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audrey   marcellus, NY

4/16/2011 7:17:25 AM

our town isnt very big so there arent many restaraunts and hotels and stuff like that in general, but in bigger, nearby towns, there are more places to take your dogs

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carlisa   Tulsa, OK

3/25/2011 2:17:37 PM

interesting quiz..............

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Ginny   Kerrville, TX

3/25/2011 10:41:23 AM

I see lots of folks out walking their dogs (have to be on leashes) in our neighborhood park. Everyoneis very friendly.

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Carolyn   Hadley, MA

3/19/2011 10:29:28 AM

My town has a fair number of dogs. There's not a whole big bunch, but there is still a lot of them. There are lots of restaurants and parks around. There are a fair amount of hotels that allow dogs. it is a perfect place for a dog.

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F. Thomas   Fairfield, CT

3/18/2011 3:15:17 PM

My town has no dog park nor resturants where you can take your dog with you. There are many dogs in my town, and most owners wish there was a dog park. The town just doesn't seem to want to do anything for us or our dogs.


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Connie   Dunedin, FL

3/18/2011 1:33:26 PM

Dunedin is "Dog Eden" . See April DOG FANCY
A picture worth a thousand words.

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Scout   Greenville, SC

3/17/2011 4:00:44 PM

I wish more cities & towns were dog-friendly.

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J   Kearney, NE

3/15/2011 10:54:46 AM

My community is great is welcoming dogs, and activities. Great article

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pat   southwest phila, PA

3/8/2011 11:59:25 PM

i thought it was a good article i just relized there is not to many things in my town for me and my dogs to do

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K.L.   Rochester, MN

3/4/2011 9:44:56 AM

Despite its two dog parks, Rochester, MN, isn't very dog friendly.


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Arlene + Frederick 54   Post Falls, ID

3/2/2011 3:27:06 PM

Very interesting. The City I live in has 20,000 people, but within 2 miles and another 5 miles we have 2 dog parks. In the development (60) I live in almost every has 1 or 2 dogs. We are very dog friendly, including free doggie bags and a a place to put it. There must be about 5 or more throughout.

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Sivia   New York City, NY

2/17/2011 12:57:30 PM

Surprisingly New York City is the ultimate dog friendly town. We score a perfect 12. there is always something going on for dogs and there are definitly more dogs then kids per household as well many many dog parks to choose from. Also there are so many doggy daycares and vets that makes it affordable to everyone. I always tell my friends that if i was to be reborn i would come back as an upper east side doggy they are living the dream. whoever said that a dogs should'nt live in city apt has never been to NY, they get more excersize and stimulation then kids i meet.

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Aaron   Tucson, AZ

2/17/2011 9:53:14 AM

We are from Tucson, Arizona and we got 12 points. People really love pets here!

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Rita   Portage, IN

2/16/2011 8:14:30 AM

good article. We scored 11 points. We are lucky here in Portage,Indiana.

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Bob   Wind Gao, PA

2/13/2011 12:52:08 PM

Great article. I wish I live in a friendly dog town, but I do not.

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sofia   rocklin, CA

2/12/2011 9:27:41 AM

My town has room for improvement. but it is still pretty dog friendly. I got 10 points.

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2/12/2011 5:04:31 AM

My town is in the process of being a dog friendly place.

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Patrice   Long Beach, CA

2/11/2011 8:24:08 AM

Long Beach, CAhas lots of Dog Parks and Dog Activities. Even a Dog Beach! Also, Doggie Day Care is a big help, and lots of fun for "Winston".

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Judy   Milford, PA

2/11/2011 7:20:13 AM

Least friendly dog place I have ever lived. Cannot take dog to park or hiking on the many trails in our town.

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