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Sep 10, 2012 - Baltimore is Pet Friendly - It’s a problem all pet owners face when they are travelling – to bring their pets along or not. For decades, pets are considered a cherished family member and leaving them behind is a sad and tough decision. More and more locations today are embracing the fact that pets are not pests and should be allowed into their premises.

It is no different in Baltimore, where cats and dogs are welcomed almost everywhere. There is an abundance of pet stores, boutiques, spas, sitters, day care and more for your furry friend.

Don’t worry if they fall sick during your travel here in Baltimore as there are four veterinarian clinics available. Now let’s begin with the first thing on a vacation’s list – the accommodation.

There are currently 22 accommodations in Baltimore that are pet friendly. These include Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel, Inn at the Colonnade – Doubletree by Hilton, Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, Holiday Inn Express Baltimore – Downtown, Clarion Collection a Peabody Court Hotel, Hotel Monaco and many more. Please note that some of them may have a surcharge for pets.

Meanwhile, some restaurants may allow you to bring your pet along when you dine at their outdoor area. Here are some of our pick: Wit & Wisdom, A Tavern by Michael Mina, located inside Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, “offers comfort food with a contemporary Eastern Seaboard Twist.” You and your pet will be able to fine dine at this luxurious establishment.

For mouthwatering American cuisine, visit City Café at the corner of Cathedral and Eager Streets. Miss Shirley’s Café offers delicious fares with fresh ingredients while James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant will give you a smattering of Baltimore’s Irish hospitality.

If you’re feeling seaworthy, hop on (with your pet) to Seadog Cruises and Cruises on the Bay™ by Watermark®.

Last but not least is the place where your pet can run free, especially if you have a dog that’s been cooped up for several hours. If you’re worried about your dog and would like to have a leash on it, go to Robert E. Lee Memorial Park on Falls Road at Lakeside Drive. For off-leash fun, visit Canton Dog Park (Clinton and Toone Streets) and Locust Point Dog Park (Andre Street side of Latrobe Park).

There are more selections and choices that can be seen on Visit Baltimore’s website ( Meanwhile, if you need assistance travelling around Baltimore, especially with a pet, give us a call and we may be able to assist you with either a mini bus rental, or if you have a large pet, charter bus.