<p>Northwest <a href="https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destination/oregon" target="_blank">Oregon's</a> <a href="http://www.cannonbeach.org/" target="_blank">Cannon Beach</a> regularly earns best-in-show accolades. Dog-loving restaurants dot downtown, and pups that are leashed (or especially obedient) can splash in the surf.</p>

Cannon Beach

Northwest Oregon's Cannon Beach regularly earns best-in-show accolades. Dog-loving restaurants dot downtown, and pups that are leashed (or especially obedient) can splash in the surf.

Photograph by Markus Hanke, VISUM/Redux

18 Places to Travel with Your Dog

More places than ever are catering to canines.

With roughly 60 million pup-filled households in the U.S., travel is going to the dogs. Once the exception, pet-friendly policies are gaining traction across North America. Here are a few of our favorite spots to visit with Fido.

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