How to prepare for the upcoming year: Get your dog ready with this list of 10 dog-friendly activities to enjoy in 2017.
The Yellowstone National Park, which was established in 1859, is a popular destination for dog lovers around the world.
Here you can see Yellowstone, the largest open-air animal park in the world, including the majestic and diverse Mammoth Mountain, the famous and iconic Yellowstone River, the Yellowstone Falls, and the famous, iconic Glacier National Park.
There are more than 1,200 dog-Friendly Activities that are open to all dogs, and if you are looking for a fun way to start your year, check out our list of Dog Friendly Activities for the 2018-2019 Season.1.
Dog-Friendliness Weekends at the ParkThis week-long event takes place in June, the same time that dog lovers enjoy the Yellowstone National Parks Dog Week.
The event is held on the weekend of June 10-11 and features fun activities for dogs and their families, including a parade through the park, dog-specific games, a dog show, a canine walk, and more.2.
Dog Safari at the Yellowstone and Great Basin Botanical GardensDog Safari is the first and only Dog Safari in the United States to allow dogs on all four acres of the Botanical Garden’s National Park in Montana.
The petting zoo, which is operated by a nonprofit, features dog-themed activities such as a dog-driven circus, dog agility, and a dog and pony show.
The Petting Zoo is also a dog friendly park for all ages, so dogs and families of all ages are welcome to join in on the fun.3.
DogFest at the National Park of the RockiesDogFest, which takes place every March, is an outdoor dog-centric event held in the park each March.
It’s a chance for people of all walks of life to come together for a family-friendly event featuring live music, a parade, and lots of fun.4.
Dog Weekends in Montana and IdahoDog Weekends takes place annually on the first Sunday in May.
Each year, the park offers free dog-related activities for the whole family, including dog walkers, live music and more!
The Dog Weekend at Yellowstone and Grand Teton National ParksIn 2017, dog lovers celebrated Dog Week by heading to Yellowstone National Monument in Montana, where the park also hosts a dog camp.
DogCamp is a unique dog-focused event where you can meet and greet some of the park’s most beloved animals.
The camp is open for all animals including bobcats, mountain lions, wolves, and other exotic animals.5.
Dog Festival at the Great Basin and Yellowstone National Biodiversity Research CenterDog Fest is an annual event in which the park holds a festival for dogs.
The festival features the annual Dog Weekender, where you and your family can spend time together and enjoy a variety of activities.6.
Dog and Cat-Friendliest Day at the Grand Taconic National ParkDog and Cat Days are a unique outdoor dog and cat-friendly holiday, held every spring and summer.
The two-day event offers visitors a chance to meet their furry friends at various places around the Grand Canyon, such as the Cat Bridge at the top of the Great Canyon.7.
Dog Parade at the Teton and Yellowstone RiversThe Yellowstone River is the most popular waterway in the country, so the park has several dog-oriented activities available.
The river includes the Grand Salmon Dog Parade, the Dog and Pig Run, the Grand Trout Run, and many more.8.
Dog & Cat Playgrounds at Yellowstone National ForestDog Playgrounds are a great way to meet new dogs or enjoy the beauty of the Tundra.
A great way for people to socialize with other dogs and cat lovers is the Dog & Cats Playgrounds.
There’s also a great chance to see other pets and have a fun game of fetch.9.
Dog Carnival at the American Fork and Little Missouri RiverDog Carnival is a great opportunity for people who love dogs to meet other dogs, or just relax with your own.
The fun can be on the water, where dogs can run or jump on the river, or in the playgrounds, where people can meet other people’s dogs.10.
Dog World of Color at Yellowstone Dog World is an animal themed festival that attracts thousands of visitors every year.
The Animal World of color is a dog themed event that features animals of all kinds, including cats, horses, and dogs.