100 remote jobs from various job boards
2023.03.04 12:03 remote-enthusiast 100 remote jobs from various job boards
- write On, Writers! Freelance Academic Writers Wanted-$3,000-$4,500 Monthly \)link\) StudyGate · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- staff Accountant \)link\) TCS Education System · Remote non-tech, accounting
- application Developer \)link\) Carter Logistics · Remote in Anderson engineering
- lithuanian To English Translator \)link\) Productive Playhouse · Remote non-tech
- Marketing Event Specialist \)link\) Finalsite sales-marketing, lead-generation, project-management, salesforce, advertising, social-media, part-time, usa-uk
- full Stack PHP Engineer Ii \)link\) Slickdeals · Remote in Los Angeles engineering, remote
- esports Copywriter \)link\) Pittsburgh Knights · Remote in Pittsburgh sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- interpreter I \)link\) International Rescue Committee · Remote in Denver non-tech, spanish
- asp.net/sql Developer - 100% Remote In Texas \)link\) Health & Human Services Comm · Remote in Austin engineering
- translators \)link\) JTG inc · Remote in Reston non-tech
- Controller \)link\) Binary Defense non-tech, accounting, cloud, payroll, security, full-time, usa
- social and Digital Media Strategist \)link\) Social Driver · Remote in Austin sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- full Stack Developer \)link\) All Information Services, Inc. (AIS) · Remote in Oakbrook Terrace engineering
- Real Estate Transactional Associate \)link\) Bartko Zankel Bunzel Miller non-tech, attorney, full-time, usa
- Email Marketing Specialist \)link\) Strategy11 · Utah sales-marketing, full-time, sales-and-marketing, anywhere-in-the-world, email-marketing-and-automation, figma, wordpress, writing, remote
- Director, Marketing Analytics & Operations \)link\) Klaviyo sales-marketing, program-management, customer-experience, ecommerce, growth-hacking, full-time, usa
- early Interventionist-mendocino County \)link\) Easterseals Northern California · Remote in Ukiah non-tech, esnorcal, bilingual-english-spanish
- brand & Innovation Manager- Recruitment Marketing- Remote \)link\) Aramark · Remote in Philadelphia sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- spanish Bilingual Interpreter Opi/vri - Remote \)link\) CyraCom · Remote non-tech
- social Media Manager \)link\) VaVa Virtual Assistants · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- Showrunner \)link\) Netflix sales-marketing, publishing, full-time, usa
- technical Sales Rep Hvac - Water Treatmen \)link\) Tower Water Management · Remote in New Jersey sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- senior Accountant - Loan Accounting & Regulatory Reporting \)link\) Customers Bank · Remote in West Reading non-tech, accounting
- health Educator - Call Center \)link\) Snow Companies · Remote non-tech, customer-support
- content Marketing Manager \)link\) Full Stack Finance · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- developer Ii \)link\) Claims Management Resources Inc · Remote in Oklahoma City engineering
- customer Support Specialist \)link\) The New York Times · Remote in New York non-tech, customer-support
- digital Marketer \)link\) Designity · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- amazon Fba Brand/account Manager - Full-time Virtual Position \)link\) Benson Mills · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- Sales Development Manager \)link\) CloudTalk · Europe sales-marketing, sales, full-time, global
- language and Culture Blogger \)link\) Transparent Language · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, freelance
- Registered Dietitian Nutritionist \)link\) Richards Fitness Warfare non-tech, full-time, usa
- copywriter \)link\) Solera · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- Senior Cloud Software Engineer \)link\) Accesa & RaRo · Romania engineering, devops-sysadmin, full-time, aws-azure
- patient Access Representative Call Center \)link\) University of Washington · Remote in Seattle sales-marketing, non-tech, sales, remote-downtown-seattle
- call Center Representative \)link\) Progressive · Remote in Missouri non-tech, customer-support
- epc Solution Architect \)link\) HireVelocity · Remote in Allentown engineering
- senior Digital Graphic Designer \)link\) Paula's Choice Skincare · Remote in Seattle design
- It Security Manager \)link\) Lime engineering, security, full-time, usa
- Associate Philanthropic Specialist – Mid-level Giving \)link\) PETA · $19 - $23 · Virginia, US sales-marketing
- sales Representative - Remote \)link\) Outsourced Doers · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- russian and /or Ukraine Language Analyst ) \)link\) CACI · Remote in Fairfax non-tech, required-ts-sci-with-poly
- Operations Engineer \)link\) Publitas.com · Netherlands engineering, full-time, devops-and-sysadmin, anywhere-in-the-world, bash, troubleshooting, saas-remote
- Career & Placement Coach, Life Sciences Career Pathway \)link\) Thrive Scholars · $85,800 - $95,500 · California, US non-tech, sales-marketing
- debt Consultant \)link\) Americor · Remote in Salt Lake City sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- call Center Agent \)link\) PetSmart · Remote in Arizona non-tech, customer-support, remote
- Internal Email Account Manager \)link\) Apothecarie · USA sales-marketing, sales, full-time
- back-end Developer \)link\) Clutch Group, Inc. · Remote in United States engineering
- software Engineer \)link\) BringFido · Remote engineering
- Property Tax Senior Manager \)link\) Baker Tilly US, LLP non-tech, accounting, counselor, full-time, usa
- seo Content Editowriter \)link\) B12 · Remote in New York sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- copywriter, Casino Igaming \)link\) DraftKings · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- Senior Product Marketing Manager \)link\) Kraken Digital Asset Exchange sales-marketing, product-marketing, product-management, trading, publishing, full-time, anywhere
- asl/english Sign Language Interpreter \)link\) ACLU · Remote in New York non-tech
- patent Attorney - Ee / Computer Science / Programming \)link\) Legalpeople LLC · Remote engineering
- Team Manager, Growth Accounts \)link\) HackerRank tech, recruiting, full-time, usa
- reactjs / Nodejs It Developer - Remote \)link\) Florida Blue · Remote engineering
- remote Grading Assistant/writing Tutor \)link\) Marco Learning · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- outside Sales Representative Digital Marketing Automotive \)link\) C-4 Analytics · Remote in Las Vegas sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- sales Development Representative - Wfs \)link\) Pearson · Remote in Austin sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- programmer Ii \)link\) TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES · Remote in Austin engineering, remote
- Business Analyst \)link\) Wecheer · Vietnam sales-marketing, business, full-time
- inside Sales Manager \)link\) Yelp · Remote in Austin sales-marketing, non-tech, sales, remote
- backend Software Engineer – Node.js - 100% Remote \)link\) Radian · Remote in Pennsylvania engineering
- customer Service Agent \)link\) Miaplaza Inc. · Remote non-tech, customer-support
- php Web Developer & Mariadb \)link\) GrantWriterTeam · Remote engineering
- Procurement Manager \)link\) Andela tech, project-management, full-time, other
- Enterprise Sales Manager \)link\) Discourse · Full-time · Worldwide sales-marketing, sales, full-time
- customer Service Representative, Work From Home Opportunity \)link\) CVS Health · Remote in San Antonio non-tech, customer-support
- information & Communication Technology Consultant and Designer - Rcdd \)link\) DataCom Design Group · Remote in Texas design, itc
- senior Accountant \)link\) The Black Tux · Remote non-tech, accounting
- dynamics Ax D365 Developer \)link\) Quantum Dynamics · Remote engineering
- sr Cloud Developer \)link\) Fayetteville Public Works Commission · Remote in Fayetteville engineering
- Customer Service \)link\) Aston Carter sales-marketing, customer-service, recruiting, call-center, full-time, usa
- Accounting Director \)link\) Glorious · USA non-tech, finance-legal, full-time
- Proposal Manager / Writer \)link\) Altair Global sales-marketing, publishing, business-development, journalism, editing, database-administration, full-time, usa-uk
- associate Web Developer \)link\) One Medical · Remote in San Francisco engineering, remote
- process Automation Engineer \)link\) Archer Daniels Midland Company · Remote in Marshall engineering
- xd Copywriter - Cdh - Remote \)link\) Mayo Clinic · Remote in Rochester sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- business Planner \)link\) YETI · Remote in Austin sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- cgi Designer \)link\) Phillips Staffing · Remote design
- rpg Developer- Remote \)link\) Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, Inc. · Remote in Dallas engineering
- junior Developer \)link\) Shamrock Solutions LLC · Remote engineering
- backend Engineer - In Fintech \)link\) Make · Remote engineering, remote-global
- customer Service Representative \)link\) The Travel Corporation · Remote in Cypress non-tech, customer-support
- level 2 Sdet [remote Contract] \)link\) Nintendo of America Inc. · Remote in United States engineering, retro-studios
- Customer Service Representative \)link\) Fortune Brands · USA sales-marketing, customer-service, full-time
- influencer Marketing Specialist \)link\) Meridian One · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- editorial Assistant \)link\) Doximity · Remote in San Diego sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- guidewire Developesenior Guidewire Developer - Remote \)link\) Amica Mutual Insurance Company · Remote in Providence engineering
- accountant Iii \)link\) The Judge Group · Remote in Sacramento non-tech, accounting
- experienced Software Developer100% Remotemust Be Awesome! \)link\) Infinity Software Development, Inc · Remote engineering
- etl Developer Remote Contract Role \)link\) Valsatech Corp · Remote engineering
- sr. Accountant \)link\) The HT Group · Remote in Austin non-tech, accounting, 100-remote-texas
- marketing Copywriter - Client and Member Communications \)link\) Imagine360 · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- customer Service Representative \)link\) DxTx Pain and Spine LLC · Remote non-tech, customer-support
- Certified Personal Trainer \)link\) Richards Fitness Warfare non-tech, android, ios, teaching, full-time, usa
- accountant \)link\) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory · Remote in San Francisco Bay Area non-tech, accounting, remote-currently-100
- marketing Manager, Campaigns and Content, Sephora \)link\) Sephora · Remote in San Francisco sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- Business Analyst \)link\) Cytora · Germany sales-marketing, business, full-time
Hello friends! These are the open remote positions I've found that were published today. See you tomorrow! Bleep blop 🤖
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2023.02.24 18:27 Hart_24 Traveling with Cat on an intercontinental flight, Airline Choice
I am traveling with my cat on a long distance flight (11 hrs) + layover + (2hrs) for a permanent move.
My cat is an American shorthair who is up to date on all her vaccines and the vet will provide an international health certificate on demand.
I am currently looking at airlines to book my flight with and have several options:
- Turkish Airlines: Cheapest by far but with a long Overnight layover (18hrs). Found a few bad reviews on BringFido that they will out of the blue refuse your pet on a flight especially after a layover but also good ones especially here on reddit. Would like to know if someone has experience with them on this.
- Lufthansa : More expensive, overall shorter flight (1hr of layover in Frankfurt). Found much better accounts online from folks who used it. My worries here are that they will count the cat as a carry on and basically I wouldn’t be able to bring a carry on with me.
Update: I’m going with Lufthansa since overall the flight and layover are far shorter and it will be the better experience. I will try to keep the post alive with my experience
Update 2: Booking with Lufthansa is/was very straightforward using the phone. I managed to book my flight and register the pet on the same phone call. Still waiting for the confirmation, it is usually issued in 48/72 hours after reserving. Now time to get the international health certificate.
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2023.02.19 12:03 remote-enthusiast 100 remote jobs (tech & non-tech)
- accountant, Associate \)link\) UPMC · Remote in Erie non-tech, accounting, remote-flexibility
- associate Software Engineer \)link\) Moody's · Remote in Harrisburg engineering, 100-remote
- copywriter \)link\) Counterpart Communication Design · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- contract Copywriter - Remote \)link\) Pivot Group · Remote in Portland sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- Operations Manager \)link\) WallStreetZen · Hong Kong non-tech, full-time, management-and-finance, anywhere-in-the-world, financial-management, operations-management, problem-solving, search-engine-optimization-seo, opportunity-for-fast-career-progression
- call Center Agent \)link\) PetSmart · Remote in Arkansas non-tech, customer-support, remote
- content Writers and Editors \)link\) Redcloud Consulting · Remote in Redmond sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- Operations Director \)link\) Adasina Social Capital · $100,000 · California, US n-a
- Principal Product Manager \)link\) Alaska Air Group, Inc. tech, product-management, ios, accounting, user-experience, scrum-master, full-time, usa
- fully Remote Staff Accountant \)link\) Leola Construction, LLC · Remote non-tech, accounting
- accountant I \)link\) INFOSYNC SERVICES LLC · Remote in North Carolina+5 locations non-tech, accounting
- general Accountant - Remote \)link\) Marriott International, Inc · Remote in Wailea non-tech, accounting
- jr. Copywriter \)link\) Aquent · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- mid-level Java Developer \)link\) GenSpark · Remote engineering, with-training
- make Healthy Easier - Work In Nutrition and Fitness Sales - Fully Remote \)link\) Metabolic · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- marketing Communications Specialist \)link\) Bentech · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing, remote
- Hr Insights Analyst \)link\) Formstack non-tech, hris, payroll, full-time, anywhere
- senior Customer Service Representative – Financial Services – Remote Usa \)link\) TTEC · Remote in Oklahoma non-tech, customer-support
- principal Researcher, Market Research, Remote \)link\) Liberty Mutual Insurance · Remote in Atlanta sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- social Media Marketing \)link\) HCM · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- Operations Specialist \)link\) GiveWell · $90,600 - $98,000 · California, US tech, engineering, recruiting
- designer \)link\) BuzzShift · Remote in Dallas design, remote
- sales Consultant - Publishing & Marketing Services \)link\) Author Solutions · Remote in Bloomington sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- Senior Software Engineer - Ruby On Rails & More \)link\) Ride with GPS · Portland, OR engineering, full-time, back-end-programming, north-america-only, linux, mysql, ruby-on-rails
- Agent Relationship Specialist \)link\) Openly sales-marketing, customer-experience, call-center, full-time, usa
- spanish Academic Translator \)link\) Accdon · Remote non-tech, science-and-engineering
- ghostwriter \)link\) Zinda Law Group, PLLC · Remote in Austin sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, remote
- lead Developer \)link\) Insurity · Remote engineering
- full Stack PHP Developer \)link\) Sonic Electronix, Inc. · Remote in Louisville engineering, remote
- People Lead \)link\) Metomic · UK non-tech, human-resources, full-time
- customer Service Associate , Zoro \)link\) Zoro Tools · Remote in Illinois non-tech, customer-support, remote
- editorial Assistant, Viking, Penguin Books, Penguin Life, Penguin Classics \)link\) Penguin Random House LLC · Remote in New York sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, open-to-remote
- People and Culture Manager \)link\) 1VALET · Northern America non-tech, human-resources, full-time
- social Media Manager \)link\) Davis Tech · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- instructional Writer \)link\) allen interactions · Remote in Mendota Heights sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- international Tax Manager \)link\) Berdon LLP · Remote non-tech, accounting
- account Manager, Ems \)link\) Education Dynamics Llc · Remote in Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- trilingual Interpreter - Remote Vrs \)link\) Sorenson Communications, LLC · Remote in San Juan non-tech, asl-spanish-english, puerto-rico
- full Stack Software Engineer - Remote \)link\) UnitedHealth Group · Remote in Eau Claire engineering
- copywriter \)link\) Retrospect · Remote in New York sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- medical Writer \)link\) Siemens Healthineers · Remote in Tarrytown sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, remote
- telugu Interpreter- Remote \)link\) Translation & Interpretation Network · Remote non-tech, vri-opi
- Ux Researcher \)link\) Axelon design, user-experience, researcher, user-interface, freelance-contract, usa
- game Ui Designer - Full Time and Freelance \)link\) Filament Games · Remote in Madison design
- technical Proposal Solutions Writer - Remote \)link\) Akima, LLC Shared Services · Remote in Herndon sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- curriculum Writer \)link\) Public Consulting Group · Remote in United States+2 locations sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, ela-pk
- customer Service Representative - Membership \)link\) Automobile Club of Southern California · Remote in Redlands non-tech, customer-support
- product Designer \)link\) The HT Group · Remote in Austin design
- copywriter \)link\) Rescue Agency · Remote in Atlanta sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, remote
- email Copywriter \)link\) Cella · +1 location sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, remote
- Strategic Finance, Systems and Operations \)link\) Figma non-tech, sql, project-management, architecture, user-experience, data-science, full-time, usa
- customer Service Retention Specialist \)link\) Sunrise Family of Companies · Temporarily Remote in Melville non-tech, customer-support
- bilingual Copywriter \)link\) MCD Partners · Remote in Miami sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- Sales Engineer \)link\) SORACOM · Worldwide sales-marketing, sales, full-time
- Donor Data Manager \)link\) SikhRI · Northern America engineering, data, full-time
- sr. Copywriter \)link\) Varo Bank · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- sales Development Representative \)link\) Operatix · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, sales, remote
- Sales Representative \)link\) Forbes Advisor sales-marketing, advertising, full-time, usa
- programmer Ii \)link\) TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES · Remote in Austin engineering, remote
- principal Medical Writer \)link\) Syneos Health Clinical · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- php Developer \)link\) BlueCloud Technologies · Remote engineering
- Programs Coordinator \)link\) WithinReach · $60,000 · Washington, US non-tech, engineering, sales-marketing
- ecommerce Copywriter \)link\) Galls LLC · Remote in Lexington sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, remote
- Advocacy Project Manager \)link\) Celiac Disease Foundation · $65,000 - $70,000 · CA, US n-a
- Talent Acquisition \)link\) Make · Worldwide non-tech, human-resources, full-time
- remote Senior Copywriter \)link\) Hilton Grand Vacations · Remote in Orlando sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- sql Developer \)link\) ENERGY worldnet · Remote in Decatur engineering, remote
- software Engineer I \)link\) Nike · Remote in Beaverton engineering, remote-option
- remote Social Media Engagement - Tourism - Dutch \)link\) ModSquad · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media, 2767
- social Media Content Creator \)link\) JVCKenwood USA Corporation · Remote in Wayne sales-marketing, non-tech, social-media
- retail Marketing Strategist - Remote \)link\) True Value · Remote in Chicago sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- html Email Developer \)link\) Liberty University · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- Commercial Counsel \)link\) 1Password non-tech, advertising, database-administration, full-time, usa-canada
- Customer Onboarding Specialist \)link\) UsePixie · UK sales-marketing, customer-service, contractor
- Senior Manager, External Communications \)link\) Relativity tech, supply-chain, social-media, full-time, anywhere
- business Intelligence Programmer Analyst \)link\) Medical Mutual of Ohio · Remote in Cleveland engineering
- Cloud Engineer \)link\) Crisp · Worldwide engineering, devops-sysadmin, full-time
- senior Analyst - Cdr \)link\) CDR Fundraising Group · Remote in Lanham sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing, open-to-remote
- remote Bilingual Spanish Customer Service - \)link\) AppleOne · Remote in Raleigh non-tech, customer-support
- data Instrumentation Lead \)link\) Bridgestone Americas · Remote in Nashville engineering, remote-optional
- user Experience Designer Ii \)link\) Home Depot / THD · Remote in Atlanta design, remote
- Qa/is Specialist \)link\) aidence · Netherlands tech, qa, full-time
- accountant \)link\) Rockwater Associates · Remote non-tech, accounting
- audit Senior Manager \)link\) Berdon LLP · Remote non-tech, accounting
- technical Copywriter \)link\) The Helper Bees · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- steel, Plastics, Chemical, Electronics Industrial Sales – B2b \)link\) Company Confidential · Remote in Minnesota sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
- senior Copywriter - Cdr \)link\) CDR Fundraising Group · Remote in Lanham sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting, open-to-remote
- graphic Designer Iii - 100% Remote Est \)link\) Infinity Consulting Solutions, Inc. · Remote in Mountain View design
- remote Sales Representative \)link\) Institute of Reading Development · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, sales
- Advocacy Fellow \)link\) Clooney Foundation for Justice non-tech, creative, advocacy, policy, full-time, anywhere
- software Engineer \)link\) BringFido · Remote engineering
- software Engineer - Network Protocols Bgp, Sflow, Geoip, Ssl/tls \)link\) Hurricane Electric · Remote engineering, remote
- Marketing Automation Manager \)link\) Advantage xPO sales-marketing, customer-experience, qa, web-analytics, salesforce, cloud, full-time, usa
- Demand Generation Manager \)link\) DoctorLogic tech, seo, lead-generation, project-management, customer-experience, advertising, full-time, usa
- senior Tax Manager \)link\) LendingPoint LLC · Remote in Kennesaw non-tech, accounting
- Customer Success Manager \)link\) Apollo.io sales-marketing, project-management, salesforce, user-experience, full-time, usa
- technical Writer Remote \)link\) Incept Data Solutions, Inc · Remote sales-marketing, non-tech, copywriting
- Audit Supervisor \)link\) Shifthrllc · USA non-tech, finance-legal, full-time
- Senior Financial Analyst \)link\) Anomali non-tech, oracle, accounting, customer-service, erp, netsuite, full-time, usa
- e-commerce Specialist \)link\) Rowley Company · Remote in Gastonia sales-marketing, non-tech, marketing
Hello friends! These are the open remote positions I've found that were published today. See you tomorrow! Bleep blop 🤖
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2022.12.17 06:20 alyssajones Surgery in Vancouver, but we live in the interior. Need temporary accommodations. What resources are available?
My partner was diagnosed a couple of weeks ago with a rare circulatory issue, and just got booked for surgery early Jan. I am in the interior, and am coming down at the beginning of January and stay for two weeks to be with him before and after. The problem is, I really want to bring our dog. I could stay with family otherwise, but with the stress of it all,my anxiety is through the roof, and so is his of course, and our dog helps with that. I want him to have his whole little family/household with him before he goes in.
I am looking for a room from Dec 31-Jan15 for both of us some nights, just me others (he'll be in the hospital for a few days to a week) and our basset hound, near surrey/delta/whiterock area. I can of course pay, and am looking at Kijiji and airbnb (if there are any redditors out there who can help out and make a little scratch on the side, I would appreciate it so much.)
I've been checking bringfido, airbnb, and kijiji. I'm no longer on facebook so I can't see marketplace. if there are any other resources i haven't checked, let me know, please!
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2022.11.12 21:18 abolitonbb Quit my job to travel with dog as long as I can
34F traveling solo from Kentucky with my 80lb dog. Tell me anything you can offer. Planning to do dispersed camping in National Forests (as they're all dog friendly) and BLM land.
Trying to do whatever I can with around $5000. I have as much time until I run out of funds, and am ready to head out. Decision paralysis is real though and I need to pick a direction to start. The weather looks similar in the badlands and sedona. Which way do I go?
I plan to drive and camp along the PCH, so anything to the California coast and back is an option, weathesafety permitting. I wanna see the badlands, and Moab and sequoias and death valley and yellowstone and glacier. And my ADHD brain is overwhelmed with options. I've done a lot of reading and am scared of bears and hypothermia and driving on snowy roads. For myself and the dog.
I've downloaded Rover, iOverlander, recreation.gov, Kayak, Hipcamp, Hotels, BringFido and Nomadher. I figure once we get stinky or too cold I'll find a pet friendly hotel, hostel, cabin or vrbo to stay for a night or two. I'll use that time for checking out local eats, doing laundry, and vehicle rearranging and cleaning.
I have the gear and feel prepared for tent and car camping in cold temps, (sleeping bag is comfortable in 15°) outside of having only FWD. Please let me know if you're somewhere you know I shouldn't risk driving to. I don't have tire chains but I do have an anxiety disorder.
I'd never even pitched a tent before I quit my job. It took about 30 minutes the first time, practice camping in the backyard. I chose a $160 Coleman from Walmart after having spent weeks with decision fatigue, googling and reading reviews. I had to buy so much shit and I over-researched everything. I didn't like camping as a kid so I knew I would need to feel as comfortable as possible or I'd bail. I spent more on a self-inflating sleeping pad that's over 3 inches thick because I'm a side sleeper and the internet told me these things are important.
I spent about 3 weeks camping in Eastern Kentucky doing disaster relief volunteering. Had all the supplies I needed besides firewood. Diesel Dog did great. Everyone loved him. He could be better at recall and we'll definitely be working on it. If I do that messed up parenting thing of pretending like I'm gonna leave him he comes running though. It's toxic but effective.
I went to Seattle in that one month that the US beat Covid a couple of years ago. Remember that? Before I left one of the old guys stopped me and said "I heard you're going to Portland!" (Men gossip more than any women I've ever known.) I corrected him that it was Seattle and he yelled "well I was just gonna tell you to be safe! It's filled with antifa!" And as soon as I came back to work I knew I couldn't stay there anymore. It is so toxic. And unsafe. Their handling of Covid and employee deaths broke me. But I had seen more! I had flown over miles and miles of giant mountains and land untouched by capitalism.
My brain couldn't even absorb it. Even living in a rural part of KY, I hadn't realized how much of my scenery is parking lots. And our eyes ignore them like the banner ads on a website. As though its been fine to be so removed from the earth. I read Braiding Sweetgrass and grew a garden while I worked up the confidence to do this trip.
I was numb my last year at work outside of union contract negotiations, which is partially why I didn't leave sooner. I had learned so much from the women organizing protests the summer before. I spent weeks talking to the guys about mutual aid during a strike. And labor laws of other countries. Shit, of our own company in other countries. I educated good ol' boys on the 1600 companies using prison labor instead of opening factories and paying livable wages. And how the people running corporations, so far removed from the actual labor, make ungodly amounts of money while exploiting our bodies and time.
These men do not like me, but they heard me. We voted down two shitty contracts. I'm talking hella exploitative shit. Our UAW is worse than useless. They dont have to be but this one is. And after a meeting with corporate about our "family" and "loyalty" the union voted in the worst offer so far with 51% of the vote. They got scared of losing more so they risked nothing. It's definitely a choice and heartbreaking.
Doing manual labor in male dominated fields all 18 years of my employment has broken me. I have anxiety. I've heard too much "locker room talk" and ignored too many messed things. I've pushed my body too hard to prove myself to people I do not respect. I'm clinically depressed. I still can't afford a home without a partner. Rent is insane. Our systems are terrible. I didn't file for unemployment because I was told work would fight it since I quit. And I wanted time off without the requirement of looking for another job and the judgement of not working.
I just want to see the beautiful, natural things before I die, or they melt/freeze/burn/flood/dry up from climate disasters. Or get cut down/mined/flooded/privatized/exploited/endangered/poisoned by corporations.
I moved my 401k into an IRA and pulled money out to travel and live off of until I figure out what to do with myself. Pulling out of my 401k cost a lot in taxes and more in fees for taking it out before im 65. I put in 5% each pay period, for 8 years, which was the maximum that the company will match. I understand that non-union laborers do not even have 401ks and it seems generous of a company. But 1.That's a real low bar for retirement from a global corporation. And 2. The stock is in their own company. Which obviously benefits them.
So if your looking for risky financial advice to fund your travel- A 401k was never meant to be a retirement fund, we just got screwed out of a pension and the market could lose that money tomorrow. The government ain't ever gonna let anyone younger than a boomer retire. Or they'll raise the retirement age to 75 and most of us will die from lack of health-care before then.
Quit your job and see the things with me? Take a long weekend and meet me somewhere?
Where should I go? Where should I Not go? Can we do laundry at your place? Does anyone need us to help on their land? Know of a community that's not a cult?
Thanks for everything!
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2022.10.09 23:44 annafromoregon Dog Friendly Pumpkin Patch?
Hi! Want to take my boyfriend and dog to a pumpkin patch this year. Does anyone have recommendations for a dog friendly pumpkin patch - is Pa’s Pumpkin Patch dog friendly? Yelp and BringFido reviews show dogs at the patch but their website states “In accordance with Health Department requirements, we do not allow pets at this time.” Just a little confused, thanks in advance :)
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2022.10.08 00:12 Whisgo Howl-o-Ween 2022 - Let's Get Spoopy Megathread!
Hey spoopy pups and owners! It's Howl-o-Ween season - and you're likely getting prepared or thinking about all the festivities from Harvest Festivals, Trick or Treating, Costumes and more!
I'd like to take a moment to reiterate that while Halloween can be an AMAZING time for socialization you must also be very cautious because pups who may be experiencing a fear period
. So PLEASE be weary of just jumping right into crowd of costumed children if you believe your pup is in prime fear period age or is generally a bit more timid. Never ever force interactions, always go at your pup's own pace and remember you DON'T have to bring your pup out for parties or other festivities, it's OKAY to crate them, leave them with family/sitter or even board them. Use your best judgment and don't worry about what so-and-so does with their pup, all puppies are different.
Okay now over onto the fun links and infographs!
- ASPCA has a article on Safety around the house and with visiting guests. Sounds like a good chance to work on impulse control like stay or place! Take advantage of night if you're staying in!
- The AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) has a quick list of Tips and a short Video reminding you of some basic safety as well as to keep that candy out of reach! Remember artificial sugars are toxic to pups as well as dark chocolates, stash your candy safely! No one wants a emergency vet visit on Halloween or the days following!
- Speaking of the Dangers of Candy, Nationwide has a cute infograph that outlines the median cost for some of those emergency vet visits that occur around Halloween. Yikes! That's the real scare of the night for me!
- Check out some of our previous Fall/Halloween themed enrichment threads in the archive here and here.
- Looking for dog friendly Halloween events and activities? Bring Fido has some leads on pet friendly Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes and Halloween Dog Costume Parades.
- Are you a baker? Puppyleaks Blog has curated a few holiday home treats you can try.
And of course if anyone has any additional tips, comments, concerns about Halloween please ask them here so we can keep the sub free of redundant posts. Oh! And photos!! Feel free to share super cute and spoooky halloween photos of their pup (or fall ones, everyone loves cute puppy pics!) here in this thread!
We hope everyone has a Spooktacular Halloween!! :D
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2022.08.26 16:56 SnooGuavas1093 Where dogs are welcomed
This topic has come up in the saskatoon
subreddit. I just found this website that tells you which hotels, restaurants, etc. welcome dogs: https://www.bringfido.com/
and the search includes several Saskatoon businesses.
Great for those of us who, astoundingly, want to avoid having dogs around while we shop, dine out, or stay at a hotel.
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2022.07.28 20:39 andy404040 23 pet websites - Find your next pet buddy, Watch heart warming animal videos, travel with ease with your pet, get someone to pet sit for you while you are away.
Find a Pet https://www.puppyspot.com/
- Find the perfect puppy for your family. From breed selection to training to long-term healthcare, PuppySpot will be your first and last puppy stop. https://www.puplookup.com/
- website for finding the perfect puppy dog breed for you and your family. See breeder advertisements and puppy ads. https://marketplace.akc.org/
- From finding an AKC Puppy to connecting with a S.A.F.E. Groomer, AKC Marketplace is your Expert Source for Canine Connections https://www.nextdaypets.com/
- Our massive directory of dog breeders with puppies for sale will make finding your next puppy a breeze. Check out our informative dog breed profiles to find the best puppy for you! https://www.puppyfind.com/
- Directory of dog breeders with puppies for sale and dogs for adoption. https://www.gooddog.com/
- Find healthy, vet-checked puppies and dogs from trusted breeders and shelters. Easy to Apply. Arranged Transport. Free articles and resources. https://www.thesprucepets.com
- Bringing a pet into your home is a huge commitment. We'll help you navigate through everything from adoption to training and care.
Adopt a pet https://getyourpet.com/
- Pet adoption with less stress. Rehoming a dog or cat at no cost. Adopt a pet directly from their owner, who knows them best. https://adoptapet.com/
- Search dogs or cats near you. Adopt a Pet Today. Pictures of dogs and cats who need a home. Search by breed, age, size and color. Adopt a dog, Adopt a cat.
Pet youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/useTheDodoSite
- place for everyone who loves animals and cares about their wellbeing. Our goal is to make caring about animals a viral cause. We want our fans to fall in love with animals, be entertained while they’re doing it, and feel empowered to help animals in need.
- Ask a Vet Questions Online Now. Verified pet experts standing by 24/7 https://yourfuzzy.com
- Fuzzy vets are on call 24/7 for members pet health questions, big and small. We take the time to make sure that your pet is getting the care they need with wellness and care products delivered to your door. Weave heard it all, so don't be shy. Become a Fuzzy member today!
pet transportation https://www.pettravel.com/
- Find current pet travel info to transport your dog or cat to over 200 countries. Serving pet owners for 20 years. https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel
- APHIS Pet Travel https://www.petrelocation.com
- Take your friend wherever life takes you. U.S. and International Pet Shipping Services" https://petairways.com
- Fly Your Pet in the Safety and Comfort of the Main Cabin, NOT in the Dangerous Cargo Hold
Pet tracking https://www.pethub.com/
- PetHub's original digital pet ID tags return lost pets in under 24-hours. Free accounts. Use AI, IoT, GPS, SMS, etc. to make Rover wag while walking.
Pet Sitters https://dogvacay.com/
- The nation's largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers https://www.pawshake.com
- Find experienced pet sitters near you who treats your pet like family. Pawshake is the largest and fastest-growing online community of pet care providers.
Pet friendly places https://www.bringfido.com/
- Where do you want to bring Fido?
Get an Emotional Support Animal Letter Consultation You Can Trust. https://republic.co/fluentpet
- (fun find) Your dog has a lot to say—our technology gives them a voice https://upgradedpoints.com/travel/traveling-with-pets/
Helpful traveling with pets article
Related Reddit posts https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/ujaa80/lpt_if_your_pet_uncharacteristically_starts/ https://www.reddit.com/Showerthoughts/comments/ek33p5/we_laugh_at_dogs_getting_excited_when_they_hear_a/ https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/jdmseu/lpt_if_you_lose_your_dog_in_unfamiliar_terrain/ https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/irj1dx/lpt_while_using_laser_toy_with_cats_place_a_treat/ https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/ijzp93/lpt_dogs_have_a_lot_of_nerves_in_their_ears_so/ https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/l4mhi8/lpt_massage_your_pets_muscles_they_dont_have_the/
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2022.07.18 04:31 nitro_cola Best dog-friendly restaurants?
Just moved to the Brookline area and am trying to find restaurants/pubs/breweries/cocktails/etc. that are dog friendly. I’ve used the website Bringfido with varying success, so was seeing if anyone had any personal recommendations. Brookline spots ideal but honestly looking for anything in nearby areas. Thanks!
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2022.06.18 23:22 zach_brown Any dog friendly restaurants with indoor seating?
Anyone know any restaurants in the Fayetteville/Rogers/Bentonville area that allow dogs indoors, or at least have a covered patio with fans blowing or something? I'd like to take my dog out to lunch or dinner but the heat lately has been unbearable. I've checked bringfido.com
but its hard to tell where exactly they will allow dogs. Thanks!
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2022.02.12 21:51 chilimamiii Cabin Pet & American Airlines
Hey guys. I planning a trip with my 9lb terrier mix on American Airlines. I’m so nervous flying with them but I really don’t have an option seeing as they are the only airline that works for the trip I’m taking. Has anyone had a decent experience taking their dog with them on an AA flight?
The recent reviews on bringfido.com are so low, apparently people who follow the rules are still being turned away. I’m really hoping I can get a good agent on the day of my flight.
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2022.02.02 02:03 kw_nj Atlantic City recommendations list
- What: A list of things (food, experiences, shops, etc.) concentrated around Atlantic City. It includes some points of interest up to within about 1 hour drive.
- Why: I pretty much exclusively go to Atlantic City to vacation. I enjoy promoting Atlantic City as an awesome place, because it is.
- Update Frequency: This list should hopefully be continually updated.
Animals & Nature
- Tropicana has like 4 clubs -- I think Boogie Nights is the biggest.
- Harrah's Pool After Dark
FOOD (within Atlantic City unless otherwise specified)
Fine Dining, Upscale, Casinos
Casual - Bars
Casual - Breakfast
Casual - Sandwiches
Italian, Pizza, Etc.
Seafood (I’m not a seafood person & my partner is allergic so my list is devoid of some VERY GOOD seafood places)
Alcohol - Winery/Brewery/Distillery
North Beach Really lively area of the boardwalk -- four casinos and the Steel Pier clumped all together, so there's usually people and activity going on around here.
- Ocean - Newest and tallest building in Atlantic City. Formerly Revel building. Large, sprawling property. They have a neat outdoor "park" with a fireplace and some awesome views of the boardwalk.
- Showboat - NOT A CASINO, just a hotel. Seems to be aiming for family-friendly. Large arcade, water park under construction.
- Hard Rock - Formerly Taj Mahal building. Sprawling, huge property. Restaurants and music. Very lively casino with lots of people traffic.
- Resorts - First opened 1972, first casino in Atlantic City. Still houses the first slot machine ever in the city (inoperable but cool). Very straight, easily navigated layout due to being a former hotel.
Mid-Beach Active area of the boardwalk around Bally's/Caesars. Well-situated at the center of the boardwalk. Easy access also to the Tanger Outlets shopping in the city.
- Claridge - NOT A CASINO, just a hotel. Some great restaurants & a very cool bar at the very top of the building. Awesome old and beautiful building.
- Bally's - Purchased by new owners in 2020 and has made consistent renovations and updates since. They do a lot with the space they have.
- Caesars - Many rooms renovated throughout 2021. Several towers, one of which is a former Howard Johnson converted long ago. Roman themed, but barely. Also owns Wild West underneath Bally's Tower. Live music and some table games located in Wild West.
- Tropicana - Six hotel towers, massive property. Many restaurants and shops. Lots to do within the casino itself (activities, food, etc.). Poorly situated on the boardwalk -- further south, there's not a lot going on, it's very quiet. It's about 3/4th of a mile north to Bally's.
Marina You have to drive to anything outside of the casinos, if you choose to stay at a marina casino. The marina casinos are separate from the boardwalk. You can only walk between Borgata/Harrah's (via a boardwalk on the bay, or a large empty field/parking lot). Everything else is a drive. Some people consider the separation from the boardwalk/city as a benefit. Everything is expensive in casinos, but the marina casinos seem to charge a premium because they know people don't want to drive out to get necessities or similar.
- Borgata - Dominant casino in terms of revenue for a very long time (Hard Rock/Ocean are very competitive now). It is very nice, probably with the most upscale interior of the casinos. It's starting to show its age a little, and some rewards program changes have some players upset. Still an extremely active casino.
- Harrah's - Relatively easy to navigate, it's a loop on the inside. Limited dining and entertainment options late at night. On the back end of the casino, there's a boardwalk along the bayside.
- Golden Nugget - I don't know a lot about this casino, I've only ever been inside once.
Casino Rewards There are whole communities dedicated to rewards programs and similar, so these are just some starter points.
- Three casinos (Caesars, Tropicana, Harrah's) are owned by the same parent company. The rewards program is the same so stuff transfers, you can get a promo at any of the three casinos, etc.
- No casinos within Atlantic City (except as noted above) share rewards between them. However, many casinos have other properties (e.g., there are many Hard Rock casinos, there are many MGM properties for Borgata, etc.).
- Some casinos will match your status at another rewards program. So if you can get a status at one casino, you may be able to upgrade at another.
- If you want to get started in a reward program, look for a credit card accompanying that casino. Many of them have a credit card that will give automatic status, or status with $X purchases on the card per year.
Poker In 2020, Caesars closed the Wild West poker room due to COVID, leaving three poker rooms in the city.
- Borgata - Largest, frequently considered best, poker room. As of March 2021, the only poker room hosting tournaments.
- Tropicana - The only poker room on the boardwalk, everything else is in the marina. As of COVID, the Trop poker room closes from 5:30 AM to 11 AM on the weekdays. It's fully open on the weekend from Friday 11AM-Monday 5AM.
- Harrah's - Relatively tiny poker room tucked in a back corner of the casino.
- Monday-Wednesday, especially in Not Summer (Sept 30th through Memorial Day), many things are closed. These are the quietest days of the week and many places just don't open on these days. The casinos are always open, but not all of the restaurants will be open. The town isn't completely closed, but your options are definitely a bit more limited.
Books & Reading All praise 🙌 to JReedNet
- Associated Press. (2010, May 17). Atlantic City's Claridge gets $20M upgrade. Retrieved from NJ.com: http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2010/05/atlantic_citys_claridge_gets_2.html
- Atlantic City Free Public Library. (2006, January 6). History of Atlantic City. Retrieved from Atlantic City Free Public Library: http://www.acfpl.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22&Itemid=724
- Atlantic County. (2010, October 2). Abescon and Absecon Island. Retrieved from Atlantic County Government: http://www.aclink.org/HISTORY/mainpages/ABSECON.asp
- Cunningham, J. T., & Cole, K. D. (2000). Images of America: Atlantic City. Charleston, SC: Arcadia.
- D'Amato, G. A. (2001). Chance of a Lifetime: Nucky Johnson, Skinny D'Amato and how Atlantic City became the Naughty Queen of Resorts. Harvey Cedars, NJ: Down the Shore.
- Johnson, N. (2002). Boardwalk Empire. Medford, NJ: Plexus.
- Kent, B., Ruffolo Jr., R. E., & Dobbins, L. (1998). Atlantic City: America's Playground. Encinitas, CA: Heritage Media.
- Meter, J. C. (2003). The Last Good Time. Crown: New York.
- Pencak, W. A. (2004). Friends and Enemies in Penn's Woods: Indians, Colonists, and the Racial Construction of Pennsylvania. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University.
- Peterson, R. A. (1998). Patriots, Pirates, and Pineys. Medford, NJ: Plexus.
- Reid, R. (2001, June 1). A Brief Time Line History of Absecon. Retrieved from Westfield, NJ: http://www.westfieldnj.com/whs/history/Counties/AtlanticCounty/absecon.htm
- Sokolic, W. H., & Ruffolo Jr., R. E. (2006). Images of America: Atlantic City Revisited. Charleston, SC: Arcadia
💐 RIP, Closed :(
- Harry's Oyster Bar
- Ri Ra
- The Continental
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2022.01.05 05:08 KuboBear2017 How dog friendly are Bend restaurants during winter? Getting mixed reviews online.
I want to try and visit Bend over the MLK holiday weekend with my huskies. I hear it is the most dog friendly place during the summer but how is it during the winter? I am getting mixed reviews from visitbend.com and bringfido.com when it comes to dog friendly restaurants in the winter? Any specific suggestions? Any other events or recommendations for snow dogs apart from obvious sno parks ?
Edit: I am not talking about inside. I am talking about patios with space heaters or fire pits. I don't understand why people are assuming I want to take my husky to a grocery store. I am not a dick. That is why I am checking the local website, bringfido, and asking the locals.
They are huskies, not chihuahuas. We want to be in the snow.
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2021.12.06 03:23 eggpudding389 Is JJs homemade hamburgers in San Juan Batista worth the trip?
Best burgers I’ve had were Clarkes in Sunnyvale but they closed down due to pandemic.
Found this JJs place on bringfido.com. Looks legit
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2021.10.05 21:56 Zootrainer Enrichment Idea of the Month - So Spoopy!
(originally written and posted by our mod Whisgo)
Last month we welcomed fall in the Northern Hemisphere. This month we're embracing it! October marks spoopy
times as many around the world start preparing for festivities. No matter what your local traditions are... whether you celebrate Halloween, Día de los Muertos, or it's just your average day... Canine Enrichment is a great way to engage your pup in mental or physical stimulation as well as help reinforce much wanted behaviors!
Because many of you may be looking forward to dressing your pup up in a fun costume, or it's really getting chilly out and you might need to use some protective clothing for your dog... we're going to focus on activities that are fun and rewarding as well beneficial in making dressing up your dog less stressful. This will allow you to make progress over time rather than waiting until the day of - and having a struggle of a time! After all, we want our dog's cooperation - we want them to be comfortable. Forcing them into an uncomfortable situation is not ideal and can lead to less desired behaviors. So let's try to make it fun.
The cone game is a very fun simple game that helps condition your pup to items being placed over their snouts and heads. It's also a great way to boost confidence. So to condition the act of putting anything on our dog's head - whether it's a costume, a muzzle, or even an Elizabethan collar, we want to first make this action non-threatening and fun by making it rewarding for the puppy.
What you need:
- cone - this can be a sports cone, a large cup can also work if your pup can fit it's face in comfortably.
- training treats
How it's done: - sit on the floor with your puppy. you can use a drag lead to keep pup from wandering off, but remember to keep this game short, simple, and rewarding. - present the cone - you can hold on to the end of the cone or cup and watch your puppy and their interactions. - if your puppy knows target touching, you can use this to cue your pup to touch the cone. if not, simply allow for your pup to check it out. - reward for any positive interactions - any sniffs, touches with their nose or paw. On contact, mark either with a clicker or a marker word and reward the pup with a treat to reinforce. - the goal is for the dog to offer the behavior of placing their nose into the cone or cup. This does not need to be a full face in, but any movement towards placing their muzzle into the cone should be rewarded. - once you get successful repeats of the behavior we want, add a cue word. We just use the word cone. Then reward on success for reinforcement. This site has a video for display
- disclaimer, it is a marketing page for their online training materials. Providing this video is not an endorsement specifically.
Once your pup has mastered this, you can then switch out the cone for other things such as a muzzle - or a costume piece that goes over their head. Even a harness that may go over the head.
Costumes can be a challenge for some dogs especially if it's the first time! They don't really have an understanding of what it is - it's uncertainty... If we want their cooperation with wearing anything, we need to teach them that wearing a costume is rewarding. So how can we make this a fun game? How can we get our dogs excited about wearing this silly thing? How can we get their cooperation?
Get yourself some treats. If you don't have a costume you're planning on using - that's okay! You can select some articles of clothing that can work just as well. This can be a sock, an old t-shirt, a bandanna. Sit on the floor with your dog and choose one piece of the costume (something easy like a bandanna or a shirt). Let your dog sniff the item, mark for success, and give them a treat to reinforce. Repeat this a few times; teach them this piece of the costume equals a treat. Don't move to putting the costume on immediately. We don't want to force this process otherwise it's going to be a negative experience for the puppy.
Use the same technique to actually put the first item on your dog. Put their leg through one arm hole and then mark for success and treat. Take it off, mark for success (but don’t give them a treat), then put it back on, mark for success and give them a treat. Remember, the lesson is that the costume equals praise and treats. work with one item at a time... keep the sessions short. This is why you should start this now instead of slamming it into the week or the night before.
When you get to a point where all the costume pieces have been placed onto the puppy - it's treat jackpot time! Make it rain treats and throw a huge party. This is a major accomplishment for you and your puppy!
Tips: Your puppy may think these are toys - that's normal. Use your leave it cues to discourage your pup from trying to chew on the items they are wearing. Redirect them to other cues they may know. If you find you or your puppy is struggling with this - end the session. There is no need to continue to force your pup who not engaged in the activity to continue. Table it and try again later.
GET OUT THERE!
Leading up through the season, your local community may have some fantastic enrichment and socialization opportunities. Look for dog friendly events such as a Howl-o-ween Parade. Most local shelters will host seasonal events to help drum up support and donations for their organization. Some pumpkin patches may also allow dogs on lead to join you in finding the perfect carving pumpkin. BringFido
is a website that might be of use. They have an event section where you can check out the local dog friendly events in your area. (*this may be specific to the North America region, if any one else has additional websites for other areas in the world, please share in the comments below!)
Remember, exposure to these events can be a good thing, but keep in mind some pups might feel overwhelmed. Do your best to make it a positive experience for your pup with treats and praise. If your pup seems uncomfortable or starts to get overtired, step back and give your pup a break. If your pup has not had it's full vaccinations, remember you can still carry/cart your dog to a variety of locations for exposure and enrichment. It may also be a great opportunity to expose the puppy to people wearing masks or costumes which will make trick or treating less scary for your pup if you're participating in the classic tradition.
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2021.08.31 22:35 thighGAAPenthusiast Looking for Dog Friendly Vacation Spot Suggestions - US!
I'm beginning to plan a vacation for later this fall and if possible I'd like to bring my dog along with me. I came across this post from 4 years ago
, and I was hoping for some updated suggestions as things can change significantly over 4 years. I'm looking for suggestions of places with dog-friendly hotels/AirBnBs, coffee shops, stores, restaurants, bars, breweries, beaches, the whole 9 yards. As it'll (hopefully!) be nice fall weather, places only allowing dogs on the patio will be just as appreciated as places that allow dogs indoors. I know bringfido.com
is a thing, but at least where I live it's always been a year or so out of date.
While I'm in the SE and would prefer driving distance, for the benefits of people searching in the future please do not limit your recommendations to only my region! I've done most of the day trips to the North Georgia mountains as well as to the lakes and other state parks.
Currently thinking of the following spots:
I do understand potential COVID risks, however I am vaccinated and prefer outdoors over inside when congregating without a mask.
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2021.05.06 16:02 SteeeveDaPirate Best places to take a dog
Hello all! On Sunday I'll be coming from Topeka and spending the day in KC before I need to pick up a friend at the airport in the evening, so I thought I'd make it a special day out with me and my dog doing things around town.
Do you have any suggestions of the best pet-friendly places, stores, restaurants, activities, etc. in Kansas City? We will definitely be going to Bar K (she LOVES that place), but beyond that I'd love some other thoughts. I'm open to anything! I took a look at BringFido and have some ideas, but I wanted to see what locals thought.
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2021.04.20 01:12 SnowKatten A local's guide to attending USGP this fall
Since tickets have started going on sale (for those who made a deposit) and since I’ve answered some questions in individual threads, it made sense to make a single post.
One note: I’ve lived in Austin for decades, but I moved out of central Austin to the suburbs a couple of years ago. I’ll make updates with local feedback.
Getting here by plane
- AUS (Austin)
- Closest airport to CotA - almost down the street from it. (Flying out right after the race can be difficult as the traffic is awful.)
- If you want one last taco or BBQ fix, there’s Tacodeli at gate 15 or Salt Lick at gate 12. It’s not the best representation of Tacodeli or BBQ, but it’s a great option if you won’t have these for a while.
- SAT (San Antonio)
- Without traffic, about 1.5 hour drive from CotA
- If you’re staying there, check out the Alamo (smaller than expected), Pearl District, and the Riverwalk in your spare time.
- IAH or HOU (Houston)
- Without traffic, about 2.5 to 3 hour drive from CotA (note that CotA can be another 15 - 45 minutes from Austin). Traffic can easily add an hour to the drive.
- If you see a Buc-ee's, stop, get some gas, and walk inside. Yes, it’s a gas station, but it’s also ridiculously Texas.
- If you take I-10 / 71, stop at Hruska's for some kolaches.
- If you take 290, try stopping at Royer's Pie Haven (check the hours first, and it is a small detour). I’m a fan of the buttermilk and rhubarb pies.
- If you have the time (this is across Houston in the opposite direction of Austin), stop at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. If you have the extra day and budget, the Level 9 tour is worth it (I saw an old vacuum chamber, the Canada arm, and the neutral buoyancy lab when I went years ago.) Several of the current/past drivers found NASA cool too (I’m sure they went beyond the Level 9 tour).
- The flight into Houston can be less expensive, especially for international trips. The drive is awful with jetlag, so if you have the inclination, maybe stop at NASA before.
- DFW or DAL (Dallas Fort-Worth or Dallas)
- Megabus (budget, tickets can be insanely cheap when you purchase early enough) and Vonlane (premium) are private buses that will get you from Houston, Dallas, and Fort Worth to Austin. Both have WiFi. Just monitor where they pick up/drop off. I’ve never taken one, but my sister and my friends have done it many times. (College students and business travelers use them.)
- There is a Cap Metro bus (#20) that gets you from the airport (AUS) to Downtown. Check the schedule to see if it works for you.
- Most people think our public transport is meh. If you’re staying outside of Downtown + surrounding areas (roughly postal codes 78701, 78702, 78703, parts of 78704), you’ll probably end up getting into a car at some point.
- Ubers/Lyfts have a supply issue right now ($40 for 6 miles last weekend). Hopefully this resolves over the next few months.
- In-town bike rental: MetroBike
- In-town scooters: Lime & Bird
- Car rental:
- If you’re staying Downtown (78701), parking at the hotel can be expensive ($40-50/night)
- We have a few toll roads with license plate scanners (no one taking cash), so pay attention to the toll policy.
- I’ve seen police monitoring 130 before the race events, so be mindful of the speed limit.
- You can buy parking passes for CotA. In the past, they had separate passes for each day that get scanned at a gate. A few others have also found parking at “lots” (people’s very large “yards”) by the track. YMMV.
- Shuttle information for CotA: http://circuitoftheamericas.com/f1/tickets/shuttle
- Despite my grumblings about public transport, we have a single rail line (Red) that can get you to the Convention Center. The line runs from the northwest suburbs, goes down north/central Austin, swings to the East side, before stopping at the convention center. You can also drive and park at some stations. Hours are reduced due to COVID, and it may or may not run on Sundays. So, please check the site.
- In years past, leaving CotA via car or shuttle right after the event or music have been awful. I've heard of varied experiences, and I could have had bad timing.
Where to stay
- Pricier areas with more food and bars within walking distance: Downtown (zip code 78701), South Congress (78704), East Austin (78702). Clarksville/Tarrytown (78703) have food nearby, and you can scooter to the bars.
- If you’re watching your budget, check out AirBnb or VRBO.
- You can also stay south of CotA in Buda, Kyle, San Marcos (up to 45 minutes away from the track) all the way down to San Antonio. Like Austin, San Marcos is a college town, so it's more lively and more likely to have UbeLyft. Many folks from here drive up to Austin on the weekends to party, so make sure to have a designated driver or UbeLyft. If you’re staying in San Marcos, you can make a detour to Smitty's Market or Kreuz Market in Lockhart. I prefer the smoky room at Smitty's for the experience (eating area is separate).
- You can probably go as far north as Taylor, Hutto, Georgetown. Friday traffic on 130 can be iffy depending on when you go. Weekend traffic shouldn’t be too bad, especially if you go early. I recommend checking Maps to verify (a lot of people moved here during the pandemic, so I have no idea what real traffic is like). I don’t know if there are many UbeLyfts in the area.
Where to eat
& things to do
away from the race:
- https://www.reddit.com/Austin/wiki/visitingaustin. This is a pretty well curated list, not sure if it’s been updated for the pandemic (some places have closed :(. Make sure to check beforehand.
- It’s a boozy town. Before the pandemic, folks drank all week, but they really started going out Downtown on Thursday night.
- This site has my favorite restaurants down to the dish: https://www.atasteofkoko.com/best-restaurants-in-austin/austin-restaurants. Lines could be long with so many in town. My favorite burger is Hopdoddy (I hear Loro has a pretty good burger, but I always get the chicken karaage and popcorn with burnt ends there).
- https://www.austinchronicle.com/first-plates/year:2021/. Another site with options by area. Some items on here are nostalgic versus the best of an area.
- The best BBQ, breakfast taco, and taco are a massive debate.
- Texas Monthly has a BBQ Finder app: App Store https://txmnth.ly/3Fqw21e or Google Play: https://txmnth.ly/3iFTOMR
- BBQ lines can be really long, so check out the website to see if you can place an order ahead of time.
- If you don’t feel like waiting in line for the top BBQ, Rudy’s moist brisket* is reasonably quick and easy. (If you’re driving or checking luggage, the sauce is also a good gift.) *I will probably get some hate for this, but sometimes, I don’t want to spend 1+ hours waiting for BBQ.
- Due to the large student population and drinking habit, pre-pandemic, central Austin has several 24 hour / late-night coffee shops and eateries. Whataburger is a 3 AM drunken craving / savior. If I'm at West 6th, I leave a little bit before 2 AM for 24 Diner.
- Speaking of drinking:
- Explaining 6th street:
- West Guadalupe (young, but professional/post college crowd). Most Austin bars are casual, but West is more likely to have “dressy” folks
- Dirty is the part that’s closed to cars during weekend nights. It’s what everyone knows as 6th, but it’s something to see, nothing to spend time at. Cheap drinks. It’s been problematic this year - I’d skip.
- East of I-35 (a bit more low key).
- Rainey Street - Downtown. Many of the old houses turned bars have been torn down for condos, but it's still a drinking area.
- There are cool spots all around Austin, but these are where the crowds tend to be. (Rock Rose in the Domain / North Austin also has a lot of people, but it’s hard to explain.)
- If you’re female - be smart, and only take drinks directly from a bartender or your friends.
- Lots of breweries and some gastropubs around town if you like independent breweries.
- North Austin: multiple breweries around the new Austin FC Stadium. K1 Karting (indoor) is right around the corner from them.
- East Austin: several breweries within walking distance of each other.
- St. Elmo's down south has a brewery, distillery, winery, and coffee shop in one complex.
- In the Hill Country (about 30-40 minutes outside of town, pretty drive):
- If you need a chill few hours, I enjoy Jester King Brewery. It has a nice vibe, and has beer + food. Anything with goat cheese is made from goat milk from the on-site goats. Gravel parking lot.
- There are 3 more breweries within a mile or so of Jester King, a winery tasting room, and a distillery or two.
- If you don't have a designated driver, there are buses you can hire that will take you into hill country and back.
- If you need to workout or do something other than indulge, go for a run/walk around Town Lake (aka Lady Bird Lake), swim in Barton Springs, or kayak/SUP down Town Lake (rentals available for kayaks, paddle boards, canoes). You’ll need something to sweat out the BBQ.
What to bring
- Our daily weather changes unpredictably. It can be hot, cold, sunny, windy, and rainy all in one day.
- It can be rainy in October (see USGP 2015).
- Austin has a lot of allergies. If you get here and feel awful, check an allergy site to see if you're sick or allergic to something in the air. Our cedar season started early, and it’s the most evil of them all.
- Don’t forget earplugs, sunscreen (no aerosols), swimsuit, raincoat / windbreaker, and hat. Even if it's cloudy, you can still get sunburnt (don't forget to sunscreen your knees). If it's a windy day, it can be windier in the stands. I often pack layers.
- During NASCAR, only clear bags were allowed; policy seems to have changed, so YMMV. More details on what you can't bring: http://circuitoftheamericas.com/faq.
Edit: Added links, Pearl District, bus info, West stops, Whataburger, 24 Diner, allergies
Edit 2: Added local transport info
Edit 3: added convention center parking, rail line, and brewery info
Edit 4: added NASCAR race info, reminder to apply sunscreen
Edit 5: Added additional food options, what to bring, and COVID info
Edit 6: Updated train and shuttle info
Edit 7: Update on clear bags
Edit 8: Update on Covid, drinking, cedar allergies, BBQ App, Texas Monthly's new BBQ list
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2021.04.12 05:12 B_Hound Fave Dog Friendly Places?
Have the day off on Wednesday and fancy going for a drink, or lunch, with the hound in tow. I check out places like bringfido.com, but anyone have any particular ‘this place was awesome to being my dog’ joints? Sometimes it just ends up being a single table in the parking lot, which isn’t really the most fun.
I’m in Oakland Park but don’t mind driving a lil bit, especially if there’s multiple places near each other that are worth checking out.
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2021.04.07 13:50 RedPanda5150 Dog-friendly outdoor dining in Durham?
My folks are coming to visit in May once we are all fully vaccinated and have been asking about going out to eat. They are traveling with their dog so I have been looking for a dog- and family-friendly (ie not just a brewery) outdoor dinner option. We only just moved to Durham during the pandemic though, and have barely started tiptoeing out into the world so I don't know the area well yet. Many restaurants on bringfido.com seem to be sticking with takeout only for the time being. So - any recommendations for taking a small group of people and a dog out for dinner yet? Or a nice park where we can pick up takeout and have a picnic if the weather cooperates?
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2021.03.02 19:04 mrdeeds23 Pet Friendly Hotels with safe parking
! My wife and I will be stopping for a night in St. Louis and I'm looking for a pet friendly hotel (1 dog) that ideally is in a good neighborhood with safe parking. We'll have a kind of fully loaded car (luggage and things bringing back home) which could be attractive to someone looking to break into cars so something in a good area or gated parking would be ideal. We're open to any area really, doesn't have to be around any bars/nightlife that sort of thing.
I've been searching on bringfido and noticed the Moonrise was a good option but some people were saying they had their cars broken into as the lot is basically city parking. Most things downtown don't have dedicated lots either which we're a bit hesitant on. I realize crime can happen anywhere but was hoping for some advice from a local on areas to avoid possibly. I also realize unloading the car would be an option but would prefer not to. Thanks for any help anyone can provide!
Edit: Thanks for all the responses, ended up booking the Hyatt Place in Chesterfield. Looking forward to returning in the future and exploring the city a bit!
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