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“Cheyenne Mountain Resort was the perfect destination for our family trip and we didn’t have to leave our dog Charlie behind!”

Man and dog rowing in boat

Clearly crazy about canines, Cheyenne Mountain Resorted has adopted an irresistible St. Bernard puppy from the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region.

Cheyenne quickly learned the command, "Let's go to work," prompting her to ride shotgun to the resort, tumble into the lobby and proceed to charm both guests and staff throughout the day. True to her breed, Cheyenne is extremely gentle, friendly, tolerant of children and other animals, obedient, eager and willing to please, which according to D'Amour, "makes her perfect for the hospitality business!"

In celebration of Cheyenne's adoption, Cheyenne Mountain Resort has created Cheyenne's Bed & Biscuit Club.  Owners will receive information highlighting area pet services, including veterinarians, pet shops and groomers, click here to view Cheyenne's insider tips for dog walking routes, dog parks, dog-friendly cafes and much more. To view guidelines on bringing your canine companion to the resort click here.

There are seven dog friendly hiking trails in Colorado Springs: Crags Trail, Upper Gold Camp Road, Red Rocks Canyon Open Spaces, New Santa Fe Regional Trail, Garden of the Gods, Ute Valley Park and Midland Trail

The closest Dog Park is at Bear Creek Park at 21st St and Rio Grande, Colorado Springs, CO 80934.

These restaurants allow dogs on their outdoor seating areas: Phantom Canyon Brewing Company, Nosh, The Ritz Grill, Pizzeria Rustica, Dog Tooth Coffee, and more. For more detailed information visit www.bringfido.com and search Colorado Springs.