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Let’s Bring Fido to the True Northwest

Who said having a good time with your pooch had to be inconvenient?

From cafes and restaurants to parks and one-of-a-kind experiences that will have your dog's tail wagging all the way home, Seattle NorthCountry is a dog-lover's delight. Discover the dozens of pup-friendly businesses that cater to you and your tail-wagger right here in Seattle NorthCountry.

Breweries

Next to dog parks, breweries in Seattle NorthCountry are the most hospitable recreational businesses for dog's and their owners. So much so that they couldn't all fit on this list. Check them out.

Cafes

Cafes are another popular choice for dog owners, especially during spring and summer months when dogs can relish in their breezy outdoor seating.


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Restaurants

Several restaurants are happy to host you and your dog. It’s your pick between Asian, classic Italian, or Latin fusion cuisines. Just remember to bring the leash!

Dog Parks

The list would be incomplete without mentioning all of the dog parks Seattle NorthCountry has to offer. Take your pick and get ready for a dog-filled adventure.

  • Offleash Area at Edmonds Marina Beach Park
  • Strawberry Fields Dog Park
  • Howarth Beach Dog Park
  • Mountlake Terrace Off-leash Dog Park
  • Loganberry Lane
  • Lowell Dog Park
  • Tails and Trails


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One-of-a-kind Dog Experiences

Some businesses cater specifically to creating memorable experiences just for man's best friend. Perfect for Doggo's birthday or any day.

Visit any one of these shops to find your dogs new favorite toy or treat.

Retail

All of these retail locations welcome their customers and their canine companions at all locations, including right here in Seattle NorthCountry.

  • Half Price Books
  • Michael’s
  • Hobby Lobby
  • Ross

Farmers Markets

Farmer's markets are a top choice for family-friendly and dog-friendly fun. Seattle NorthCountry has seven to explore. Note that these markets are open seasonally, so check their websites before you go.

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Shari Shephard