Fifty Places to Travel with Your Dog Before You Die

Dog Experts Share the World's Greatest Destinations


The bestselling Fifty Places series returns with a collection of creative, adventurous trips for dogs and the humans that love them


ISBN: 9781419761003 Category:

Chris Santella, DC Helmuth


Fifty Places to Travel with Your Dog, the 18th book in the Fifty Places series, will explore all of the domestic and international ways dog owners can celebrate their love for man’s best friend. From the dazzling glaciers of Alaska and the onsen’s of Japan to the sun-soaked beaches of Portugal, this book takes you on a dog-approved journey of where to stay and how to travel with your beloved furry friend. Enjoy locations such as the ski trails of Mariposa, the gothic architecture of Prague, the chic salons of Paris for a doggy makeover, and the world’s first dog cruise—complete with a canine-friendly menu, even a three-course meal! See the world as you’ve never seen it before—through the eyes of your pup—as Fifty Places to Travel with Your Dog takes you through fun-filled festivals, special dog holidays, and luxurious hotels and retreats that aren’t just dog-centric, they are dog approved!

Additional information

Weight 816 g
Dimensions 18.9 x 21.3 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 18 May 2023
Number of pages 224
Format Hardback
Dimensions 18.9 x 21.3 cm
Weight 816 g


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Chris Santella is the author of more than 20 books, including 17 titles in the Fifty Places series. He is a regular contributor to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Trout, and The Fly Fish Journal, and resides in Portland, Oregon. When he’s not writing, Santella can often be found swinging flies for steelhead on rivers around the Pacific Northwest or strumming guitar in his band, Catch & Release.
DC Helmuth is an award-winning outdoors writer. Her first solo book, How to Suffer Outside, won the National Outdoor Book Award for Instruction, and her freelance humor and travel writing has been featured in Curbed, The Bold Italic, and Adventure Journal. She was born and raised in Northern California, and is currently trying to make friends with a seal in the Puget Sound.