Ratings and Reviews
Good facilities, specializes in giant breeds.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! Animal Trackers is an all-volunteer, non-profit, no-kill, registered charitable organization dedicated to the rescue and shelter of lost, abandoned, orphaned and injured dogs and cats who are protected and cared for in a unique residential, cageless facility with 24-hour on-premise care. Mission includes re-uniting lost pets with owners; decreasing pet overpopulation problem through mandatory spay/neuter, michochip programs prior to adoption; assisting seniors and families on fixed income with pet food donations; and pet therapy visitations. Pet food banks offered at various locations in Caledon for Seniors on a fixed income feeding strays. This animal sanctuary is presently sheltering over 80 animals, of which there are 20 adoptable felines only.
absolutely amazing for the two legged... and comfortable for the four legged..without many extreme advantages for the pups. Overall a great place
Ghent, BE 9000
Holiday Inn is pretty dependable. Always comfortable for the dogs.
Hasselt, BE 3500
Holiday Inn is pretty dependable. Always comfortable for the dogs.
Sofia, BG 1766
Holiday Inn is pretty dependable. Always comfortable for the dogs.
Holiday Inn's are very dependable, always comfortable for the humans and pets.
Nice hotel on the inside and out. Comfortable for pets.
Holiday Inn is pretty dependable. Always comfortable for the dogs.posted: October 21st, 2007
A great place to take your dog with you to lunch or dinner! They have three umbrella tables out front for outside seating. Our server has always brought a bowl of water to the table when our drinks were delivered. They ask about our dog, even when we dine inside without her along and once sent home a small "doggie bag" with a milkbone inside when she didn't get to come with us! You'll find it a very good, fun place to eat when you want to eat outside and bring your dog along!
I love Tobie!
Tobie's is a great place to taste! Pet Friendly, Yes. She always has fresh water for the critters. Dont leave you dog outside in the car or truck, unless you want her to go them herself. She has even got the 5 foot gator there on the river canal to come out of the water, sit beside her, and let her pet him. She has an uncanny way with animals, truly amazing. Tobie keeps "Scooby Snaks" in the restaurant too. Her back deck offers comfortable quarters for your pet. I think if DEHEC Regulations permitted pets, she would have every booth and table "puppy paws" friendly. She even has a couple of her many tv's tuned into the animal planet station. No Kiddin'. She serves left over Prime Rib bites to all the puppy paws in your life. Great place, Go meet her.
This is basically a To-Go ice cream place, but there's plenty of outdoor seating for folks who want to try a funky flavor and sit around and talk. Dogs are absolutely welcome! In fact, when I asked if I could get a single scoop for my English Shepherds, I was told that Doggie Sundaes are on the house. Our girls are huge fans of this concoction - a cup of vanilla ice cream with a doggie bone garnish.
Barley's has wonderful pizza. The wait staff will bring water to their outside seating area for your dogs.
Open for Breakfast and Lunch (Dinner only in the off-season). AMAZING breakfast, especially the french toast or shrimp and grits. Look for unique specials like Crab Cakes Benedict and Breakfast Nachos. Large porch with extra water bowls for your pooch, and plenty of great dog photos inside. They have doggie treats just inside the door, so reach in and grab one for your 4-legged friend before you settle in on the porch for a great meal!
The owners are very welcoming to pets! On Monday night in good weather, the outside restaurant is turned over to pets exclusively! Practically everyone there comes with their pet to enjoy the company and the food. Menu is limited, but good. Pets are treated to cookies and special bottled water. Very nice!
Great place for my pooch! I had the pleasure of attending a "Dog Days of Summer" event a few weeks ago and it was fantastic. Many well behaved dogs, large and small, and a special dog menu. They had a dog charicature artist, dog massage, and a dog psychic. As seen from the long wait for dinner, more restaurants should do this in Cleveland. Great Lakes is a role model for a way to build loyalty among your clientele.
Allows dogs on the back patio and front patio of the restaurant. Staff has always been really friendly and unlocked the entrance to the back patio for us when we arrive with our dog (so we don't have to walk through the restaurant). Good food, good beer, as well as table tennis and a bar on the back patio. Highly recommended!
The Dog Bar is the most dog-friendly place we have ever been to. The entrance is double-gated for doggie safety, there are treats for the pups, drink specials for the humans, and the staff and patrons are all dog lovers. It is located in the hip and funky NoDa section of Charlotte - perfect for people watching with your pooch!
Excellent Greek food, great prices, very friendly staff. We take our dog to dinner there all the time and they are very welcoming. Dogs only allowed at outdoor tables
This place is great! Awesome selection of beers and a wonderful beer garden in the back. Pooches are allowed inside the bar and outside in the garden since they do not serve any food here! They told me, as long as your dog is friendly, so are they :)
I held a dog-friendly brunch here and the staff was wonderful. The dogs (we had 5) were close at hand and they got lots of treats! View and atmostphere were great, food was average, but it was worth having the pups there.
I live around the corner from this bar and take my dog with me occasionally. It's a relaxed honky-tonk with a country jukebox, darts, pool, a barrel of free peanuts and buckets of PBR. You'll see the owners' bulldogs hanging out sometimes. There's a patio out back, too.
A fantastic beer bar with very dog friendly bartenders! There's usually dog biscuits available at the bar, plus cool, clean, water for your hungry/thirsty four-legged drinking buddies. A great place to hang out both inside, and outside in the bar's front area. So bring your "people & dog friendly" pooches, and share a pint of American craft beers (24 taps + 1 on the hand pump) with other 2 and 4-legged imbibers!
Three bones are not enough for this place. Great atmosphere, wonderful food, friendly service -- AND they love dogs! Your four-legged companion is welcomed to join you at The Shed's patio seating. The server even brought our little Yorkie her own water dish. Even the patrons were friendly to our little one. As for people food -- it's VERY good. This is evident by the number of customers waiting to be seated. My suggestion is getting there at least 45 minutes to an hour before the noon hour or right at 5:30 (when they start seating for dinner).
out of buisiness now... bad service anyways
Dog food on the menu with big bowls of water for the pups. Had a wonderful birthday party for my dog and it was great. Nice people, good food, and patio pet friendly. Plus a nice place to people and doggie watch. good brews.
Serving breakfast only, we met up with our cousins who were staying overnight at the Fish Creek House B&B in Whitehall MT for breakfast... Wow... They day we were there, the innkeepers were grilling up some morning caught fish in Fish Creek which runs thru the property. That and some hash browns and Montana grain bread and it lasted us the rest of the day. Our relatives also enjoyed the French Toast Casserole prepared the morning before and all the produce is grown in their on-site greenhouse. Innkeepers Cid and Dan will make you feel right at home in their beautiful log home and of course are pet and horse friendly. They even have "turn down" treats for the dogs who love their resident retriever, Manker.
They have a wonderful patio in the back and during the warm weather they are very happy to have well behaved dogs visit with their humans. They don't provide treats (that I am aware of) but will give us a bowl of water and let our humans give us snacks.
They do allow dogs but only in the higher outside area where he can be tied up by the fence. The few tables on the side are out of the foot traffic of Newbury St. We've brought our dog there a few times and haven't had a problem. They've been very nice and once the waiter brought 2 waters, one for there and a covered one for our walk home. (Oh and the food is very good pub fare: burgers, pastas, etc. They also have Sunday brunch.)
Very nice people, dogs are welcome on the patio outside and they provide water and treats for your dog along with hooks on the ground to hook th leash to. We told them we were coming in advance and they had a nice area set up for us and our dog. Very nice family restuarant ith a wide variety of good food!
Great place, they have a dock bar, a beach with a great tent to have parties on the beach, they also have a bar inside the restaurant you can dock your boat around the dock bar. Dogs are welcome everywhere except inside the restaurant, they can even get their own bowl of beer. Live music on the weekends. Great place to party with man's best friend. Check it out for yourself, you meet new friends and so does your dog. God i love the island!
Dogs are welcome inside and outside!
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Cute place to take your dog for a bite to eat, dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio and if you bring a picture of your wet dog they will post it on their board and give you a free cookie with you meal purchase. No biscuits for visiting doggies but they do have a water bowl. Our breakfast food was delicious (we had french toast and a breakfast burrito), they also sell sandwiches that looked very yummy. It is located near a marina so its neat to check out the boats and you are less than a mile or two from Quiet Water's Park with its dog park and dog beach!
Awesome place. My husband and I take our dogs there at least once a week. The service is great, and they always bring water and treats to the dogs! Atmosphere is wonderful, as well.
'Bout the only restaurant in Boothbay Harbor that you really can bring your dog to. The owners are very accommodating in that if it's not so busy, you can sit waterside in their lower ground level seating area vs. the tables out front - which are awesome, too. Great food, great prices, incredible views. Pretty popular place, so expect to wait in line - but, it is so worth it!
Dogs are allowed outside on the beautiful quaint brick patio and alley. There is seating available outside pretty much as soon as the weather is warm enough in Spring until it gets too cold in the fall. The servers will happily bring you a bowl of water if you ask
Great for casual dining with your pooch, no matter how large. I've seen as many as 5 dogs out on the deck at one time. They provide bowls and fresh water, and what dog doesn't love that yummy barbecue.
Cullen's is very close to Wrigley Field, and offers an Irish-American menu. We love going there after Cubs games. During the summer and fall, dogs are welcome to sit in the outdoor cafe with their parents. The restaurant always has dog biscuits and water for their neighborhood furry friends as well as restaurant guests. For pet owners, the food portions are huge! I recommend their burgers and chicken sandwiches. They also have gooey desserts. We highly recommend this restaurant.
Along with my Dad and Mom, I first visited Cooper's A Neighborhood Eatery in July and we have become regular guests ever since. The wooden deck/patio on the east side of this cozy restaurant is a perfect place to relax outdoors while the humans dine al fresco on tempting items from Cooper's superb menu of comfort foods and specialty beers (in fact, my Dad says the Cooper's offers one of the best beer menus of any restaurant in Chicago!). The servers always smile when I wag my tail and they offer me a bowl of fresh water and an occasional treat. I can't wait until our next visit!
We have taken our dogs to the sidewalk dining section of Brasserie Jo many times and it is always wonderful for both humans and dogs. First class French/Alsatian bistro food and extremely pet friendly - they bring the dogs small plates of steak tartare and bowls of water. Not a cheap dinner but well worth it - the cuisine is top notch, the service terrific and they love dogs. What could be better?
I just returned from a week in Savannah which I spent with a group of my relatives that included three dogs. Clary's is a wonderful place to go for breakfast and take your dog. They have several tables outside and many dog owners go there. Very nice place.
This truly is a great place for my Harley and I to enjoy a grouper sandwich or my personal favorite, the dirty bird. Harley gets to watch the Harley's pull in and he loves the deck, being the people puppy that he is. I must say, if you need a place for you and your pooch to ponder and relax, the Grill is the place!
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Dog friendly patio. Affordable food served by a great staff. I love the cakes, my dogs enjoy the steamed broccoli.
This place is NUTS!! It's a coffee shop in an old convenience store but instead of a big parking area the majority of the lot has been fenced-in and covered with mulch to create a nice size off-leash dog park. It's super hot in Atlanta so I grabbed an Iced Latte (as good as anywhere else I've been) and sat in the park while my dog wrestled around with a handful of other dogs. She was completely tuckered out by the time we left. The coffee shop has a Cold Cereal Bar, first I've ever seen, and bakes cupcakes and such. They had doggie cupcakes and doggie ice cream!
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We took our long-haired akita to the Park Tavern on Piedmont Park. AWESOME!!! The food was great, the staff loved all the doggies and gave them fresh water in doggie bowls at each table. There are many tables and most people bring their dogs. The tavern is also a brewery. The park has a no leash part and a huge leashed part. There are always concerts, festivals, and the like right there in the park. It is beautiful and we can't wait to go back!!
ups and downs
Excellent food. The staff loves dogs. The only downside is that there are only two very small outside tables. So if you have a large dog, or a small dog with a lot of humans they can not accommodate you.
This is a fun restaurant to take your dog. The staff loves them and we even made friends with other dog owners there. Be sure to ask for a Lik-a-pup ice cream treat.
I write a column for Atlanta's Finest Dining called Dinner and a Date. This month I was looking for a pet-friendly restaurant and came upon Au Pied de Cochon. Their Pooches on Peachtree event is absolutely adorable. It's worth checking out, plus the food and wine is spectacular!!
Free WiFi, local beer selection, vegetarian options. The outside seating is covered so you and your pooch can dine together even in inclement weather. Good place to go after the dogpark, or if you are an out-of-towner seeing the specialists at the vet school.
This place is great. They offer a breakfast and lunch menu with everything from quiche or bacon and eggs OR salads and sandwiches. They also host an organic Farmer's Market Sat & Sun on site. Wonderful place for adults, children and dogs alike. There is chalk for the kids and sometimes dog bisquits for the pups. Fantastic atmosphere for you and your well behaved, leashed dog!
Trinket and Luna here. This is one of our favorite Restaurants. Mommie and Aunt like it too. They have fantastic Hamburgers. All kinds and favors, and Mommie says the prices are not bad. I just know I love the burgers. They are very tasty. They have lots of other food, but Luna and I love the burgers. Some people say I'm a little extrovert dachshund, but I'm just a little exuberant about hunting and finding good food. Still have not found that squirrel burger yet, but we're still looking. Luna likes to hang with me, and pretend to hunt, but she is a bonker. Luna just bonks everthing on the head. She also thinks she is captivating and gorgeous. Well, she is a papillon, but I'm ok with that. I'm a beautiful dachshund and a great hunter. They have very good water here and lot of great service and food. Hope to see you there.
This restaurant has something for everyone, from great seafood, steaks, pork chops to pizza and a kid's menu! Hard to go wrong at the Loggerhead grill! It's convenient too--gets you back to the pet friendly beaches of Cape San Blas faster--we time it to make it back for the beautiful sunsets. Do wear your bugspray when you go...makes it comfortable and enjoyable to eat outside!
This is the first place we hit when getting into Apalachicola. The oysters are huge and fresh, fixed every way you can imagine at a great price. Leashed dogs are allowed on the patio overlooking the water.
Pooches on the Patio Happy Hour, Saturdays from 12 - 4 p.m
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I've eaten here many times with my dog, he's always been welcome. The food is alright, mainly bar food, the crab balls are great. The cantina is right on the water, so it's a fun place to stop on a walk along the waterfront with your pup, even for just a drink. They'll even bring a dog bowl full of water out just for your dog. Sometimes there are other dogs already there hanging out with their dining owners, so it seems to be a popular place
Very dog friendly on their outdoor patio, hostess or server will gladly offer water for Nelson any time we are there, I always get him a grilled chicken breast that I order for him and they bring it out on a plate for him to eat on the ground.
This is a casual spot with outdoor dining on the front sidewalk. Space is tight so it's best if your dog will lie under your table. They will bring your pet a bowl of water. Service and food here are just average.
There is no greater spot to have the staff care for your little one. The servers, the managers and the Director of Food and Beverage all come out to personally welcome Dog Owners and their best friends. The Doggie Menu is amazing and the complimentary homemade dog bisquits (made by a Master Pastry Chef from Austria) are delicious. We tried them....
Zoka's was a blast! We took our Newfoundland who was greeted at the door, shown to her "table", and provided a menu. She got treats and the owner told us that when she has her birthday that she can have a doggy birthday cake that is fresh baked. P.S. we had a great meal also. Incredible food!!
Absolutely wonderful! Clean, comfortable, extremely dog and people friendly. Excellent, freshly prepared breakfast, lunch and dinner. Separate dog menu including wet/dry, adult/puppy and snacks/treats. People menu has a decent selection as well. It is possible to order healthy, yet tasty dishes here. Even the pickiest child will enjoy the chicken fingers, which are REAL chicken with choice of sides including REAL mashed potatoes and vegetables. My son, of course, went with the fries and loved them. Blueberry, my 3 year old Golden Retriever, was treated like a queen. Reasonable prices for the quality and amount of food, particularly considering that it is a small, mountain town and we visited at the height of tourist season.
Its great for your dog.... WHEN the patio is open, no patio, no dogs
This is a market/cafe one of my favorite lower downtown establishments. Gourmet food and people watching, I kick back my feet and relax with my pooch under my chair.
It's Aspen elegant. In the summer, sit on their patio under wide awnings or umbrellas. I usually prefer the shade, but whether we sit in sun or shade, the maitre d' always brings me a big water bowl and some treats while my owners feast on gourmet salads, pasta or seafood for lunch and amazingly delicious and creative stuff for dinner. The linens are extravagant and the wine list is extensive (though I myself don't drink.) Bottom line is: we all leave happy and satisfied. PS- In the winter months, they let us eat together inside at low tables in front of a fire in the lounge!
Good Food, alright for pets
It's quintessential Aspen. Sit at Ajax Tavern in the winter and watch the skiers fly down the mountain and stop right in front of you. Come in summer and look out at cascading flowers and beautiful Aspen Mountain. Either time of year, be sure to start your meal with their amazing truffle fries. After that, there are interesting salads and sandwiches for lunch and gourmet mediterranean specialties for dinner. Their cocktails are not to be missed either (or so I've heard). Whether we're there for lunch, dinner or sunday brunch, they always treat me well with a big bowl of water and lots of pets.
Communal water bowl, great food and a heated patio!
Lots of outside eating and always a few fur kids there having breakfast, lunch or dinner. Good food too!
Excellent Food, Service, and very dog friendly at the outside tables
With outdoor "sidewalk" seating and complementary "doggie bowl" for water, this place is a A+ for East Bay dog lovers. On weekends it can get busy and the outside tables are coveted, so there can be a wait. The staff is friendly and the food is fantastic - it was just voted "Best of the East Bay" for both breakfast AND best portions...enough said.
Dakota is a great dining destination for you and your pets! They have a spacious and well-landscaped patio, with two distinct dining areas for people with pets, a completely-shaded cement floored area, and a dirt and pea graveled, umbrella-shaded area. The human food is delicious fare, and my greyhound and whippet love the dog dish of water and biscuits that they get right away! A definite must-do for Tucson pet owners and their furry friends!
Great secret of Tempe. Feels like you have left the state. We were allowed to bring our golden retriever and sit at the tree covered bar or in the area reserved for happy hour or parties behind the bar area. Great food, upscale special occasion atmosphere. Nice wine selection.
Orange Table is a full service restaurant (open for breakfast, lunch & dinner). Dogs are always welcome. The patio is almost as big as the restaurant inside. Fabulous food, great service, lots of dogs of all sizes. The staff loves dogs and people who appreciate good food
This is a great spot located on a 26 mile trail that leads from Scottsdale to Tempe. The trail takes you along golf courses & parks. In the Raw is right next to one of the lakes on the trail. Plenty of grass for our four legged pals. They have outdoor misters & a fire hydrant fountain (yep a fire hydrant). Staff & owner are all very enjoyable & friendly. A great place to spend time w/Fido as well as having great products
Fabulous food - Quaint European style outdoor cafe. The staff is dog friendly and goes out of its way to bring water and give your dogs love. Also, in conjunction with the "doggie bakery" next door, they have "Yappy Hour" every Wednesday night, with great wine specials. Only drawback, is that it is in a pretentious and busy upscale shopping mall (outdoor), so there is a lot of foot traffic. If you don't have calm dogs, this may not be the place you are looking for.
This is a great place to enjoy a casual lunch with your pets or kids. Located in a pecan grove, there are scattered picnic benches and plenty of room to throw a frisbee or just sit in the sun. The food is healthy, fresh from the garden type stuff. I don't believe you can take your pets inside to order your food (I may be wrong)- if you have someone with you, they can just wait outside with your fur babies while you order.
This restaurant is SOOO... AWESOME!!! It's got a laid back jig to it. Downstairs there are many items that are for sale besides their delicious foods, there are ceramic bowls; Doggie items; knick knacks; Fun cookbooks; things from many different locations, and many many mobiles are hanging up which are great to look at. Outside you can definitely sit your pooch down and just go on in and ask for a cup/bowl of water for your pooch, they'd be happy to get it for you! I LOVE THIS PLACE!!!
Great Pub, bad for extras!
Great downtown pub that allows dogs at outside tables (on leash of course).
Nice, but no perks
Great Atmosphere and Food, but minimal extras for the pooches!
A very upscale resturant, with a lovely outside patio. Koi ponds, and piped in music! Service is excellent, as is the food. Most diners love the dogs as much as the owners. All the personnel have to make over your pet as they walk past the table. Just ask for a table outside and they will assist you!Five Paws, for the food and the atmosphere!
Pretty much only allows dogs.. no added bonuses!! ;) We all know we love those!
We have always taken our dog here and the staff just love him and he loves them. We of course sit outside and he is given a water bowl, plus a cookie. Very Impressed. Lefty\'s in Qualicum is the same,
Basically anything on the menu is awesome. In the summer, the picnic tables in the back or on the roof are too cool! Best to keep the dogs away from the horses--bring to the picnic area and chow down.
They have all sorts of fondues, salads, steaks etc. Outside, in front of the restaurant are six tables (be early!) and I was allowed to sit there with my human companions. I didn't ask for it but they even brought me a big bowl with fresh water!
A pretty ok place...considering the price.. Not the best quality but friendly people and it gets the job done for a weekend
One of the Two well known pet friendly Hotels in Calgary!
One of the two pet friendly hotels in Calgary!
no pets allowed
no pets allowed
Not Pet Friendly
Not pet Friendly
Not Pet Friendly
Cozy, basic for pet needs.
Nice hotel, pretty basic when it comes to pets needs.
Never had a dog here, but it is not a bad campsite, the only downfall being not much privacy
Very friendly staff, love the adoption days
Small but great vet clinic
PJ's Pets is a store that sells Puppies and Kitties directly from the mills. Bad living conditions for all of the animals while they are there.
Its pretty good
Small, with some limited selection, but in general the staff are great to work with and they have some hard to find treats! Love the free calendar :)
Puppy Training was good, and looked like it is well set up for agility and flyball courses. Staff was great to work with.
Puppy courses were great, and looked like a good set up for agility and flyball training. Staff was great to work with, and small but nice shop in front of building.
PJ's Pets is a store that sells Puppies and Kitties directly from the mills. Bad living conditions for the animals while they are there.
A good one
This Pet cetera is a great store. It it is awesome to always be able to see dogs from a local Rescue, that are up for adoption.
Generally a great place to shop. Lots of variety. Not a fan of their discrimination against Pit breeds.
Gross conditions, carefully hidden. Sells puppy's directly from mills. Pups are often sick in their cages, and incidents of different types of animals escaping and hurting each other occur often.
Great organization, that put's the word out to adopt. Good "advertising" in Petcetera locations around edmonton.