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Oh Fresno You Didn’t!

Fresno is located near the geographical centre of California and about 220 miles north of Los Angeles. It was founded in 1872 as railway station of the Central Pacific Railroad before it was incorporated in 1885. Today Fresno has an estimated population of just over 525,000 people and covers about 112 square miles in the centre of the San Joaquin Valley. Fresno is surrounded by Yosemite National Park, 60 miles to the north, Kings Canyon National Park, 60 miles to the east, and Sequoia National Park, 75 miles Southeast. California State University, Fresno is the main state school in Fresno and is home of the Fresno State Bulldogs, possibly one of the best mascots you could have as a school!

Fresno is home to one of the most unique National Historic Landmarks, a garbage dump! Yep, that’s what you want your home city to be known for, it’s historic landfill! The Fresno Municipal Sanitary Landfill was the first modern landfill in the United States that incorporated important innovations to waste disposal such as trenching, compacting and daily covering of trash with dirt. It operated from 1937 to 1987 and is now a National Historic Landmark and Superfund site.

Fresno is also home to the largest annual event in the Central Valley, the Big Fresno Fair! It attracts more than 600,000 people every October during its two week run. The fair features live horse racing, a livestock show, musical entertainment and of course rides, games and so much more. The mission of the Big Fresno Fair is to “Educate, Celebrate and Have Fun.”

It’s Hard To Be Bored in Fresno

If you get bored in Fresno, you weren’t trying very hard. There is no shortage of events and activities that Fresno plays host to including the Ani-Me Con every spring, Fresno’s only anime conference, a Taco Truck Throwdown (no actual tacos get thrown) and the Fresno Film Festival in November. If you and your four-legged friend prefer the warmer weather, Fresno has plenty of summer activities for you to enjoy including the annual LGBT Pride Parade every June that has been running since 1991. Also in June is the Miss California Pageant and in late August you don’t want to miss the Fresno Greek Fest!

In March of 2018, the Fresno Football Club played their very first game in the USL Championship league, a second tier league in the American Soccer Pyramid. They play out of the same stadium as the Fresno Grizzlies baseball team and it’s called Chukchansi Park. The Grizzlies are members of the Pacific Coast League and are Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals.

While Fresno doesn’t have any major league sports teams, the Fresno State Bulldogs football program makes up for that! Bulldog Stadium seats a whopping 41,031 fans which is pretty impressive, it’s also hard to hate a team named the Bulldogs, am I right?

Fresno Welcomes You & Fido (or Fluffy)

You don’t have to keep your fur baby at home if you are planning on visiting Fresno, CA! Fresno boasts 72 dog friendly restaurants that encourage you to bring fido along to join you at your favourite sidewalk cafe. Even the big chains like Jamba Juice and TGI Fridays will let you bring fido along.

Also dog friendly in Fresno is Lush Handmade Cosmetics, so why not bring your pooch while you shop for some quality handmade bath and beauty products? Dog parks can be found all across the city also and if you and fido are feeling up to it, why not tackle the Fresno-Clovis Rail-Trail. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this rail-trail is now an awesome place to walk, run or ride with Fido in Fresno! Details maps and more information is available online to help you plan the perfect outing.

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When visiting the home of the Bulldogs, you and your dog will be welcomed with open paws! Remember if the Bulldogs are playing a home game though, there will be over 41,000 fans taking in the game, that means lots of foot traffic, lots of vehicle traffic and lots of really loud noises. This can cause serious stress and anxiety on your pooch and he may not be able to enjoy one of the many dog friendly restaurants or shops Fresno has to offer. The bright lights and big sounds of the Big Fresno Fair may also have the same effect on your dog.

To avoid having to interrupt your sight seeing, or to avoid cutting the trip short altogether, CBD oil and treats can be very beneficial in the treatment and prevention of many pet ailments.  Wild Thing Pets’ CBD oil and treats are safe, easy to use and are a favorite remedy of many American pets. CBD has been shown to have a calming effect on anxiety, can block pain and reduce inflammation, as well as increase focus and improve positive behaviors in pets.

Having a few of our CBD dog treats at the ready will help make Fido’s trip to Fresno more enjoyable and memorable. Being proactive and using our CBD oils before your trip will also help to make sure your dog has more fun in Fresno and gets to enjoy the great weather, attractions and those lovable Bulldog fans!

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