Okay...are you really surprised that my pet-obsessed self is writing about this topic?

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I'm not.

I am a dogaholic and do not plan on seeking treatment.

Honestly, there really isn't anything else better than enjoying the sunshine while you watch your pup happy as can be playing in the sun, rolling around in the sand and running through the waves.

(Photo Courtesy: Brick Township Police Department)
(Photo Courtesy: Brick Township Police Department)

It can fix even the worst days.

Oh...and when my dog, Carolina and I are at the beach, tennis balls are LIFE.

But, as you hopefully know by now, a lot of beaches at the Jersey Shore are NOT dog-friendly. It really is oh so sad.

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But thanks to BringFido.com, I was able to find multiple dog-friendly beaches throughout the Jersey Shore so you and your furry friend can have a Summer you won't forget.

And by the way, BringFido.com can give you information on dog-friendly beaches, parks, restaurants, hotels and so much more so be sure to utilize it!

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Okay....time to take a look.

P.S. Did I miss any dog-friendly beaches your fellow dog owners should know about?

Then email me at Nicole.Murray@townsquaremedia.com so I can add it to the list

Surfs Up: Dog Friendly Beaches At The Jersey Shore

Dogs. Sand. Sun....the perfect trio.

And while we are on the topic of dog-friendly, maybe after you hit the beach you both will need a bite to eat.

Here are some of the most recommended dog-friendly restaurants to try at the Jersey Shore this Summer.

Let's take a look:

KEEP READING: Dog-Friendly Restaurants At The Jersey Shore

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

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