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Five New Ways Pups Can Play in the Pikes Peak Region

Named one of the pet-friendliest cities in the country, Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region have expanded offerings for furry friends. From Jeep tours to pupcakes, tails are sure to wag with these five new ways man’s best friend can play this summer. Find more dog-focused itineraries and four-legged friendly packages at http://bit.ly/2tcHniq

Colorado Jeep Tours –  Located in the Royal Gorge of Cañon City, Colorado Jeep Tours now offer dog-friendly guided jeep tours along the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, Red Canyon Park and the Gold Belt Scenic Byway. Every breed and size are welcome on the tours to accommodate travelers who want to take fido along for their family vacation. For more information, visit ColoradoJeepTours.com or call 719-275-6339.

Cheyenne Mountain and Mueller State Parks – From June to August a new trial policy in Cheyenne Mountain and Mueller state parks allow dogs on specified trails including Acorn Alley, Bobcat Way, Raccoon Ridge and a portion of Soaring Kestrel. Park rules state that dogs need to be on a hand-held leash no more than six feet. Owners must pick up waste and avoid conflict with other animals and park visitors. Doggy-pick-up bag stations are installed throughout the park. http://cpw.state.co.us/

Pub Dog Colorado – The first and only restaurant in the state of Colorado that allows guests to dine with their dogs indoors. This restaurant and bar allow seating both inside and outside for pups to get a whiff of fresh air. Complete with 3,000 square feet of off-leash area, dogs can socialize and relax safely while patrons enjoy a meal and cold beverage. Within walking distance from Bear Creek Dog Park and Red Rock Open Space, Pub Dog Colorado creates a hub for locals to enjoy time with their pups before and after their outside adventures. http://pubdogcolorado.com

Doggie Treat Truck – Furry Friends Inc. is taking to the streets in a food truck to serve delicious treats to pups in the Pikes Peak region. Serving goodies like bacon-flavored ice cream and homemade pupcakes, pooches everywhere are sure to drool. The truck can be found at local farmer’s markets Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. www.furryfriendsinc.com

Bampaws Stay and Play – This brand-new dog day care, grooming and pet boarding facility is in the heart of downtown. Unlike most other boarding facilities, this location is attended 24 hours a day and streams continuous DogTV to check on residents at any time. Options range from half-day care to luxury suite overnights. www.bampaws.com

About Colorado Springs, CO

Founded as a resort town in 1871, Olympic City USA has drawn travelers from around the world for decades offering unrivaled natural beauty, endless blue skies, a mild climate and more than 55 man-made and natural attractions. Home to iconic landmarks such as Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain, Garden of the Gods Park, the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center and U.S. Air Force Academy, the city and surrounding region is a popular destination for families, outdoor enthusiasts and couples.

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