Dog became man’s best friend long before social media redefined the word “friend,” making Yosemite the perfect place to bring your loyal four-legged companion. Yosemite National Park is a World Heritage Site, which means that its giant sequoia groves and pristine mountain streams, which tumble over granite cliffs in the form of magnificent waterfalls, will be preserved into the foreseeable future. However, the park’s jaw-dropping landscapes will have you looking into the past. With 95% of the park designated as a wilderness site, it is as if Yosemite exists in a parallel universe where industrialization hasn’t yet come to pass. In thick forests of whitebark pine and mountain hemlock, jack rabbits dart through the brush and, further up, bighorn sheep graze the treeless alpine peaks. The park is open year-round, even when snowfall covers the marked paths and visitors must forge their own trail. Glampers visiting Yosemite will, naturally, expect to find accommodations that complement the unspoiled beauty of the park. This list of pet-friendly accommodations around Yosemite will have you asking what year it is and wishing you could delay the answer indefinitely.