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Dog Gone Clean [view the full listing]

10501 Ne Highway 99
Vancouver, WA 98686
(360) 576-8114

 
5posted: January 30th, 2011

Clean for Christmas


2010 - We were in Cannon Beach, OR for the Christmas holidays. Dog Gone Clean saw Otto right before the holiday (I did book several days before we left) and he was wonderfully clean for out visit. The staff was wonderful, you can see them work and it's clear they have a great love of dogs. Otto was spotless, clearly had a great time and didn't mind if he stayed all day. All this for $28 - what a bargain! We're going back to Cannon Beach in February and Otto will be making a return visit. I couldn't recommend them more.

 

Long Beach KOA [view the full listing]

1509 H 101
Ilwaco, WA 98624
(360) 642-3292

 
3posted: September 10th, 2007

Some breed restrictions...


Dogs of all sizes are allowed. There are no additional pet fees. Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after. There is an off leash fenced in area for dogs also. There are some breed restrictions. This RV park is closed during the off-season. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.

 

Loganberry Lane Off-Leash Area [view the full listing]

18th Ave. W.
Everett, WA 98204
(425) 257-8300

 
5posted: September 9th, 2007

All Day play!


Yipee! 6am to 10pm.

 

Fay Bainbridge State Park [view the full listing]

15446 Sunrise Drive NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(888) 226-7688

 
5posted: September 9th, 2007

Want to swim?


This 17 acre marine camping park, with 1,420 feet of saltwater shoreline, offers excellent scenery and a host of water and land recreation. Dogs of all sizes are allowed at no additional fee. Dogs may not be left unattended, and they must be leashed and cleaned up after. Dogs are not allowed in park buildings, however they are allowed on the trails. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.

 

Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park [view the full listing]

3735 Capilano Road
North Vancouver, BC V7R 4J1
Canada
(604) 985-7474

 
4posted: September 9th, 2007

Better not be afraid of heights!


This is Vancouver's oldest and most famous attraction which draws over 800,000 visitors each year. The park is home to the world's greatest suspension footbridge, which was original built in 1889. Today's bridge is the fourth bridge at this location. It spans 450 feet across and is 230 feet above the Capilano River. Located on the other side of the bridge is a West Coast rain forest. The forest is a popular attraction for visitors and offers trails that pass by trout ponds and old growth evergreens. The park's trails are located in the rain forest and some of the trails offer interactive displays that explain the local flora and fauna. Near the main entrance you can visit the Totem Park with over 25 authentic totem poles from the 1930s. Then stop by the Big House which features First Nations carvers who explain and demonstrate their skills, and techniques. Walk through the Story Centre, where you can pose with the "tramps", view artifacts, antiques and hear "voices from the past". While there at the park, dine at the outdoor tables at either the Bridge House Restaurant or the Canyon Cafe and Logger's Grill. Dogs on leash are allowed everywhere except in the Trading Post Gift Shop and inside the restaurants. Tour greeters and guides are available at the park for complimentary history and nature tours from May to October. The bridge and park are open daily except for Christmas Day. Summer hours are 8:30am until dusk and winter hours are 9am to 5pm. This park is located just 10 minutes from downtown Vancouver. To get there, go through Stanley Park, over the Lions Gate Bridge and go north 1 mile on Capilano Road. From the Trans-Canada Highway, take the Capilano road exit and go north for a half a mile.

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BC Ferries [view the full listing]

1112 Fort Street
Victoria, BC V8V 4V2
Canada
(250) 386-3431

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

BC, Canada ferry service


Pets are allowed on most of the BC ferries, including the route from Vancouver to Victoria. This route departs from Tsawwassen which is south of Vancouver and arrives at Swartz Bay, which is north of Victoria. You will need to bring your car on the ferry in order to visit most of the dog-friendly places in Victoria. Dogs are only allowed on the open air car deck and must stay in the car or tied in a designated pet area. Owners must stay with their pets. The travel time for this route is approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes. Guide dogs and certified assistance dogs are not required to stay on the car decks.

 

Three Dog Bakery [view the full listing]

2186 W 4th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6K 1N6
Canada
(888) 433-3647

 
5posted: September 9th, 2007

Must be leashed, but the snacks sure are good!


They have cookies and snacks for your dog as well as some boutique items. You well-behaved, leashed dog is welcome.

 

Doggy Style Deli [view the full listing]

985 Denman Street
Vancouver, BC V6G 2M3
Canada
(604) 488-0388

 
5posted: September 9th, 2007

Cool!


This retailer of health conscious companion animal food operates a great "dog-centric" delicatessen/diner designed to accommodate our four-legged friends. The tables and booths have been lowered, and a "no-fault, no-problem" piddle policy is all part of their efforts to provide a comfortable setting for your pet. Specializing in the PANDEAN diet (pasteurized, nutrient dense and all natural), their meal offerings are freshly prepared daily and served in silver bowls. Owners are welcome to bring in their own lunch and/or drinks, because this dining experience is for your pet; there is no people food service. Summer hours are from 11 am to 7 pm on Monday and Tuesday, and from 10 am to 7 pm Wednesday through Sunday. Winter hours are 11 am to 6 pm on Monday and Tuesday; 10 am to 7 pm Wednesday through Saturday, and 10 am to 6 pm on Sunday. Well behaved dogs need not be on lead when inside the restaurant.

 

O.K. Boot Corral [view the full listing]

205 Carrall Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 2J2
Canada
(604) 684-2668

 
4posted: September 9th, 2007

Shop in historic Gastown with Fido!


Only well-behaved leashed dogs are allowed inside this store. They offer boots, hats, replica antique firearms, and accessories like belt buckles. The store is located in Historic Gastown.

 

Sunrise Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

1950 Windermere Street
Vancouver, BC V5M 3R2
Canada
(604) 257-8613

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Limited Hours and access to park...


The unfenced off-leash area is available for off-leash play from 5 am to 10 am and 5 pm to 10 pm. Dogs are not allowed on the sports fields or the playground but the rest of the park is off-leash during off-leash hours.

 

Strathcona Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

857 Malkin Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6A 2K5
Canada
(604) 257-8613

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Limited Hours...


Unfenced off-leash area is available for off-leash play from 5 am to 10 am and 5 pm to 10 pm.

 

Quilchena Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

4590 Magnolia Street
Vancouver, BC V6J 4B5
Canada
(604) 257-8689

 
5posted: September 9th, 2007

Play ALL DAY!!!


Unfenced off-leash area is available for off-leash play from 6 am to 10 pm.

 

Nelson Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

1030 Bute Street
Vancouver, B V6E 1Z1
Canada
(604) 257-8400

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Completely redoing park


*Currently closed. Limited hours in the past - 6 am to 8 am and 5 pm to 10 pm. Dogs are not allowed inside the school fence. Will update when re0pen. Looks like it's going to be great!

 

Nat Bailey Stadium Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

4601 Ontario Street
Vancouver, BC V5V 3H4
Canada
(604) 257-8689

 
5posted: September 9th, 2007

Off-leash all day!


off-leash from 6 am to 10 pm. The park is located one block north of E 33rd Avenue and on the west side of Ontario Street. Nice park on quiet street.

 

Kingcrest Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

4150 Knight Street
Vancouver, BC V5N 3M2
Canada
(604) 257-8613

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Limited Hours


Off-leash hours from 5 am to 10 am and 5 pm - 10 pm.

 

Jones Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

5350 Commercial Street
Vancouver, BC V5P 3N3
Canada

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Limited Hours...


Off-leash play from 5 am to 10 am and 5 pm to 10 pm.

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Falaise Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

3434 Falaise Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5M 4C1
Canada
(604) 257-8613

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Limited Hours


The unfenced dog off-leash area is open for off-leash play from 5 am to 10 am and 5 pm to 10 pm. HOWEVER, the area closest to the neighboring school is ONLY off-leash from 5 am to 8 am. Please see the signs outlining the off-leash areas. Dogs must be well-behaved, have a current license, leashed outside of the off-leash areas and cleaned up after.

 

Balaclava Park Off-Leash Dog Park [view the full listing]

4594 Balaclava Street
Vancouver, BC V6L 2T2
Canada

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Limited Hours


Unfenced dog off-leash area open for off-leash play from 7 am to 10 am and 5 pm to 10 pm. Dogs must be well-behaved and cleaned up after. The park is located at Carnarvon and Balaclava Streets at West 29th and West 31st Avenues.

 

CRAB Park at Portside Off-Leash Dog Water Access and Dog Park [view the full listing]

101 E Waterfront Road
Vancouver, BC V6A 4K3
Canada
(604) 257-8400

 
3posted: September 9th, 2007

Dogs go swimming!


The CRAB Park unfenced dog off-leash area and dog beach open from 6 am to 10 am and 5 pm to 10 pm. The off-leash area is the east side of the park. Dogs are not allowed in the area of the playground. Dogs must be well-behaved, have a current license, leashed outside of the off-leash areas and cleaned up after.

 

Queen's Park Dog Park [view the full listing]

1st Street and Queens Ave.
New Westminster, BC .
Canada

 
4posted: August 25th, 2007

The place to party!


This park can get busy at times but the safety factor makes it worth it! Can get wet, but then so does every other off-leash park in the Lower Mainland!

 

Oak Animal Hospital [view the full listing]

3887 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 2M6
Canada
(604) 739-7111

 
3edited: August 25th, 2007

Open seven days a week!!!


We were in a time crunch when Otto needed tick and tapeworm treatment no less than 24 hours but no more than 48 hours before our flight to England. Even though Oak isn't that close to us, they were there when we needed them!

posted: August 25th, 2007

 

Tantalus Resort Lodge [view the full listing]

4200 Whistler Way RR 4
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
Canada
60493241

 
5posted: March 3rd, 2007

Tantalus Resort Lodge


This is a pawsome place! Two bedrooms, two baths with full kitchen. They have a bus that will take you the two minute trip to the mountain so you don't have to worry about parking when you get there. I give it five paws!

 

Tantalus Resort Lodge [view the full listing]

4200 Whistler Way
Whistler, BC 0N 1B4
Canada
60493241

 
5posted: March 2nd, 2007

Tantalus Resort Lodge


What a great place!!! Assistance dogs are welcome in all parts of the Resort. Friendly +++

 

Huff Animal Hospital [view the full listing]

1512 56th street
Delta, BC V4L 2A8
Canada
(604) 943-1124

 
5posted: February 24th, 2007

Great Vet!


Group practice, but every vet is wonderful! The staff is caring, too. The only vet we visit when we are in the country!

 

Woofgang Pet Supplies Inc [view the full listing]

3356 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC V5Z 2W5
Canada
60487687

 
5posted: February 22nd, 2007

Two thumbs up - if I had thumbs!


Without a doubt, this is the place I would choose to for all my gifts! Personalized dog biscuits and everything else the discerning dog could wish for!

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Amherst Veterinary Hospital Ltd [view the full listing]

2083 Alma St.
Vancouver, BC V6R 4N6
Canada
6042217

 
4posted: February 22nd, 2007

Free Parking!


A bit out of the way if you are in downtown, but they're good and they have free parking!

 

barking babies [view the full listing]

1188 homer st
vancouver, bc v6b 3g2
Canada
(604) 647-2275

 
4posted: February 22nd, 2007

The sky's the limit!


With clothing from Juicy Couture for Dogs and "top-secret lines from Tokyo" exclusive to Vancouver, make sure to bring your credit card!

 

Spoiled Rotten [view the full listing]

8073 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6P 4Z5
Canada
(604) 266-7387

 
4posted: February 22nd, 2007

Dog spa


Very up scale! Want to schedule myself for an afternoon!

 

Star Pets Only [view the full listing]

1255 Pacific Boulevard
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R6
Canada
(604) 899-1220

 
3posted: February 22nd, 2007

fashion accessories


Lots of expensive fashions for the tiny pooch as well as the normal pet supples.

 

Van Pet [view the full listing]

1065 Hamilton Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 2W9
Canada
(604) 687-8933

 
4posted: February 22nd, 2007

Big dog clothes!


This is the only pet supply store I know of in this neighborhood that sells clothing for large dogs! The staff is helpful and will let you try different clothing on your dog.

 

Vancouver Animal Emergency Clinic Ltd. [view the full listing]

1590 West 4th Ave.
Vancouver, BC V6J 1L7
Canada
60473451

 
4posted: February 22nd, 2007

Vancouver Animal Emergency Clinic Ltd.


Great care, but expensive. No lab on site. Compassionate staff and all records are faxed to your regular vet right away.

 

Coopers Park [view the full listing]

1020 Marinaside Crescent
Vancouver, BC V6Z 3A3
Canada

 
5posted: February 22nd, 2007

Be there or be square!


This is my favorite off leash park in Vancouver. It's safe and the other dogs are well behaved and friendly. So are their owners! I try to get there whenever I'm in town. The only negative is that no fresh water is available so you have to remember to bring some. If you forget, everyone is willing to share!

 

Yaletown Pet Hospital [view the full listing]

79 Smithe St
Vancouver, BC V6B 1C3
Canada
wwwyaletown

 
5posted: February 22nd, 2007

Yaletown Pet Hospital


Dr. Spooner is excellent. He and his staff are wonderful to all their clients and work with you to keep your dog as healthy as possible. I love to visit, even if I'm not feeling well!