Frankie and I are headed over today to DogJaunt.com, where we explore San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, which we recently visited.
There are many reasons I wanted to write about this dog-friendly neighborhood of one of my favorite cities for one of my favorite blogs — as opposed to, say, for this one.
- I owe Dog Jaunt’s Mary-Alice Pomputius, who wrote two extremely useful posts for me, one offering five training tips for traveling with your dog, one on securing your small dog in a car.
- As regular readers know, Frankie doesn’t really enjoy travel. This virtual excursion won’t stress him out.
- One of the places I’m going to highlight is Cafe Chloe, and Chloe is the name of Dog Jaunt’s titular small dog. This was meant to be.
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And I’m so glad you did! The Gaslamp Quarter is one of San Diego’s can’t-miss places, and it’s so useful to have tips on enjoying it with your dog. Thanks, Edie!
Okay I’ll take a jaunt over to Dogjaunt and check it out!
I miss San Diego. I’m trying to remember if we were at the Gas lamp district or not- seems to me that is where we had Tapas , but perhaps I’m getting that mixed up with another portion of the city. I’ve never been able to take a dog to San diego- our time share doesn’t allow them. That’s both good and bad. On the one hand, it’s nice not to have to alter your entire schedule around the furry four-footed kind. But on the other- I’d love to take my dogs to the doggy beach and snuggle with them in the hotel room!