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According to a recent study conducted earlier this year, Miami is the number one city in the United States for the most pampered dogs. The study compiled a list of the top 20 cities comparing 2013 sales items on a per capita basis among cities with more than 400,000 residents. The study reveals that Miami locals purchased the most toys, apparel and accessories for their dogs, than any other city. The num- ber two city behind Miami is Seattle, where the sale of treats was the most pur- chased PLACES TO STAY. When traveling across the state,


Hotel Indigo has become one of our favorite hotels. Each location has a dis- tinct personality, indigenous to the style of its host city, catering to both the busi- ness and leisure traveler. Hotel Indigo Miami Lakes is just 15 minutes from Downtown Miami. The charming, bou- tique-style hotel is an oasis of comfort with a soothing yet invigorating decor throughout. Hotel Indigo Miami Lakes hosts a monthly Canine Cocktail Hour through-


PLACES TO PLAY. There are currently six designated


Bark Parks and one Bark Beach within the City of Miami Beach available for your canine family. All parks feature sev- eral amenities including, two double fenced in dog runs for large and small breeds, drinking fountains, benches and waste collection and disposal containers.


BringFido.com, the Art Deco Tours is an experience not to be missed. Learn about the colorful history of South Beach’s famous Art Deco buildings during the tour. Christine & Company provides


entertaining cultural tidbits including the criminal elements that developed the magic city. The tour company brings along a pet sitter to keep the dogs enter- tained in instances where hotels do not allow dogs inside. ArtDecoTours.com


Meet the “LaLa Sisterhood:”Layla, Lola and LuLu of Miami. These girls (one is rescued) enjoy a couple of daily adven- tures with their dad, Pompei, to the local dog park and beach.


Photograph by Tina VaLant


PLACES TO NOSH. For convenience and comfort, 23


out the year. They partner with Miami Dade Animal Services, whose volunteers come to the event with some adoptables. To date, this year, five animals have been adopted. “It’s wonderful when our Canine


Cocktail Hour guests come with their family and find the pet of their dreams,” said Anna Renteria, Sales and Marketing Coordinator for the hotel. And, one dol- lar of every drink sold during the events goes directly to MDAS. 7601 Miami Lakes Drive, Miami.


Call 305.556.0100. 32 THE NEW BARKER


Bar & Bistro, located in the lobby of the Hotel Indigo Miami Lakes offers fast- casual gourmet dining for breakfast and dinner. Enjoy the signature Key Lime Martini. The staff will gladly wait on you and bring food and drinks in the Hotel’s relaxing courtyard area, surrounded by tropical foliage. For sightseeing and a little gastro-


nomic excitement, venture out into Miami. Try La Bottega On the Bay, a local Italian deli and market with a fresh menu that changes daily. Deliciously pre- pared meals to-go or dine-in. 1800 North Bayshore Drive. LaBottegaOnTheBay.com.


DON’T MISS THIS. Recommended by Ruff Guide to the United States, a new book published by


Bark Parks In Miami: Flamingo Bark Park 13 Street and Michigan Avenue 305.673.7766


Pinetree Bark Park 4400 Pinetree Drive 305.673.7730


Washington Avenue Bark Park 201 2 Street 305.673.7766


Belle Isle Park Island Avenue on Belle Isle 305.673.7766


North Shore Open Space Park Collins Avenue & 81 Street 305.861.3616


South Pointe Park (OFF-LEASH) 1 Washington Avenue 305.673.7766


Have a lost pet in Miami? MiamiDadeLostPets.com Pets911.com DogDetective.com


www.TheNewBarker.com


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