Missourians love their dogs. And while the rest of the country pays tribute to old generals and presidents by erecting statues of them, the people of Missouri do it for their dogs. No dog lover is going to want to miss the Old Drum Monument in Warrensburg. Old Drum was the beloved old hunting dog of George Graham West, who first coined the phrase, a dog is a man's best friend. And you'll want to get yourself over to Marshall to stroll the gardens around the statue of Jim the Wonder Dog , who earned his well-deserved fame by picking Kentucky Derby and World Series winners. You also won't want to miss the Dogtober Fest in Blue Springs, where there will be dock-diving dogs, search-and-rescue trials, and K9 demonstrations, or the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog in St. Louis, with one of the country's largest collections of dog art. From Branson to Kansas City to the Lake of the Ozarks, rest easy that you and your dog or cat will find a pet-friendly lodging that will suit your needs.
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