Saturday, September 4, 2021

Labor Day Weekend on the Outer Banks with your Pampered Pet

Labor Day was signed into law as a National Holiday on June 28th, 1894 by President Grover Cleveland.

The Outer Banks of North Carolina being one of the most family and pet friendly beaches on the east coast, welcomes thousands of visitors each Labor Day Weekend.

Welcome to the Beautiful Beaches and National Historic Sites the Outer Banks of North Carolina, has to offer!

There are so many ways to Celebrate your Labor Day Weekend on the Outer Banks, there is something for everyone.

We have a page dedicated to the Outer Banks Pet Friendly Places on the Outer Banks, that you can explore. The page includes National Historic Sites, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, a State Park and much more.

You will also find on our site all of the Outer Banks Leash Laws & Beach Access information with an Outer Banks Map.

In addition to making your plans for a wonderful and memorable Outer Banks Vacation, please see our Veterinarian Advice page. These articles will inform you of all the precautions to take with your pet while on vacation on the Outer Banks.  

One of the number one precautions pet owners need to be aware of is Heat Prostration. Please Do Not leave your Pet in a Hot Car.

Also please be aware of the weather and any Rip Current warnings.

The Highways and Roads are busy on the Outer Banks, please keep your Pet on a Leash at All Times.

We hope that you have a Wonderful Labor Day Weekend on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and return to visit for may years to come.

Also Have a Happy National Wildlife Day, Today!
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