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Mocrocks Beach, near Seabrook in Pacific Beach, offers 2,300 feet of sandy shoreline for your pet to run off-


leash. Seabrook is considered one of the closest sandy beaches to Seattle and surrounding areas.


Up Luxury Lapping Tail wagging accommodations catering


to you and your pooch pal Can’t bear to leave your furry friend


behind? Head towards the state’s finest dog-friendly destinations


By Val Mallinson


trusty, if a bit rusty, RV. These days, there are far more elegant options that go above and beyond being pet-friendly. Whether you’ve got a city or country dog, a trotter who prefers a forested mountain trail or a pooch who wants to let loose on the beach, Washington has a deluxe doggie destination in mind for you and your best friend.


W photo courtesy of Seabrook


hen writer John Steinbeck traveled the country with his dog Charley, they stayed in a


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