By Mallory Pladus
Dog owners often experience a dilemma when it comes time to go on vacation. They don't want to leave their four-legged best friend behind, but also don't want "no dogs allowed" policies to complicate travel plans. Luckily, there is an alternative: Mitch and Jen Frankenberg founded The Paw House Inn as a solution for like-minded dog- and travel-lovers. The Inn's two locations are near ski resorts in Vermont-one at Mt. Snow and the other near Killington and Okemo. Both provide a 24-hour kennel where dogs can stay when guests want to go out without a canine companion. The inns also offer its pet guests custo10 Tips for a Dog-Friendly Homem-made beds, training classes, homemade snacks and veterinarian services. Here, Mitch and Jen share their tips on how to create your own pooch palace.
1) Create a walkway. Making a path for your dog to use before entering the house can help get rid of some of those muddy tracks. The Frankenbergs made The Paw House Inn's walkways using different kinds of gravel.Read More »from 10 tips for a dog-friendly home