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My Rhosesian Ridgeback is 7 years old and recently diagnosed with cancer. I would like...

My Rhosesian Ridgeback is 7 years old and recently diagnosed with cancer. I would like to take a trip in nature with him while he is still peppy and asymptomatic. I have done lots of hicking and exploring in my life but not on anything but a local level with him. Is there anything that we could do together in the context of this group at Yosemite or other sites?
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     asked this on September 19, 2010 at 12:47 PM
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Hello Joyce and Turner,

Unfortunately, dogs aren't typically permitted in most areas within National Parks. Oftentimes, they can go to campgrounds and other designated areas, but for the most part National Parks aren't good areas in which to spend time with your dogs because of the many restrictions. National Forest lands, however, are much more lenient in their regulations regarding dogs, and may be a better choice.

Nevertheless, there are some trails within National Parks that do allow dogs. In Yosemite, for example, dogs are allowed on certain paved paths. For all of Yosemite's dog-related rules, here's a link,

http://bit.ly/cjw3xp
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     answered this on October 10, 2010 at 04:17 PM
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You can bring your dog to Yosemite, but there are some restrictions to it.

http://bit.ly/d0n2JY
Also check out our travel guide to Yosemite National Park for more info.

http://bit.ly/cWkTGW
  • An anonymous user
     answered this on October 08, 2010 at 08:44 AM
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