Figuring out what to do with your pets when you go on a trip can be a major headache. Boarding your pets quickly becomes expensive, and finding a reliable pet-sitter is difficult. Fortunately, traveling to Spokane doesn’t mean that you have to leave your furry friends behind. With a wide variety of
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Even though you may not be able to get away with bringing your dog inside a restaurant, there are several eateries in the area that will allow a well-behaved pup to accompany you in outdoor seating areas. Open seasonally, the Park Bench Cafe, located in Manito Park, is a great place to walk your dog and stop for a bite in the summer. If you’re simply looking for a quick cup o’ joe, Atticus Coffee & Gifts has a small outdoor seating area that is
There is no shortage of outdoor activities to do with your dogs while you’re in Spokane. The abundance of state and city parks makes it easy to find a place to take your dog out for some play and exercise. Explore over 100 miles of sights, sounds and smells at Riverside State Park or hop onto the Centennial Trail and venture through 37 miles of paved trail that runs through downtown Spokane and Riverfront Park. Pets are allowed in most Washington state and city parks, but must be under physical control on a leash. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches. If you’re looking for a place to let your dog off the leash, the SpokAnimal Dog Park at High Bridge is a great place to let your pup run free.