Austin is one of the most Pet Friendly cities around, and we aren’t afraid to show it! If you haven’t found your perfect animal companion yet, or perhaps your looking to expand, no worries! There are lots of free and low cost options for adoption in Pet Friendly Austin, and those babies Need You!
Austin Bully Butt Rescue is an English Bulldog rescue here in Austin. They have a unique adoption process; they will interview you and match you to a dog instead of you picking and choosing. Owners Steve and Bethany run this organization all by themselves. If you would like to support them, please donate or become a foster for these lovable dogs.
Since 2006, Austin Dog Rescue has been taking in homeless mix breed dogs from the Central Texas area and fostering them until they can find a loving home. If you would like to support them they run solely ondonations and volunteers.
The Austin Humane Society is a non-profit no-kill animal shelter ran by the city of Austin in an effort to find cats, dogs, and rabbits find a new home. Working with the city they have worked on reducing pet over-population through spaying and neutering of homeless pets. You can donate or volunteer to help their cause!
Austin Pets Alive is a no kill shelter that works with the community to raise awareness and money to support animals until they can find a happy home. Since Austin Pets Alive started in 2008 they have saved over 25,000 pets. You can help their cause by donating or volunteering!
The Central Texas Dachshund Rescue is an organization that facilitates adoption and fostering of dachshunds throughout central Texas. They don’t have a public shelter facility, but you can get in touch with them to learn more about adoption or sponsor their rescue efforts through their website.
The Central Texas Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a private no-kill shelter located in Leander Texas. They’re funded through donations and adoption fees – no government funding – and have many pets up for adoption.
The Cocker Spaniel Rescue of Austin & San Antonio is dedicated to finding lovable dogs forever homes. The rescue sponsors various events all over Austin so you can visit and meet all of the adorable dogs that need a home. You can support this rescue by volunteering or donating to help their cause.
Forgotten Friends is a private dog shelter that adopts dogs from kill shelters and fosters them until they can find a loving home. They run on donations and support from the community
Love A Bull’s mission is to educate the general public about proper guardianship of Pit Bulls and Pit mixes. This organization is full of Pit lovers who want to inform and promote the proper image of this woefully misunderstood dog breed. You can help this dedicated organization through one of many ways they accept support – including donations, organization partnerships, or even becoming a member which will grant you special discounts and benefits.
Pawsitive Karma Rescue is unqiue becuase they do not have a shelter. They pull animals from local kill shelters and put them into foster homes immediately. Once a pet is adopted, they pull another animal from the kill shelter. You can support them with donations or applications to foster a pet.
Pflugerville Pets Alive! is a non-profit organization devoted to finding homes for the homeless pets of Pflugerville. As a network of volunteers and animal foster homes, they don’t have a physical location. There are many ways you can help, and they can always be reached by phone or email.
Wags & Licks takes in neglected, homeless, and kill shelter dogs and rehabilitates them. After training and bonding with the dogs they promote them at local shops to find them the perfect home. Wags & Licks is a non profit that can be supported by donations, volunteers and fosters.
Austin is a great place to spend some quality outdoor time with your pet, and you may be surprised at just how many different pets you may see when you get out and about in the many pet friendly spaces we have in our fine city! Remember to pick up after your pet, and always Stay Aware of your surroundings. Not all pets in parks are going to be as cool as yours, so Stay Safe & Have Fun!!
Off leash and feeling good! Your furry friend will be overjoyed at the many amenities here, including the water for them to take a dive in or the fields for them to run. Some areas have been assigned on-leash only as per city council, but there is still fun to be had at this Austin gem.
Featuring a perfect location for those looking for a hike or to take their four legged pal along for a walk around the creek. Enjoy a jaunt around the many magical spots around this place. Dog owners are recommended to keep their dogs on leash, but a well behaved pooch will feel right at home during Summer.
Get the beach experience as close to Austin as possible! Emma Long features a dock where dogs and humans alike can jump off to cool down. With a scenic view of the wilderness, it’s well worth the trip to enjoy a bit of peace and relaxation.
Smaller dogs might not have that many places to enjoy away from the bigger canines, but thankfully Norwood Estate features has different sections for any size dog. Located just off Riverside, water stations are available, and as long as you keep an eye on your fellow pooch the trip will be worth it.
For those a bit more south and seeking something on the wild side, there is nothing better than Onion Creek. With a large amount of space for your pooch to roam free and off leash, it’s a welcome breath of fresh air for those who seek freedom. The trails are a bit under kept in some areas, and trails aren’t marked clearly, but as long as you keep your bearings, it’s a notable place for dog lovers.
Featuring an attractive alternative to those looking for somewhere a bit less crowded but in the same urban setting, Shoal Creek Park features everything you need. Off leash sections are available with the same awe inspiring looks you have come to love from Austin!
This hidden island gem is among Austin’s favorites for dog owners due to its off leash friendly setting. Relax and enjoy time while your pooch swims in the lake, barks squirrels up trees, and relaxes from the restraint of their leash. Some minor parking waits are expected, but it’s truly a paradise on earth for dogs!
The Triangle Dog Park is a large open area that you can have some off leash fun with your dog after a long day of shopping and dining in the area. On Wednesday’s you can explore the 100% locally grown foods, honey, plants, meats, cheese, and eggs that they have at Farmers Market from 3-7pm.
With water fountains, leash free areas, and more for your pup to relax and unwind, Town Lake is among the gems that Austin has to offer. Located just south of Downtown, it’s the perfect place to take in the true beauty that the city has to offer.
Craving exercise for you and your pooch? Take a walk on the wild side with a walk down the many creek beds, flowers, and vegetation to please your eyes. Dogs will feel right at home, especially in the off leash area!
For those Downtown, there’s a one size fits all park for dog owners to enjoy. Fenced in and featuring abundant water and trees for your pup to enjoy, this place is well worth a look for those who want to to break free from the hustle and bustle of town.
While not fenced, this dog paradise features an abundant area for your pooch to enjoy. Abundant in grass and well known among the locals, this area will have your dog’s tail wagging with joy.
Austin has a literal plethora of fine dining establishments, and in A-Town, you don’t have to leave your best friend behind when you go out to dine. Here’s a great list of places where you and your best friend can chow down together!
Austin Terrier is the perfect retreat for those summer months to chill out on the porch with your best furry friend. They are well known for their fries and gluten free pizza. They even have a chalk wall for kids to draw on while waiting for your food.
Austin Java is many peoples go to for great coffee and a tasty bite. Most of their locations have some sort of outdoor seating that is dog friendly. If you want to relax outside on a beautiful day sipping coffee with your best furry friend then Austin Java is your place to be. They have multiple locations!
Banger’s is the place to be if you love a huge selection of beer, great food, and mutts! This Rainy St. sausage house and beer garden has a large outdoor seating area that is picnic table style where you get to bump elbows with fellow patrons. Banger’s is so dog friendly that they host events called Mega Mutt Mondays to support Austin Pets Alive, you won’t want to miss it!
Billy’s features a wide outdoor patio with heaters in the winter so you can bring your dog year-round. The menu features veggie alternatives to almost all of their classic burgers and hot dogs, each of which has a unique take on the ordinary. Inside events, including trivia night, are hosted outside as well, so you won’t miss out on the fun if you bring your pup.
Upscale Italian with a beautiful atmosphere is what Carmelo’s is all about. The dog friendly porch out back is perfect for date night with a furry friend. With unparalleled customer service, vegetarian, and gluten free options on the menu, this Italian joint is like no other.
Cedar Door is a downtown bar that is home to the Mexican Martini. The large patio area outside is dog friendly and they will even bring a water bowl. Not only do they have great food and a full bar, they also have SXSW events and live music.
Cherrywood Coffee House is more than your average coffee house! They are known for their huge sandwiches, delicious coffee and draft beers. They have a dog friendly patio that is full of fellow dog lovers. Don’t just come here for lunch; they also have an amazing breakfast menu!
This Bistro has perfected simple yet delicious American cuisine. The beautiful patio is dog friendly so you can dine on the sumptuous breakfast and devour the well known desserts.
Contigo’s upscale twist on comfort food is what Austin needs. The outside beer garden is dog friendly and the rabbit dumplings are a must have. With great prices on happy hour everyone can find something to enjoy.
This local pub is well known amongst dog lovers and you are sure to see some there. The Crown & Anchor Pub has done the simple burger and fries well. Relaxing with a beer and burger surrounded by fellow dog lovers is what you will find here.
Doc’s Bar & Grill has great food and drink specials that run all week, and where better to enjoy them then on the huge dog friendly patios at both locations. With large TV’s so you won’t miss a game and great burgers to eat, what more could you ask for? Must tries include the Austin Sipper, Cheese Fries, and Boneless Wings.
With an event like Yappy Hour once a week, how could you not love El Mercado! The Tex- Mex joint loves dogs and their owners. With a playground out back, this place is great for the whole family. Along side killer Mexican food, you will find a dog menu with food that is safe for your friend to eat.
Fado Irish Pub has a beautiful dog friendly patio and Guinness imported straight from Dublin on tap. Also, they have amazing service and a great atmosphere. Highlights include Jalapeno Jack Stuffed Cheese Puffs, Lamb Dipped Sandwich, and Guinness BBQ Wings.
The Galaxy Cafe is the perfect place to relax on the porch after a long day of playing at the Triangle Dog Park or shopping in one of the many store the Triangle has to offer. This posh cafe has a very wide variety of dishes ranging from traditional American breakfast to a salmon dinner. There is something for every occasion and everyones’ tastes.
Kerbey Lane is everyone’s go to place for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or late night snack. The Central, Southwest, and Round Rock locations have dog friendly patios. The Chilaquiles, Kerbey Queso, and Red Quinoa Salad are must haves as well as trying their ever revolving pancake flavors.
Lamberts has perfected the art of southern BBQ with an upscale twist. The Mac and Cheese is something to be marveled and the brisket is divine. The outdoor patio is dog friendly, shady, and beautiful and they will even bring your best friend a water bowl so they can relax with you. If you want to experience BBQ in a whole new way, Lamberts is for you!
Mandolas has a warm and welcoming atmosphere while also serving delicious traditional Italian dishes. The dog friendly porch allows you to relax in the shade while enjoying Italian hospitality. You won’t want to leave until you have had one of their many tantalizing deserts such as gelato or the lemon cheesecake.
Maria’s Taco Xpress has a very large covered porch that is dog friendly. On Sundays they have Hippie Church with music and dancing! This fantastic taco joint is the place to be for a fun time with good vibes.
With a focus on the modern and relaxed setting, this reimagining of the classic American favorites has won the hearts of many in Austin. Featuring a dog friendly patio for all four legged friends to enjoy, and conveniently located downtown, this is a must visit for those looking for something a bit more on the traditional side.
Mother’s Cafe is a vegan and vegetarian restaurant with gluten free options that everyone will love. Must tries include vegan chocolate cake, vegan stuffed peppers, and the vegan pancake of the day! The small dog friendly patio is perfect for a date with a friend.
If you’re idea of a good night is a beautiful view of the lake, some coffee, and your furry friend by your side then Mozart’s is your go to place. With a large “Dogs Welcome” sign, you can feel at home with the many varieties of coffees and treats for you to enjoy while you take in all Austin has to offer.
With a long established history in the North Austin area, NXNW features a menu that is sure to have you and your pup’s mouth drooling. The front patio is dog friendly and while it might not be too big, it does offer an area for them to relax and stare at your plate as you eat. Good food for those up North!
Most P. Terry’s locations have a patio that is dog friendly. They will even give your dog a treat. This delicious burger joint also carries veggie burgers, breakfast items, milkshakes, and crispy fries. If you haven’t been to P. Terry’s, you are missing out!
Enjoy the thrills from under the sea at Perla’s. Perla’s has multiple seafood dishes and a scenic dog friendly patio. Well worth the price if you enjoy some fresh seafood with an oyster bar in the SoCo area of Austin!
Craving some Mediterranean in the Austin area? Maybe you need some belly dancing while you enjoy a meal? Look no further than Phara’s, a gourmet restaurant specializing in Mediterranean food, hookah, and much more. You’ll feel just like you’re there and your dog will as well with some treats to enjoy on the patio!
For those looking for some amazing burgers, Phil’s Icehouse has you covered. With a dog-friendly patio and a kid-friendly setting to boot, this place is among the best for eats for any member of your family. With Amy’s Ice Cream right next door you’ll be in food heaven!
Kick back at Red Porch, where you and your pooch can enjoy some nice Tex-Mex inspired food. Patio is dog-friendly and water bowls are provided for them to cool off. Well worth a visit for those looking for some good eats!
Texas is synonymous with BBQ, and Rudy’s is among the forefront of the chains who are looking to share this amazing dish with everyone. Featuring an assortment of BBQ and a dog friendly patio outside, it’s well worth a look for those who are looking for a BBQ treat without the wait.
Sazon is an authentic Mexican food place that has a dog friendly patio. This restaurant has done everything right, from great service and great food to a welcoming atmosphere. Things to try include Choriqueso, salsa, and anything that comes with mole on it.
Happy Hour just got even happier with this dog friendly German food bar. Featuring an assortment of German food that goes hand in hand with their busy bar, Scholz Garden is perfect for getting fueled up before any event at the Frank Erwin center. They will have you saying “Wunderbar!” as you and your furry friend enjoy this amazing gem.
How many restaurants feature a menu just for your furry friend? Not many come to mind, much less a famous chain of hamburgers. Thankfully Shake Shack has your back! Hailing from the Big Apple and featuring a menu packed full of treats that will have you wagging your tail, this place has become synonymous with lip smackingly good burgers. A go to place for any dog lover in town!
Looking for something on the finer side? Tip your top hat to the Snack Bar, featuring an assortment of fusion food for you to enjoy. Patios are dog friendly and spacious so you can munch on some delectable vegetarian treats while sipping on some of the craft beer or wine.
Good food, fun atmosphere, and a dog friendly patio is all you need for a fun night out in town. Sip on a cocktail and relax as the bands fill the room with harmonious notes that will have your tail wagging. Well worth a look for those students looking for a coffee and a place to study, or even those who are looking for a jam session out in town.
Gourmet Brunch isn’t the only thing to look forward to at The Bonneville. You can enjoy delectable upscale food on the patio with your dog at any time of day. The Bonneville also has happy hour specials that will have you wanting to come back everyday.
Yard Bar is a sprawling mulch ground shaded by nearby buildings where pets can roam free and interact in a safe environment. Bark Rangers patrol the area, break up dog fights, and keep the environment clean. Guests can enjoy craft beers that rotate regularly and home cooking if you’re on an empty stomach. Grab a homemade treat for your dog as well!
Want to take your bestie with you on that date, or perhaps to watch the big game with you and your other buds? No problem! Having suds with your buds has never been easier, and the list below can help you figure out where you can do exactly that!
Located on Metric Boulevard in North Austin, 4th Tap is a Co-Op brewery that allows dogs inside the bar and brewery area. Lots of events on the calendar, and you can bring your own food, or check the schedule for the on-site food truck by visiting their website.
The Austin Beer Garden Brewery is known for their interesting pizza menu, house brewed beer, and their large dog friendly patio. It’s a great place for large groups or smaller parties. You can sit back relax and listen to the live music outdoors on the long picnic benches. As an added bonus they make dog treats out of used grains from the brewing process!
This very dog friendly bar allows your pooch both inside and outside of the bar. After a long day at Zilker with your furry best friend you can cool off at Barton Springs Saloon. They’re known for their cheap drink specials that change through out the week and the overall fun atmosphere.
The Irie Bean is a coffee bar that also offers beer, wine, and champagne selections at their patio bar. Our tipsters suggest that this hidden gem of an outdoor patio is very pup friendly. We suggest you leash up your dog companion and visit yourself!
Bar 96 has plenty of TV’s so you’ll never miss a game and the customer service is second to none. Dogs can come inside and are treated like VIPs with treats and a water bowl. For the next big game if your not at Bar 96 you are missing out.
The Black Sheep Lodge has a large partially covered patio that is dog friendly. They are known for their big burgers and huge beer selection. With 26 on tap and over 125 bottled they have something for everyone.
Black Star Co-op is a bar and restaurant that has a dog friendly patio. Their microbrews go through a members only tasting panel to ensure perfection. They also have a large selection of vegetarian options.
This dog friendly vegan bar has live shows and movie nights! Cheer Up Charlies has kombucha on tap and food trailers in the back. With a beautiful parachute patio that you can dine, drink, and dance in why wouldn’t you stop by?
If you love beer and large patios then Draught House is for you. With a huge selection of beers and daily specials you can sit on their dog friendly patio with some friends and relax. Come often and sample new foods and beers as they rotate throughout the week.
The Dog House Drinkery is special because it is a bar in a dog park. The staff are friendly and will watch out for your dogs while they run around their spacious play area, while you relax and drink with fellow dog lovers. The addition of their very own food truck is perfect for a puppy play date with friends. You won’t want to miss this innovative bar!
HandleBar is an old school bar with a mustache motif and great drinks. The large roof patio has beautiful views of downtown and is dog friendly. Check out their giant Jenga, pinball machines, seesaw, and photo booth.
This French inspired gastro pub has a large selection of tap beers with delicious and inspired menu items. The patio out back is perfect for bringing your dog while sampling a wide selection of both local and international beers.
Hops & Grains is not technically bar – but it is a brewery and they have a little bit of everything fun! They have picnic tables outside to bask in the sun and enjoy great beer. They also have a small but delicious burger menu to select from and board games you can borrow to play with friends. You can take a brewery tour, although because they manufacture beer in the facility, dogs are not allowed for the tour. They also sell all natural treats for your dogs called Brew Biscuits that they make themselves from used grains.
The Moon Tower Saloon has a very large outdoor seating with picnic tables and shade. This very dog friendly bar has two sand volley ball courts and two food trucks to choose from. Live music every night will keep you coming back for more.
Shangri – La is a cozy dive with a great porch out back that is dog friendly. The vintage arcade games are fun and playful while you sip on their unique frozen and hot alcoholic beverages.
Skylark has a beautiful patio out back that is dog friendly. This blues bar will win over any music lover’s heart and, with free popcorn and amazing house made pizza, everyone wins.
This 1920’s themed bar has a massive porch that is dog friendly. The Gatsby has a large mixed drink menu that everyone can find something to love on. With live music and regular events, you wont want to miss out.
The Brixton has cold refreshing cocktails and an amazing jukebox selection. The best part about this bar is that your dog is allowed inside! This 6th street bar welcomes any well-mannered furry friends. Don’t miss out on Monday night bingo with free pizza!
The Ginger Man won the best beer selection in Austin. They carry a wide variety of beers both bottled and tapped, so there is something for everyone. The large patio is great to soak up sun and hang out with your dog.
The Liberty has great drinks that don’t break the bank. This dark and cozy dive is known to be friendly and comfortable while dishing out great service. The patio outside is dog friendly and leads to an East Side Kings food truck.
The White Horse is a well known honky tonk bar with a live show every night and a food truck out back. There’s also a very dog friendly patio to the side where you are sure to have a good time with other dog families.
The Whisler has a rustic vintage vibe and serves up delicious cocktails. This dog friendly bar will allow dogs inside and out on their large patio. If you get hungry, you can pop outside for the East Side Kings food trailer. This awesome bar also has a Oaxacan-style mezcalería upstairs Thursday – Saturday night.
If you are looking for a good drink that wont break the bank then Work Horse Bar is for you. The patio out back is dog friendly with water bowls and a spigot. Highlights are the burgers, mac & cheese, and great local craft beers.
Whether you’re working hard & haven’t had time to hang, or maybe you just can’t get enough of your furry (or scaly or feathery) friend, the land of “Keeping It Weird” understands. Heck, we love to accommodate, and aside form restaurants and bars, we have a bunch of retailers that are happy to host you and your companion animal nearly any day of the week!
You can bring your dog shopping with you while you pick up supplies for your next new athletic adventure. Academy is dog friendly and they will happily help you find everything you need to be well prepared for any situation.
Did you know you can bring your dog into the Apple store while you shop for the next big technological advancement? The Geniuses at the Apple Store will welcome your pooch in while you browse.
If you love comic books but don’t want to leave your dog at home, then Austin Books & Comics is your store! With thousands of comics old and new, you can spend hours browsing their huge selection.
Bath & Body Works is the place everyone goes to feel pampered and to spoil themselves. Not only can you come in with your dog, but you will leave you smelling and feeling great.
Even if your dog isn’t that tech savvy, they can still enjoy a jaunt around Discount Electronics as you look for the materials for your perfect PC setup. Perhaps your computer is in need of some new additions? You’ll find everything you need and more for your electronic needs.
DogBoy’s Dog Ranch is a 15-acre ranch in Pflugerville that does dog training, doggy day care, and overnight boarding. Owners Bart and Courtney are dedicated to giving your dog the attention and training it needs. They even have a dog park that is open to members only. This little piece of doggy paradise might be just what your furry friend needs.
The Domain shopping center is an outdoor shopping mall in North Austin that has 132 store and restaurants. Most stores are dog friendly, and some restaurants have outdoor dog friendly seating such as The Steeping Room and Starbucks. There is also a Whole Foods in this shopping center with a beautiful outdoor seating area that is dog friendly.
Dragon’s Lair is not just a comic book store – you can also meet with friends and play one of the games from their shelves (or bring your own). They also have board games and computers you can play at. There are regular book signings and celebrity meetings, and there’s always something going on. While they are dog friendly, it is important to note that they do have in-store cats that roam around, so if your furry friend is not so friendly with cats, then it might be better to keep them at home.
Shop til you drop at Hill Country Galleria with an assortment of dog friendly stores as well as a dog friendly environment where you can spend time with your furry friend. Featuring a gym, Barnes and Noble, restaurants, movies, and so much more. It’s every dog lover’s dream place to spend the day!
Ever wish you could buy your pooch a hand made dog bowl? How about wandering around a cornucopia of fresh, organic food with your furry friend? Hope Farmers Market is here for you, offering just that and much more! What has slowly become a festival of celebration for all things organic remains among Austin’s top areas for local food. Well worth a trip for those who seek a greener life!
Half Price Books is a treasure trove of new and exciting adventure stories waiting to be read. While you are hunting around the store to find your next great undertaking, your dog can accompany you. Some locations will even give your sidekick a dog treat.
If you need a costume for any occasion, then Lucy In Disguise with Diamonds is your dog friendly costume place. With thousands of choices including masks, props, jewelry, dresses, suits, era clothing, and more, you can’t go wrong Lucy in Disguise.
Lofty dog is a specialty dog store. They have many varieties of healthy food for your dogs and your cats. Their products include bedding, treats, unique collars and leashes, toys and some cat items too. Lofty Dog also supports local Austin businesses and carries an assortment of items from all over your favorite city!
Lush has made a name for itself in cosmetics and beauty products. The handmade and 100 % vegetarian store welcomes dogs with a treat and some loving pets as you browse the plethora of bath bombs, soaps, and every other beauty product you could ever need.
Michaels has all of your crafty supplies. While they show you around the store, they will give your dog a pat on the head. If you need crafting supplies for kids or beads for your jewelry, Michaels is the place to go.
Nature’s Treasures is a large retail store where you can find all sorts of crystals, gemstones, fossils, and unique minerals. Collectors and gift-givers can browse the selection alongside their furry friends, as the store is very friendly to all on-leash dogs (provided that they’re potty trained!).
Natural Pawz is a health food store for dogs and cats. They pride themselves in providing all-natural human grade food and treats for your best furry friend. They work hard to find natural food tended towards pets with allergies or ailments. Check out one of Natural Pawz locations, Round Rock, Bee Caves, and a third location opening in spring!
Prime Pet is a great place to take your pet on a shopping spree! They carry only the highest quality, all-natural dry, canned, and raw foods from trustworthy producers. Take your four-legged friend into the store and get your pet’s picture onto the wall of fame.
I Luv Video is one of the last video rental stores around. With a knowledgeable staff and thousands of titles you are sure to find the perfect movie for any mood. The dog friendly staff will show you around the store and answer all of your questions. With Free Beer Tuesdays, you are sure to fall in love with this quirky video store.
Pottery Barn is known for helpful employees and simple and elegant home decor designs. But did you know that it is dog friendly? Bring your best friend in with you to check out the newest bold patterns and innovative designs for your home.
If you need home decor, hip designs, and affordable prices, then Ross is your store. The best part is that you can bring your dog with you while you are shopping for your next great find.
Sephora has a big heart when it comes to bringing your dog inside this beauty store. They welcome dogs with open arms, which is great for when you are out and about but need to stop in to see all the latest products and beauty trends.
Simply Austin Furniture is full of interesting designs and innovative ideas. You can bring your dog in to meet the store dog and browse their selection of truly unique pieces.
The Container Store has anything you would ever need in order to organize any part of your life. The store is so dog friendly that the employees will track you down and while asking if you need help and give your dog some much loved scratches. They also have some products that could help you organize all your dog supplies and accessories.
This well known pet store has been in business in Austin since 1946 and has won the hearts of pet lovers everywhere. Tomlinson’s is known for providing healthy food options for your pets and excellent customer service.
If you haven’t been to Topgolf, then you and your dog are missing out. Top Golf keeps the game fun for any level of player. The 3-story innovative range allow dogs on leashes and will bring them out a water bowl.
TreeHouse is a dog friendly sustainable living supplies store. You can buy a variety of items to help you live a more sustainable lifestyle. From books to educate yourself to products that help you make your own soups and cleaning supplies, TreeHouse has got you covered.
If you want your home or apartment to have interior design out of a magazine cover, then West Elm is for you. This dog-friendly home decor store is full of dog-loving employees and chic furniture and accessories .Your lovely dog can come in to give their opinion about your home decor choices.
Although you have probably heard of the super popular clothing, furniture, and beauty store, did you know that Urban Outfitters is also dog friendly? If you bring in your well mannered furry friend, you will be able to shop together, and they’re sure to get some pets from the staff and customers, too.
Although you have probably heard of the super popular clothing, furniture, and beauty store, did you know that Urban Outfitters is also dog friendly? If you bring in your well mannered furry friend, you will be able to shop together, and they’re sure to get some pets from the staff and customers, too.