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Canada has over 54 dog parks with more being added all the time as Canadians embrace the idea of off-leash designated parks. Canadians honor nature and animals, and have a fondness for dogs, especially in the northern tundra where sled dogs are necessities. You are more than welcome to bring along your pets into Canada as long as they have registration papers in the country where they live and current vaccination records. You can find great deals on hundreds of pet-friendly hotels all over the country.
British Columbia has several dog friendly beaches in Victoria, Whistler and Tofino. Vancouver, who hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics, has over thirty pet-friendly city parks and spectacular mountain skiing as well as beaches along the Pacific Ocean. This makes it a year-round mecca for travelers. It is one of the most diversely cultured cities in Canada and rich in arts and history.
Ontario on the Great Lakes is the entry point for many people traveling from the USA. Ontario does have some breed restrictions as far as "pit bulls". Toronto is the big metropolitan center on the shores of Lake Ontario and is home to millions of people. There is a pet-friendly beach, many off leash parks and low-cost pet friendly hotels in the city.
Alberta is home to ranches, cowboys and forested mountains in the Canadian Rockies. Calgary and Edmonton are the main cities, both with great rates on pet-friendly motels as well as bark parks and pet-allowed nature trails. Whyte Avenue is known for its pet-friendly atmosphere of shopping. You'll find excellent hunting and fishing opportunities as well as skiing and hiking in between the rodeos and festivals.
For a taste of Europe, head to Quebec and the city of the same name where French and English are spoken. You can find reasonably priced hotels as well as off-leash parks in both Quebec City and Montreal where along the river is the downtown district with cobblestoned streets and sidewalk cafes as well as fabulous shopping connected by a massive system of temperature controlled underground passageways.