Even though dogs are popular pets in America, some cities make it hard to have one. It’s a shame. As the saying goes, dogs are man’s best friend. Why not make living more comfortable for them? Well, you’ll be happy to hear some American cities are very dog-friendly. From restaurants to dog parks, these cities have gone out of their way to make your pup happy. Fortunately for you, we’ve ranked them. Curious to see which ones made the list? Here are 25 Most Dog-Friendly Cities In America (Your Dog Will Thank You!)
With plenty of dog parks, trails, and even a dog-friendly carriage ride, Sacramento definitely loves their dogs. They’ve even got a place called Paws and the Palette Dog Bakery.
If you’re planning a stay right outside of Las Vegas, Henderson, NV features a wide variety of pet-friendly hotels. They’ve also got plenty of pet-friendly restaurants so you’re not having to keep Fido in the hotel while you’re away.
Long Beach, CA
Long Beach is a great, dog-friendly city with 10 dog parks and dozens of dog-friendly businesses. From the downtown dog park to the dog beach, there’s plenty to do with your pup in this city.
From dog parks, hardware stores, brewing companies, BBQs, and pubs, Cincinnati offers plenty of options for you and your dog. You can even cheer on the Cincinnati Reds at the “Great American Ball Park.”
Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City has a plethora of places for you and your dog to visit and services to consider. From dog parks, hotels, and bar and grills, you and your pup will feel right at home.
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