Originally spelled as “Bradentown”, Bradenton is an old city established in 1842 though it was discovered as early as 1539. The city is almost landlocked and only sharing around 20 miles of the famous Florida beach. Despite not having so much of the Florida beach, still, there are tons of attractions in the pet-friendly city that you and your furry baby can enjoy.
If you are in Florida, then might as well drop by and enjoy their famous beaches. Lucky for your pet, the De Soto National Memorial Beach is absolutely pet-friendly! How sad would it be if Max can’t enjoy the beach with you? Chasing on the beach with Max is just priceless! On top of that, both of you will also learn about local Florida history. To help maintain cleanliness, mutt mitts are available as well as water fountains for your thirsty pup. Physical activities are just so important for our pets no matter what they are. You don’t really want to bore out your dog in the confines of your homes, do you? A sweaty run on weekends with your furry baby at Happy Tails Dog Park should do the trick. It is a 3-acre fenced doff leash dog park that has a drinking fountain and a private area for small, delicate and senior dogs. Free waste bags are also made available by the park.
Another site to check is Robinson Preserve. It’s something that will give you and your dog a good feel of nature and a stunning view of Tampa Bay through their observation tower. This coastal preserve is a go-to place that features hiking and biking trails as well as picnic and camping areas. For safety reasons, your four-legged friends should be leashed There’s just so much advantage of experiencing the outdoors sometimes. It keeps your Max happy and yourself healthy.