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trip to Durango/mesa verde with 2 dogs

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The wife and I are seriously considering making a trip in early July with 2 golden retrievers . We've been to Estes park /Boulder etc few yrs back (w/o dogs ) and had a great trip.
We're just not sure if dogs will be allowed in certain parts of Nat'l park and if cabins, b & b's will allow them. So far a couple cabins we've seen do not allow them . So basically would it be considered a dog friendly area to visit. ANY input or advice would help to determine whether to move forward, trying to make plans within next 48 hrs if we head that way. We are from Texas, so the somewhat cooler climate is definitely a plus when considering the area for the dogs going along. thank you.

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