There's plenty of pet-friendly lodging in Massachusetts—hotels, motels, inns, and B&Bs that allow dogs and cats. And, of course, there's loads of things to do: Bring your brainiac Basset Hound along if you're visiting colleges in Cambridge or Amherst. You can even ride Boston T (subway) together and frolic on the Freedom Trail. You'll also definitely need to visit Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, as well. The alone is forty miles long and allows dogs of all types and sizes. So take your Boston terrier back to the old country and enjoy everything the Bay State has to offer.
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The Mary Hooper Elder Pet Care Program (HELP) provides assistance to deserving senior individuals or households so they may keep and properly care for their beloved companion animals. The program supplies free pet food for cats and dogs.
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Still, dogs may have more freedom in motor vehicles than people do. Adults and children, with some exceptions, must wear seat belts or, if under age 8, child passenger restraints. You can read those laws (for adults) and (for children under 8). Dogs are exempt from this.
Local Shelters - Save A Dog, Inc