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Carey
Carey
Reviewed by Chad S. on 10/03/2017

"Carey was super friendly and Kane really seemed to like him & definitely enjoyed his walk!"

1.33 mi
31m
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Paige
Paige
Reviewed by Sean L. on 09/21/2017

"Paige was great! Her and Harley seemed to really hit it off and she even took a few minutes to play with him and his favorite toy, "

1.85 mi
33m
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Regina
Regina
Reviewed by Ryan B. on 08/12/2017

"Regina was great with our little ones. We will be booking Regina again in the future. "

1.14 mi
38m
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Dog Areas in Fort Lauderdale

3 Parks
1 Shop
7 Eateries
17 Groomers

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has everything a pet owner could ever need. Planning to see the Dolphins play at their home stadium? Consider spending the night at La Quinta Inn & Suites Fort Lauderdale Cypress Creek, a pet-friendly hotel only 20 minutes from Dolphin Stadium. The best part? Dogs of all sizes are welcome, usually with absolutely no additional nightly fee. The hotel only asks all dogs be on a leash, contained in their kennels when left unattended, and cleaned up after.

Every pet owner knows it’s important for their dogs to get plenty of exercise, and Fort Lauderdale Canine Beach makes doing so easy and fun. For as little as $7, dogs can enjoy splashing in the ocean and digging in the sand while being watched by their owners and the on-duty city officer. Doggie waste bags, drinking water, and beach showers are available, and beach rules are enforced.

Perhaps the most pet-friendly place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is also one of the biggest. Las Olas Boulevard is made up of 17 blocks of cafes, shopping centers, art galleries, and more – almost all of which are pet-friendly. From pet-friendly hotels to pet-friendly cafes, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, continues to excel in providing for its residence – both on two legs and four.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 3,505/sq mi

    #1 Fort Lauderdale Beach

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    The first thing you need to do upon arriving in Fort Lauderdale is grab a permit so you and Fido can go to Canine Beach! This park has all the creature comforts that you and your dog could ever need. There are water stations with a steady supply of drinking water and showers to wash the sand off. Convenient cleanup stations are provided so Fido doesn’t leave any nasty surprises on the beach! The downside is that it the beach is close to the road, but there are uniformed officers stationed by the road to help make sure all the dogs stay where they should.  This is a great place to dig, swim, and run all year long.

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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,454/sq mi

    #2 Snyder Park

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    Swim and Bark Park is located right at Snyder Park so that you can spend the day playing with your best pal. There is large fenced in area that has plenty of room for Fido to run, play fetch, and chase his fur friends as much as he wants. The lagoon is shallow with filtered water, and is the pawfect place for Fido to swim and splash. Shaded seating is also provided. Bring Fido’s leash along, but feel free to leave it in the car, because even the trails are off-leash! You and Fido will both love this spot. Don’t forget to wash Fido’s paws off in the shower area before you get in the car. 

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,505/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Fort Lauderdale

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    In the heart of Fort Lauderdale, you will find the airport. Right by that is Peace of Mind Resort. This resort offers a safe haven for all dogs. They offer everything Fido might need to rest and relax. Whether or not Fido stays the night, he can come here and go for a swim in the off-lead pool. The cool thing about this pool is that it’s bone shaped, and has a lounge area to enjoy sunny days. Fido would be a fool not to beg for a massage during his stay.  The staff can even help you with transportation to and from the airport. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,610/sq mi

    #4 Intracoastal Waterway

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    If you are looking to catch the fish of the day, some crab cakes, or even some chicken, Coconut’s Bahamas Grill is the place to be. You will find that the fur accommodations are outside so that you can watch the boats on the water, take in some new scents, or just breathe in the fresh air. You can even bring your boat right up to the dock, or you can get there from a quick stroll along the beach. There are few places on the beach that can claim to be as fur and dog-friendly as this spot!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,373/sq mi

    #5 East Fort Lauderdale

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    Whether you are looking for burgers and fries or some down home southern cooking, you should check out Shuck & Dive Cajun Café. You can get chicken or beef grilled with no seasonings if your dog can’t handle the spice. Of course, Fido’s water dish will be provided at the same time your drinks are served. The entire outside patio is set up with picnic tables that hold both big and small crowds, so bring your friends along! The atmosphere is always lively, upbeat, and maybe even a little loud. Make sure you bring Fido’s leash, since it’s required here.

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