Palm Beach County is one of the most pet-friendly communities in the Country. There are plenty of places to bring your pets where both you and they can have a good time. Here are some things to do in the Palm Beaches with your dog.
Dog Parks are rapidly appearing across the nation and The Palm Beaches are home to many beautiful grounds through Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation. Be sure to check out the new Lake Woof Dog Park located in John Prince Park in Lake Worth. This four-acre grassland is equipped with five fenced-in enclosures with three separate sections for small, medium and large dogs, five covered gazebos, multiple dog wash stations, and several water fountains. Along with Lake Woof Dog Park, The Palm Beaches are home to many other dog parks. Jupiter is also in the process of building a park that pups and owners are guaranteed to enjoy.
Use the correct dog park etiquette: picking up after your dog, keeping your dog on a leash until you are in the permitted off-leash areas, and paying attention to your dog to ensure they aren’t playing too rough with the others.
Take a stroll down Worth Avenue and when window shopping gets the best of you, stop for a drink at one the four dog-watering fountains around town. Pet Park at CityPlace in West Palm Beach spoils your canine by providing a shady patch of grass with a water fountain accessible. Your pup can rehydrate after a long day of shopping and sniffing.
Clematis by Night takes place on Thursday nights in downtown West Palm Beach. Dog friends are always welcomed at this waterfront hot spot. You and your pup can experience a night on the town with live music and entertainment all around.
Looking to give your dog a unique experience?
Sign your pal up for surfing lessons. Located just north of Jupiter Reef Club, the dog beach is the prime spot for weekend surf lessons.
While you are out and about in The Palm Beaches, stop by one of the pet-friendly restaurants so you and your canine can refuel. Boston’s on the Beach in Delray is just one example of the pet-friendly places to eat in The Palm Beaches. Their covered patio and Pooch Menu featuring pet-friendly Bowser Beer is a hit for dogs and their owners. Just north in West Palm Beach, is the vegetarian restaurant, Darbster. Named after the owner’s late poodle, Darby, all profits of this eatery go to the Darbster Animal Rescue Organization.