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Dog Friendly Las Vegas: The Strip

Everyone knows that you dress for the job you want.  We knew no one would let Eko in a casino normally, but how could anyone say no to this card shark?

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VIP Room, here we come!

Unfortunately Eko’s outfit didn’t get us into any casinos, but it did get us a whole lot of high fives.  We scrapped the costume and decided to go for a stroll down the strip.  I don’t know if there is a Service Dog Olympics, but if they ever want to get one started I nominate the Las Vegas strip as the final event.  We’ve navigated Times Square at rush hour and Bourbon Street at Mardi Gras, but Vegas has them both beat.

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Where else but Vegas can you be trying to take a photo of a building and then the building explodes?

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Eko gave his best “I have no idea what’s going on” face for this photo with Jack Sparrow

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After the strip we got another good shot of the welcome sign

We only spent an hour on the strip, but in that time we saw a massive pirate fight, an exploding volcano, a water show and miniature versions of countless landmarks.  The strip is truly a ridiculous place.  You can go on a great walk on the strip, but it’s crowded and I wouldn’t recommend bringing your pup unless you are confident they wouldn’t be overwhelmed.

Today we’re ditching the lights and ditching the leash with a hike up Frenchman Mountain on the east side of the city.  It’s supposed to be a tough climb, so I’m pretty excited for the challenge and for the view.  I’ll post some photos from the top later today.

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