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Come And Smell (The City of) Roses
Portland. Rip City. The City of Roses. Stumptown. Portland and its surrounding metropolitan area are the second most populated city in the Pacific Northwest – behind only Seattle in nearby Washington State. Founded in the early 1800’s, Portland was named after its progenitor in the Eastern U.S.: Portland, Maine. With a population of around 650,000, Portland has more than surpassed its namesake in size. ‘Portlandians’ have established their city as rich in culture, greenery and a unique socio-political identity in the overall American portrait.
As its name suggests, Portland was founded as a port city at the convergence of two major rivers – the Willamette and Columbia. Long gone are the days of trailblazing the legendary Oregon Trail, nonetheless Oregon has woven the history and pride of the Pacific Northwestern settlers into much of its modern – and very liberal – society.
Portland has always set itself apart from other big cities in the country, such as its liberal political consciousness, or the fact that it has the most strip clubs per capita in the entire United States. The ‘poles’ are definitely in – Portland is considered ultra-liberal by some, but there is no denying that its place among the most progressive cities in the USA is well-deserved.
So what makes Portland a good place to visit? How does it shakedown as a pet-friendly urban destination? For lovers of dogs, cat-people, and all animal advocates in general – because Portland is host to a sizable Vegan population – Portland is one of the top cities in North America.
The Muttropolis of the Pacific Northwest
Like their dearly loved Trail Blazers – the city’s NBA franchise – Portlandians have blazed a trail through the 2000’s as pioneers of social equality, sustainable living, and some very tasty wines. Oregon is one of the most LGBTQ-supportive States in America, and its populace has earned a reputation for welcoming all creeds, cultures and orientations. The same acceptance and understanding extends to cats and dogs in Portland. With over 250 pet-friendly hotels, 400+ pet-appropriate restaurants, and more parks than you can shake a stick at!
Portland has become famous as a pet haven, and every dog that’s had its day in this beautiful city will tell you about Forest Park. Portland’s Forest Park is the largest urban forest in the United States. Not only is it 8-miles of pristine, ecologically preserved Oregon wilderness, but the park offers a myriad of trails and sights to see (and sniff!). The ever-popular Wildwood Trail is sure to be every dog’s delight, and the urban-friendly nature of the park allows both people and their pets the chance to experience the best of both worlds. Sellwood Riverfront Park on the banks of the Willamette River is a more waterborne experience, so it’s a great place to cool off on a hot summer day in the City of Roses.
Portland is the proud site of over 255 state parks, and it’s no wonder why the Portland-region is the 8th most visited place in America for campers and outdoor adventure seekers. Much of Portland’s appeal is found in its picturesque environment, but the food and drink are no dog’s breakfast. Portland has over 700 wineries, and many are pet-friendly. While you are sipping on aromatic vintages and nibbling on artisanal cheeses, your pet will be… smelling the air, in ecstacy of the artisanal cheeses.
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When it comes to eclectic urban experiences, Portland has got to be one of the first-and-foremost cities in the United States. Oregon is a state whose populace is very in tune with modernity, but they maintain this forward-thinking attitude without sacrificing their natural heritage. The beauty of the Oregon coast, mountains and forests is a part of everyday life in “Rip City”.
Many pet owners decide to bring their four-legged companions to Portland for these very reasons. One thing to keep in mind when sightseeing in Portland: there are many dangers when exploring the great outdoors, for both you and your pets. Poisonous plants, obstacles that can cause injury, and bacteria that can cause infections are a commonality in nature, and these things usually draw the attention of our curious pets.
Also, your pet can ingest harmful substances when you foray into the vast parks of Portland. Be it in the form of a tasty mushroom, delectable plant or interesting smelling animal feces, your pet can come into contact with numerous diseases or infections. Paying close attention to your pet is key to avoiding these risks, but when sickness or injury does strike there’s a convenient, safe and effective remedy for most ailments: CBD.
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.
Portland is a paradise of diversity, sustainability and liberty, and in order to enjoy this jewel of the Pacific Northwest properly, make sure you’ve got CBD in your kit for those “uh oh” moments.
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