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Colorado is well-known for being dog-friendly, so much so that the official state pet is the shelter dog! But one Colorado city, in particular, is leading the pack - Colorado Springs. Named as one of the pet-friendliest cities in the United States, it's safe to say this city has gone to the dogs. With an estimated 60 percent of households having canine-family members, it only makes sense that the city would move toward creating the dog-friendliest atmosphere possible. 

The list of animal shelters, societies, and charities in the city is lengthy, but a few have reached notably popularity. One of these shelters, Pals Forever Animal Rescue,  is a non-profit organization that operates as an all-volunteer rescue with a focus on helping homeless pets. They believe in integrity, sharing resources, and stopping at nothing to find homes for animals in their region. Another organization, The Misfits Dog Rescue, is a foster-based rescue that operates without an established shelter. Instead, their pups are fostered in private homes until they're adopted. As a smaller organization, their primary goal is to match dogs on death row with fur-ever homes and families. 

One of the most notable organizations in Colorado Springs is the National Mill Dog Rescue. A non-profit organization that services Colorado Springs, the organization has saved over 12,315 dogs and is constantly expanding. This organization focuses on rescuing, rehabilitating, and re-homing discarded breeding dogs while educating the public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry. 

Upcoming Dog Friendly Events in Colorado Springs

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    #1 Pawtober Fest

    Taking a page from the notable Oktoberfest, Pawtoberfest is an annual festival devoted to dogs in Colorado Springs. The festival, held at Bear Creek Regional Park, brings animals, and their owners, together for an important purpose - to help the region's Humane Society care for the lost, abandoned, and abused pups in the area. But Pawtoberfest isn't all business. The festival features a two-mile dog walk, craft brews for you, and more than 75 sponsors and vendors! Further, you and your pup can enjoy live music, dogility demonstrations, pet contests, and tons of food trucks. There's even a bonus 5k that you and your pup can participate in! 

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    Duration 11am-9pm

    #2 Pub Dog Colorado

    Of all the dog-friendly activities available in Colorado Springs, one of the must-sees is the Pub Dog, the only indoor-dog restaurant in the state of Colorado. Dogs aren't just welcomed here, they're encouraged! You and your fluffy friend can eat together inside and outside, or, your doggo can run around the fully-fenced, 3,000 square ft. area while you chow down. Even better, the Pub Dog is located minutes away from Red Rocks Open Space and Bear Creek Dog Park, one of the most pawpular dog parks in the city!
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    #3 Colorado Jeep Tours

    We know you want to explore all Colorado has to offer in the most adventurous ways - and we know you probably want to bring your doggo along with you. Luckily, Colorado Jeep Tours understands this and welcomes pooches on their guided tours along the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, Red Canyon Park and the Gold Belt Scenic Byway. Reservations are required for you and your pups, and if your dog is too big to sit on your lap, you'll have to pay for a spare seat for him. Prices, starting at $63, will vary based on the tour you choose!
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    Duration Dawn-Dusk

    #4 Doggy Hikes

    Hiking in Colorado is a much-loved pastime. People travel from all over the world to explore Colorado's trails, so you and your pup really shouldn't miss out! Tons of trails are pup-friendly and pup-encouraged, equipped with signs for rules on puppy manners and doggy-pick-up bags, too. Check out some of the popular hikes like Cheyenne Mountain State Park with specific trails you can bring your hound on, and even a separate off-leash dog park. The Broadmoor's Seven Falls, a 1,400 foot-wall box canyon welcomes you and your pup for some classic Colorado scenery. Other areas like Pikes Peak, Peterson Air Force Base, and Garden of the Gods allow you to bring your leashed-pup, too!
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    #5 Parks for Your Pup

    Colorado Springs takes dog parks to the next level. Not only can you choose from hundreds of different parks, you can also visit one of USA Today's 10 "Amazing Dog Parks," here as well. The notable park, Bear Creek Dog Park, is a 25-acre, off-leash park that has designated two entire acres specifically to dogs under 25 pounds. Here, you and your pup can enjoy dozens of trails, splash together in the creek, and meet other local pups, too! Another popular park, Rampart Dog Park, offers you and Fido mulch hills, agility obstacles built into the landscape, and plenty of room to run leash-free. Don't forget to check out the other parks Colorado Springs has to offer, like the no-frills Cheyenne Meadows Dog Park, the shady Arkansas Riverwalk Dog park, and the Garden of the Gods Off-Leash Dog Area.
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