Las Vegas locals may find themselves with some extra time off this month. Your days will probably be filled with holiday shopping, meeting with friends and family, and catching up on your hobbies. While you’re planning your holiday adventures, check out some pet friendly things to do in Las Vegas. Take a trip to one of these dog friendly places so you can take your most loyal friend along for the ride.
Places to Go with Your Dog in Las Vegas
Dine with your dog
A delicious meal makes a family gathering even more special. We’re sure no one in your family appreciates a happy belly and quality time more than your dog. Although it may be winter, as Las Vegas locals know, we’re never short on sunshine or dining patios.
Most restaurants with patios are accommodating to dogs; some even offer a water bowl and snacks to your furry friend. Lazy Dog Restaurant in Downtown Summerlin offers a comfortable patio and a delicious meal, of either chicken or a hamburger patty with rice, to doggy guests.
If you’re meeting friends for a drink, there are dog friendly places for coffee and alcohol. The Beat Coffeehouse & Records allows leashed pets to sit inside while you sip your cappuccino. Bars with patios also sometimes allow leashed pets.
Play with your pet
Las Vegas locals can wrap up in a warm coat and visit some of the most dog friendly places in and around the city— parks! For those of you who have an adventurous pup, take a hike at Valley of Fire, Red Rock, Mount Charleston, or any other local trail. If you and your pooch enjoy socializing, visit one of Las Vegas’s local dog parks. Make a day out of it and pack a picnic for the two of you to share.
If you’re going to be shopping this holiday season, shop with your dog at a dog friendly outdoor mall like The District in Henderson, Town Square, or Downtown Summerlin.
Snooze with your snuggle pal
If you want to pamper your pooch during your time off, you can find dog-friendly places to plan a staycation. Many hotels on The Strip offer rooms you can book for you and your pet for a fee. Some even offer in-room dining.
You might get busy with holiday planning and visiting family this season. Find out how Let’s Join Paws caregivers can help take some stress off by caring for your most important family member.