The puptown of Taos is found in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This pawsome place is located in New Mexico and is home to some pawsome dog friendly oppawtunities. To keep your canine fit and healthy, there are six veterinary clinics and animal hospitals located in Taos.
Your pup will love to run around in Kit Carson Park! Here, there is a sniff-tastic walking trail that you can follow, as well as some pawsome amenities you can use. This includes soccer fields, baseball fields, a picnic shelter, basketball court and tennis court.
Another puptastic green spot in town for your canine is Fred Baca Park! There is a 0.5 mile walking loop here for some exercise, as well as grass for your pooch. In addition, there are furrific amenities, which includes a tennis court, basketball court, playground for the kids and picnic areas.
Check out Taos' pawsome dog friendly eateries, such as Martyrs Steakhouse, which is the best place in town for enjoying some premium ribeye steak, as well as salmon and filet mignon. This fine dining steakhouse welcomes beloved companions out on the patio. Another puptastic place you can visit is La Cueva Café, where you can dig into some delicious Mexican food like tacos, enchiladas and tortilla soup. What’s more, there is a furrific patio where there are dog friendly tables! It is also shaded for your canine.
Come and have a barking good time with your pup in Taos!
When you are out and about exploring Taos with your furry friend, you are bound to get hungry! When your stomach starts to growl, head on over to Alley Catina for some lunch or dinner. Here you can get your paws into some delicious Southwest-Mex food, such as tacos, burgers, wings, quesadillas and pulled pork, as well as enjoy a margarita, tequila or beer. In addition, there is entertainment throughout the week, such includes live music and happy hour. Of course, this puptastic place is dog friendly and there is a patio with tables that you can sit out at if your doggo is leashed – bone-a-petit!
Are you visiting Taos and need a dog friendly place to stay for the night with your furry friend? Then you can check in to the pawsome El Monte Sagrado Resort. Here you are welcome to bring one pup weighing up to 30 Ibs or two canines weighing up to 30 Ibs. This will cost you an additional fee for your stay. You can leave your beloved companion unattended if you have to pop out, as long as he or she is crate trained. There are some puptastic amenities you can use here, which includes spa services, breakfast facilities, internet access and a fitness center.
Just two miles from Taos, you will find the puptastic puptown of El Prado! Here you can head to the Taos Mesa Brewing with your furry friend. This pawsome place serves up some delicious and traditional pub food, such as burgers, sandwiches, wings and nachos for the whole family to enjoy, as well as a selection of furrific beers you have got to try. In addition, there is a stage where there is often live music performed. Since this place is dog friendly, there are also tables outside where your beloved companion is welcome to join you while you get your paws into some tasty grub!
Do you love to try out new dog friendly eateries? Then you will love what is on offer over in the puptown of Angel Fire! This is a furiendly place that is located just 24 miles from Taos, which means you can head here for the afternoon with your pooch for some lunch. You can stop by the Firefly Café and dig into some delicious burritos and burgers, as well as grab a coffee so that you can keep up with your energized pup. There is a nice patio where you can sit out and enjoy some fresh air with your canine.
To go on an adventure with your furry friend, jump in the car and head to the puptown of Eagle Nest! This pawsome place is not far from Taos and it is home to the furrific Eagle Nest Lake State Park. This is a beautiful place where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some hiking with your canine. There are sniff-tastic trails for tails that you can follow, as well as the oppawtunity to spot some wildlife that live here. Of course, you can also fish out on the lake since there are trout and salmon here. All pups are welcome at Eagle Nest Lake State Park, as long as he or she remains on leash.