Pet Friendly Santa Fe

If you’re a dog thinking about traveling to Santa Fe, you’ve come to the right place. My name is Miles, and I’m here to give you the lowdown on everything you need to know about pet-friendly Santa Fe. I am a local Santa Fean, and I’m excited to introduce you to all the diversity of dogs and people of this area and what they like to do.
I just love when my fellow four-legged friends come and visit us at Two Casitas, Santa Fe Vacation Rentals. Two Casitas is all about being pet-friendly!  I’ve helped my human, Wendy, the owner of Two Casitas, put together this fantastic comprehensive visitors guide so your two legged humans can bring you to all the best of Santa Fe. If they’re smart, they’ll even be able to use to guide to get themselves oriented so that you won’t be left behind.  You can enjoy the sights, the sounds, and most importantly, the smells of Dog Friendly Santa Fe.
But, lest you think I’m all talk (okay, bark. . .), the truth is that everyone in Santa Fe, whether they live here or they’re visiting, loves dogs. It’s one of the most dog-friendly cities in the U.S., and I get to represent it. I’m the handsome dude who gets to ride around town looking for yet another fun, interesting place to hang out where they’ll bring me a bowl of water and a treat or two.
And here are my tips:
Most important point numero uno - You have to beg your human to bring you along and you have to insist (or whine) on a stay in a vacation rental. Listen, I’ve stayed in hotel rooms where you have to go down a dark hallway to get outside to the green grass. And sometimes there’s no green grass at all, just a slab of asphalt (Don’t even get me started on asphalt!).
Wendy and Two Casitas has Santa Fe vacation homes for your humans and all their friends, places with lots of space for tail wagging inside, a couch or two for lounging around, and then yards with rocks for sniffing and room to chase a tennis ball. While your human sits on a patio with a glass of wine, you can examine the perimeter fence and do what you do best (after protecting the humans from any harm). You can mark every corner of this new territory.
And then, even better than the home and the yard, there’s the walk where you lead the humans to the hottest venues in Santa Fe – the Plaza in the center of town, Canyon Road (where you’ll meet all sorts of fancy dogs) and the Railyard where you can bark at the Railrunner as it leaves the station.
That’s the Santa Fe life I get to lead. I’m Miles the Goldendoodle, the hippest member of the team that makes up Two Casitas Vacation Rentals. Yes, there’s the owner, Wendy Kapp, who is my human. There’s a reservation specialist and a customer service rep. But when you want all the facts and when you want to know what’s really happening in Pet Friendly Santa Fe, check in here with me.
I didn’t always live in Santa Fe. Wendy found me in Colorado and brought me here to keep her company. And after a couple of years, she’s decided to let me tell you all about my great life here.
Santa Fe is a great place to be a dog. There’s even a city ordinance saying that I get to hang out on almost every patio in town. Did you hear me? The city officials have put out the word. . .Treat Dogs Like the Royalty They Are! And everyone does.
So, next time your human starts thinking about getting away from home for a few days, don’t EVEN allow them to call the kennel. Make it clear that you’re going to be right at home in The City Different, that you’ll be welcome, and that you really want to stay in a vacation rental rather than a hotel.
And once you get here, I’ll show you the ropes. Or better yet, I’ll just post all my best pooch advice right here so that it’s readily available to you. The best patios in town. The places where you and I are welcome. The coolest dog parks (oh, man, are you gonna love the dog parks. . .).
More later. I gotta go inspect another Two Casitas Vacation Rental with Wendy. Make sure it’s ready for you and that no cats have jumped over the fence into my yards.