Whether someone is a traveler new to Dallas, Texas, or a resident long since local to the scene, they likely want to know where their dogs are and are not welcome. Fortunately, Dallas is a pretty dog-friendly place to be. Everyone will find their dogs appreciating spending time and exploring new territory at their side when they visit these top five dog-friendly Dallas locales.
Katy Trail Ice House
Sitting on the dog-friendly Katy Trail, this bar lets your canine be your wingman. With seating inside and out, the Katy Trail Ice House has a casual vibe. It has fun games on the offer as well as drinks and is a great place to bring your best friend to make new ones.
McKinney Avenue Trolley
Public transportation rarely has the kind of charm seen in the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority’s electric trolleys, which are vintage. Rosie, as car 122 is known, is more than one hundred years old. That makes it the oldest trolley in North America that makes regular runs. Trips are free and people can enjoy relaxing away from the highways with their pooches.
Dogs and humans alike will delight in the incredible scents of barbecue at this lively outdoor spot that has the privilege of looking over the Trinity River. Not only is the Woodshed Smokehouse at Forth Worth dog-friendly, it even boasts an entire canine menu that ensures people will not have to share. Everything at this establishment is cooked via smoke or fire, and the day’s sausage ranges from elk to rattlesnake to the more basic, beloved pork.
This self-service dog wash has stations that come complete with shampoo, dog-friendly dryers, towels, and grooming supplies. People can take their pets for pampering while enjoying the Dallas scene and make sure that their dogs smell the best for their public debuts. Visitors can also make use of professional groomers if they do not wish to try their own hands at bathing their dogs.
NorthBark Dog Park
Over twenty-two acres of off-leash space awaits guests, both human and canine, in this friendly space. It features separate areas for large and small dogs, shaded areas, open space, walking trails, a pond, picnic tables, a dog shower, water stations for humans and dogs each, and restrooms.