Ok folks, so it was my very first adventure in Tahoe. It was Pop’s birthday and we wanted to celebrate with a fun-filled weekend min-trip. But there were quite a few interesting things we learned while planning and during our trip….
1. DogTrekker App
This super app helps find any and all doggie friendly areas within your vicinity. Weather its cafes, parks, beaches or any other attractions we were able to find places in Tahoe we never thought existed as pet-friendly. Momma put it to good use.
2. Zephyr Cove Resort
OMG…my human’s brought me to this amazing resort where I can be off leach and roam free outside the cabin where we stayed. The weather was calm, peaceful and I couldn’t wait to sniff around my new habitat.
As you can see…pops was teaching me how to swim at the beach. Ok, so I admit, I was a bit freaked out by the huge waves approaching me and tried to weasel my way out. I prefer calm waters. But pops made sure I wouldn’t float away.
3. Dog Dog Cat Store – Tahoe
Out of many pet stores, this store by far is truly unique. Not only do they have the standard items, food, toys, etc. But there is a huge catalog of outdoor items for the adventurous pet. It also helped that the staff gave me alot of love and attention. How do you like my goggles? Momma bought me some smoothing paw lotion. Hope it works! A must see for dogs and cats. They’re located right off the Nevada/Cali Stateline in South Lake Tahoe.
4. South Lake Tahoe & Stateline
If you’re looking to shop and dine out, this is the ultimate place to be. Yes, it’s incredibly pet friendly. The amount of petting I received was enormous. Most of the shops invited me with open arms 🙂
Overall, we really enjoyed the outdoors and would definitely stay at Zephyr again. Maybe next trip we’ll go during wintertime 🙂 Although, my pawrents can’t ski, they just gotta suck it up and learn.