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Pet Food News
On May 7, 2014

Latest AAA PetBook adds pet-friendly restaurant listings

Book also provides hotel, attractions, scenic area information

The 16th edition of Traveling with Your Pet: The AAA PetBook includes a new section listing nearly 700 AAA Approved and Diamond Rated restaurants across the US and Canada that welcome pets in outside dining areas.

The AAA PetBook provides detailed listings—including pet policies, amenities and fees—for more than 13,000 AAA Approved and Diamond Rated hotels, plus more than 800 pet-friendly campgrounds. For recreation planning, the book lists national public lands and attractions that allow pets and 300 dog parks in the most popular travel destinations. Tips for first-timers and seasoned pet travelers address packing, pet etiquette, border crossing and emergency vet clinics.

The release of the new edition marks the opening of the next annual AAA PetBook Photo Contest sponsored by Best Western. Travelers who snap a photo of their pet on vacation can enter through November 30. Each year, winners are selected to appear on covers of the next edition and receive additional prizes. See inside The AAA PetBook for details, or access official rules, an entry form and the contest photo gallery at AAA.com/PetBook.

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