Sedona, Arizona is known for the stunning red rock formations that surround it, as well as its thriving arts community, and of course, its mild climate. Sedona is also known for a certain energy it gives off, which is said to be hard to describe other than being invigorating and enriching. While Sedona is a popular destination for tourists who come to see the red rocks and take in the local culture, it also maintains a population of over 10,000 people, many of which happen to be dog owners.
Sedona has over 300 miles of trails, which means there’s always a new place to explore and a new plant for Fido to sniff! A good way to take in the sights where you can also bring your dog is on a Sedona Red Rock Adventure tour. All of their tours are dog-friendly, and they also have their own guide dog who will come along if he gets along with yours. These tours are private and tailored to exactly what you and your group want to do, and they are great about making sure to bring water for both humans and canines. Whether it’s on a guided tour with your dog or exploring Sedona on your own, you’ll be blown away with all it has to offer.