Beverly Hills is an upbeat and pupular city in Los Angeles County, California. While everyone knows Beverly Hills for famous celebrities, movie stars and Rodeo Drive, this city is also very dog friendly! You will find seven veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in the area.
To burn some energy and exercise your furry friend, you can head to La Cienega Park. This public park welcomes dogs, as long as they are on leash. Here you will find a jogging track that your pup will love to stretch his legs on. In addition, Roxbury Park is a popular spot for walking pups and bringing the family for a day out; your dog’s tail will definitely be wagging all day long!
There are also a host of cafes and restaurants that encourage customers to bring their dogs with them to enjoy their food. For some Italian favorites, check out Piccolo Paradiso, or for freshly bakes bread and subs, head to Jersey Mike’s Subs. For a real challenge, why not try the XXXL burger at Fat Burger? The outdoor tables mean your pup doesn’t have to stay at home!
If you need a place to stay with your furry friend, the Beverly Hills Hotel welcomes dogs of any size for a small additional fee. Your pup is also treated to a comfortable bed, food and water bowls, and a personalized dog cookie to make him feel at home. Bone-a-petit!
Don’t leave your pup at home; bring him to Beverly Hills High! There are plenty of pawsome places where you can enjoy a bite to eat that welcomes your dog. For a sweet treat, you will love the choice at the Champagne French Bakery Cafe, or for some fresh coffee, don’t miss out at the Urth Caffe. Both of these places have outdoor tables to relax at with your pup. For upscale dining, check out 208 Rodeo that offers a scrumptious menu and an outdoor patio where your dog is welcome to join you. If you need accommodation for the night, you are sure to have a pup-tastic stay at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Here you can bring your furry friend for no additional fee.
When it comes to dining in Platinum Triangle, there are lots of puptastic options. Treat yourself to a tasty snack at Sprinkles Cupcakes. This is the first cupcake bakery in the world, and offers a host of mouth-watering cupcake flavors. There are a few dog friendly tables on the front sidewalk where your furry friend can enjoy the sunshine. Dogs are also welcome at Oliver Café and Lounge, with a range of delicious dishes and outdoor pup friendly tables. To vacation with your dog, you can book a room at the Crescent Hotel. Here you can enjoy a great location and a pawsome room with two dogs for an additional fee.
When you are in the neighborhood, you can’t miss out on a visit to the Beverly Hills Community Dog Park! This is where your dog can have his day, with fenced areas for off-leash fun. There are separate areas for small and large dogs to run and roam, as well as the chance to make new furry friends. There are park rangers here, so it is important that your dog is registered with the city and has a dog park tag to enjoy this pawsome place. If you are hungry after all that fun, you can enjoy some local produce at Lemonade. Your dog is welcome to join you, with lots of outdoor tables to watch the world go by.
For a casual stroll with your pup, head to the beautiful, Beverly Gardens Park. Here you can bring your dog on leash and enjoy art sculptures and flowers, as well as take a photo with the Beverly Hills sign. The Will Rogers Memorial Park is also a pawsome place to wander around with your dog. There is a pond where you can spot fish and turtles, as well as plaques where you can read about the park’s history. You can stop by Le Pain Quotidien after your exercise to enjoy some organic and handmade bread, while your dog can enjoy a nap at one of the outdoor tables.
If you love to try out new eating places with your pup, then this is the neighborhood is for you! For a sweet treat, Yogurtland will dish up refreshing ice cream in every flavor you can think of. From birthday cupcake batter to matcha green tea, there is something for everyone here. Plus, your pup can relax with you at one of the two dog friendly tables. For those that love craft beer, be sure to check out The 3rd Stop. This place has the best choice of local beers, and since taps are rotated regularly, you will never have the same beer twice! Your furry friend can sit by your side at one of the outdoor tables.