Tag Archives: Quebec

Back in Action!!!!

After almost a year off the grid, DogFriendlyPlanet is back. Best of all, Fido and his wandering adventures have returned. The kinks have been ironed out, home base has been set up, and Fido is ready to share with you some more of the greatest dog-friendly spaces around. So get ready, pull out your maps, and be sure to pack the treat bag because we’re hitting the road, and Fido is leading the way! Coming up: Fido visits McRae Lake, Northern Quebec, the Bruce Peninsula, Copeland Forest, and spends some time at Luskville Falls. Remember to check back regularly so you don’t miss any of the action!

Fido enjoys some late season warm weather

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Sentier national au Quebec – a dog-friendly Quebec after all?

When I first moved to Quebec and began asking people where they took their pup to get outside the city and go for a good romp in the forest, the response everyone seemed to give was the same; “there isn’t anywhere”. This is what spawned the creation of Dog Friendly Planet. Dog Friendly Planet (or DFP for short), is a place you can come to find those unknown local hikes that won’t get you or Fido in trouble for being on. It is a resource. A tool. Please use it, and contribute to it. Let us know if there is anything missing. We want to make it more complete for all of the folks just like us, who have gone somewhere, or moved somewhere new, and found it seemingly impossible to figure out where all the dog-friendly spaces are. KEEP READING