AniMush's favorites

To end this beautiful week dedicated to the company AniMush, we would like to dedicate this last article which aims to make you discover new places to go with your dog! We asked Fanny, owner of AniMush, if she could tell us about her favorite places to go with her dogs for all types of activities in Canada!


Although she also has favorites for certain regions of the USA, she mainly concentrated on making us discover her 10 favorites from Quebec.

The Saint-Maurice reserve

In order to disconnect from urban life, social networks and relax with his dogs, AniMush likes to walk the Grande Ourse - Lake Norman trail on its 19.5 km of wild hike with magnificent views and lots of 'access to the lake via deserted beaches where dogs are in paradise.

L'Espace Rouge-Pin

Located in Val David, this boutique-tea room also opens its doors to your dog on a leash. The atmosphere is warm and the tea tasting is worth the detour if you are returning from a hike in the regional park.

Diable Vert

Whether it's to enjoy a day of hiking in the mountains or for a longer stay and enjoy the peace of Sutton in tree houses or chalets both open to dogs.


The Mont-Sutton

Also in Sutton, you can enjoy the beauty of its summit.

The Centre Canin La Patte Champêtre

Less than 15 minutes from Montreal, this center offers nearly 5 km of private trails where, under certain conditions, you can detach your dog to let him explore. In addition, the site is simply beautiful!

Larose Forest

In Ontario this time, located in Prescott Russell, the trails are awesome for practicing all forms of harnessed dog sports. Take the opportunity to come and discover harnessed sports during a Club Mush Larose event (canicross, skijoring, bikejoring, kickbike, snow scooter, sled, kart).

The réserve faunique Papineau-Labelle

AniMush recommends it for all the possibilities of activities to do and the wild places to discover with his dog to reconnect with his nature: canoe, pontoon, camping, hiking. And yes, dogs are allowed in rental boats.

The Appalachian Park

Whether it is for the km of trails to cover or the km to paddle with your dogs, AniMush also recommends this park located in Montmagny.

The regional park of the islands of Saint-Thimothée

In Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, the trails are accessible with dogs. You also have the possibility of practicing several harness sports. Dogs even have a small corner of the beach reserved, but that's limited to a place with a table.


Summer gently gives way to the colors of fall, it is never too late to take advantage of the unique places that Canada has to offer!

In the idea of ​​achieving our goal of offering you an ever wider list of places that welcome your animals, please note that we have contacted each of these places in order to be able to collaborate and record all the information you need on our site!


Sources: Photo by Yoav Hornung on Unsplash