.
COVER STORY: CANINE CRUSADERKathryn Erbe fights for justice, both onscreen and off.
LIFE IS A HIGHWAYWhen Rascal Flatts guitarist Joe Don Rooney and his former Playmate of the Year wife Tiffany Fallon hit the road, so do their dogs.
BACKYARD MAKEOVERSimple solutions for creating a space both you and Fido can enjoy.
PLAYA BLANCA PUPSOffering food—and love—to a stray family.

Health & SafetyCamping & HikingLifestylesTravel Guide

STOCK MARKET ‘ANGELS’It’s a dog day at NASDAQ—but in a good way.
THE DOC IS INIf your pup lacks pep, it could be his thyroid gland.
SHE YAPS/HE YAPSTwo of America’s top trainers discuss what to do in a “dog-meet-dog” situation.
THE WHOLE PET DIETKeep Fido strong (and beautiful) with this cleansing diet supplement.
PET NUTRITIONWhere’s the beef? What to look for in dry dog food.
HEALTH + WELLNESSPreparing your dog’s food is worth it.
DIARY OF A DOG CHEFTo combine or not to combine dog food, that is the question.
AIR BUDJetBlue makes flying friendlier for dogs.

EUREKA!Discovering the beauty of northwest Arkansas.
NIPPING AROUND NAPADogs may not drink the wine, but they’re welcome throughout the valley.
OUT OF THIS WORLDJupiter Beach Resort offers a seaside getaway for you and your dog.
BEST OF THE WESTVisit the Grand Canyon while Fido is cared for at this RV resort.
I’LL TAKE MANHATTANPets are welcome at this upscale, hybrid hotel on NYC’s Upper East Side.

From this issue

Recent Articles
  • Road trip in Western France with Fido

    Road Trip with my dog Shark

    The must sees from La Rochelle to Mont Saint Michel.

    By Maria Himmich

    What I love about road trips is the freedom to stop by anywhere and anytime I see a beautiful landscape or feel that my dog Shark needs to stretch her legs. During my last stay in France, I decided to hit the road to dis- cover the West coast of the country, from Bordeaux South to Mont Saint Michel North.

    First stop. The...

  • Waterfalling in Love with the Parks and Urban Delights of Greenville

    Waggin at the waterpark in Greenville

    Find canine southern comfort in this South Carolina haven.

    By Robin Tierney

    Big, beautiful waterfalls right in the center of downtown? You know you’re in a special place, even before you and Fido discover Greenville’s cascade of other charms.

    Here, Southern hospitality is authentic, and it extends to canines of all breeds and sizes. At least 125 restaurants welcome dogs, as do the lovely parks...

  • Whistler is Canada’s Fido-friendly Mountain Paradise

    Whistler, Canada's Fido Friendly Mountain Paradise

    Find Fido-Friendly fun on and off the slopes

    By Robin Tierney

    Take a walk anywhere around Whistler and you’ll soon see why this mountain resort is regarded as the “dog-friendly” capital of Canada. With numerous Fido-friendly hotels, canine hospitality and support services, and an epic offering of dog walking trails, it’s the perfect place for a Fido-friendly vacation. But where’s the best place...

  • Breckenridge Offers an Avalanche of Thrills Year-Round

    Breckenridge is among Colorado's most beautiful destinations

    Find Fido-Friendly fun on and off the slopes.

    By Robin Tierney

    What do you bring to a celebration dedicated to the God of snow? Viking helmets and dogs, judging by the annual January ULLR Festival in Breckenridge.

    Due to its high elevation, this Colorado mountain town is known for extra-long seasons of skiing and snowboarding on nearly 3,000 acres and five peaks of epic terrain. But now Breck...