Top Dog Friendly Tours Worldwide

Taking the dog out for a walk takes on a new meaning when you’re on vacation. After all, there are tons of sights to see, and smell, around every corner. Browse our dog friendly tours below for the scoop on self-guided walks, driving tours, and group tours that both you and your dog are sure to enjoy.

Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour

See Savannah in a dog-centric way on the Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour. Designed and tailored specifically for you and your dog, this tour gives you and your pup the opportunity to sniff out Savannah's historical sites while you hear more about this beautiful city. There is a limit of two dogs per human, and all dogs must be leashed. The tour begins at the center of Oglethorpe Square (on Abercorn St.), runs about 90 min's and is less than a mile stroll through historic Savannah. As an added bonus, every dog on the tour receives a complimentary bag of Oliver Bentleys own original recipe Ollie B. Biscuits.

Dog Paddling Adventures

Dog Paddling Adventures offers 1-6 day hiking, canoeing, skijoring, and snowshoeing trips for dogs (and their people) in the Toronto area. The cost varies from $30 for a half-day hike to $635 for a weeklong adventure. All trips include camping accommodation, delicious meals, equipment, park permits, lifejackets and backpacks for both people and dogs, as well as the services of a wilderness guide.

ABQ Trolley Co.

Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome to join their humans on this 85-minute narrated tour of ABQ aboard an open-air trolley. Tours depart from Historic Old Town. Periodic closures occur throughout the season. For specific closure information, visit the ABQ Trolley Co. website.

Lazy Dog Kayak

Lazy Dog Kayak offers a couple of different options. The first is just a regular rental. Rent the kayak, put the dog in front, and off you go across the channel and down the canal. There are plenty of birds and coconuts floating by along the way to keep your dog entertained. Option two is the doggie paddle. Several people take their dogs in the kayaks to a sandbar together. It's like a private island dog park, so your dog will be tuckered out for the rest of the day by the time you make it back to the marina. Lazy dog is located on Stock Island, the first island north of Key West, at mile marker 4. $
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