Is the summer coming to an end, are you looking to the beach for the last time? These shoreline stretches are dog-friendly and it allows traveling with the entire family and your furriest friend to enjoy a getaway on the beach.
Before you go, bear in mind you can bring your four-legged buddy, but also pack a good sunscreen and a book to read on the beach. Start your day early or in the noon arrive later, keep your dog in the mid-day sun from over-heating. Do not forget a beach umbrella, towel and fresh water bowl to keep the pet cool.
The dogs same as humans get a sunburn, so pack doggie sun block that is pet-safe, especially in case your dog has white shirt fur or light color. The ears, nose, and belly are prone to painful burn. However, not every dog is aware of swimming and so to test their abilities in a pool prior to jumping into the ocean rough waves.
The best dog beaches in the USA:
Huntington Dog Beach in California
Huntington Dog beach is famous as it houses Surf Dog competition annually. Here the dogs ride and hang in the California waves same as humans. As per the city ordinance, the dogs remain leashed, but the pooches that are well- behaved is free to splash and can be kept unleashed.
Wildwood Dog Beach in New Jersey
You can spend a day and find the right spot at Wildwood Dog Beach. There is fire hydrant two-story decorated with dog bones and paw prints. The dogs may be on the beach leashed, but there is an off-leash dog park fenced-in where your pup gets his exercise. Doggie fresh water and waste bags are on-site available. However, your furry friend is restricted on the boardwalk.
Fort De Soto Dog Beach in Tierra Verde, Florida
Fort De Soto Beach is in Florida south of St. Petersburg at 15 miles. This is known for its blue waters and the sand is pearl white. Bring your dog and have leash-free fun in the playground that is two fenced-in areas keeping the big dogs separate from the tiniest pups. You will find a stretch of beach for a quarter-mile reserved for Fido alone. The dogs are off-leash allowed in designated area, but keep a six-foot leash while in other areas. If you and your canine consider venturing out, consider the kayaks, pet-friendly canoes, and paddle board available on rent.