Monthly Archives: January 2017

Winter Hikes: Mt. Agamenticus, York, ME

With over 40 miles of trails, Mount Agamenticus in York, Maine offers a variety of options for dog friendly winter hikes.  On our most recent visit, in honor of our Golden Retriever’s 5th birthday, we hiked to the top of Second Hill with it’s elevation of 555 feet.  To get to Second Hill begin at […]

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Winter Hikes: Orris Falls, South Berwick, ME

One of our favorite places for a dog friendly winter hike is Orris Falls in South Berwick, Maine.  Following an abandoned colonial road, the Orris Falls network of trails offers a variety of hiking options.  During the winter we prefer to hike the Big Bump trail which leads away from the falls and wetlands area, […]

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First Dogs of the United States

In honor of the Presidential Inauguration, I would like to pay tribute to the important role of First Dog of the United States.  These patriotic pups have stood by their owners’ side greeting foreign dignitaries, presiding over meetings in the Oval Office, and have occasionally provided comic relief to take reporters’ attention away from the […]

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