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  1. Granville Island Hotel allows three pets of any size for an additional fee of CAD 25 per night. Both dogs and cats are welcome, but four-legged guests may not be left in rooms unattended. Dog treats are always available, and there is a grassy pet relief area on the property. For same day arrivals, please call 877‑411‑3436 to confirm ...

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    • April 11, 2022
    • 1253 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9
  2. Jan 28, 2022 · Earth Day on Granville Island April 20, 2022 Friday, April 22nd is Earth Day, and one of the biggest mistakes we, as individuals, make when thinking about the environment, and our role in protecting our planet, is to think that any change we make is too small.

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  4. If you're looking for a place to enjoy a relaxing beach vacation, come on down to the pet friendly Mississippi Gulf Coast. You'll love the soft white beaches and the gentle surf of the Gulf. And we've got plenty of pet-friendly lodgings--hotels, motels, inns, cottages, and bed and breakfasts--to choose from.

  5. The Granville Island Pet Treatery is a small independent company based in Vancouver, Canada that is here to bring your fur-baby wholesome and nutritious handmad Compare (0) My wishlist

  6. Clark Creek State Park in Woodville, MS, is a dog-friendly, 700 acre park to explore and features 50 waterfalls. The waterfalls are the main attraction of this public recreation area, with some of them crashing down from 30 feet. Grab Fido's leash and jump on one of the trails that weave through the forests.

  7. › getting-granville-islandGetting to Granville Island

    The Granville & 5th Ave at the south end of the Granville Bridge, is also an interchange for many of the urban and suburban routes. Hop off your bus at 5th Ave and walk 5-10 minutes northward under the bridge to get to Granville Island. For more information about Vancouver's bus system, see or call (604) 953-3333.

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