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Dog Areas in Honolulu

5 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
98 Eateries
28 Groomers

Shopping is always more fun with a friend, and at Aloha Tower Marketplace, they understand that. Dogs are welcome in the mall’s commons, but it’s up to individual restaurants, stores, and special events if furry friends are allowed. Dogs must be on their leashes, well-behaved, and under their owners’ control at all times. Dogs must be cleaned up after as well.

Let your dog run free at the Mililani Dog Park. Mililani Dog Park is completely fenced in and is located at the Mililani Mauka District Park in the Park and Ride area. As with most state parks, the hours are limited to the availability of daylight, which means if the sun is glaring there will be dogs. The only exception is Wednesday mornings when the park is under maintenance to keep it beautiful for the community.

If you’re looking for a place that is a pet’s and pet owner’s paradise, visit Bark Avenue. Bark Avenue is a pet store that offers a wide variety of pet products – such as homemade treats, premium food and supplements, pet apparel, pet dishes, collars, and leashes – as well as a few items for their owners – such as accessories and apparel. Well-behaved dogs are welcome as long as they are on their leashes and under their owners’ control at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Honolulu

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    Population Density 15,560/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Honolulu

    If you’re visiting in December, don’t miss the annual Hawaii Week for the Animals. Learn more about Hawaiian culture, contribute to a good cause, and enjoy a unique musical performance at the Volcano Arts Center during the special event. Looking to grab some grub with your pup? You’ll be spoiled for choice in downtown! You can choose from more than 15 dog-friendly establishments. But if you’re looking for authentic Hawaiian cuisine, you can’t miss Hukilau Honolulu. In addition to Hukilau’s Two-Fisted Fish Sandwich, you and your pup can enjoy the sounds of Hawaii -- live music is available on weekdays until 8:30pm.
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    Population Density 4,310/sq mi

    #2 Manoa

    In Honolulu around Easter? Don’t miss the annual Doggie Easter Egg Hunt at the Hawaii Doggie Bakery! You and your pooch will have an egg-cellent time hunting for eggs and participating in activities and games at this charity event for Hawaii Fi-Do. Afterward, check out Hawaii Doggie Bakery’s menu, which is chock full of homemade treats just for your furry friend! He can enjoy “Mutt Muffins” and “Frozen Woofles”, or you can buy a multipack of homemade biscuits for the road. End the day with some good ol’ fashioned play at Manoa Valley District Park. Just remember to keep your pooch on a leash.
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    Population Density 29,510/sq mi

    #3 Waikiki

    Waikiki is renowned for being one of the most gorgeous neighborhoods in Honolulu. Take your pup to play at Ala Wai Dog Park, where you and your furry friend can enjoy a famous Hawaii sunset while watching the Ala Wai river flow lazily. Fancy a little shopping? Head on down to the Mahiku Farmers Market, open three times a week. You can bring your pup along on a leash while you browse fresh produce and food, local art, flowers, and homemade crafts. Afterward, grab a bite to eat at more than 15 pup-friendly restaurants in Waikiki, including Kaiwa near Waikiki Beach.
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    Population Density 2,470/sq mi

    #4 Kailua

    Grab an authentic Hawaiian shave ice from the Island Snow in Kailua town before heading over to Kailua Beach Park to enjoy the famous turquoise waters and silky sands of Hawaii with your pup. It’s also a great spot for a picnic lunch the whole family can enjoy. If you’re looking for a little adventure, head on over to the Kawainui Marsh Trail, just outside of Kailua. The Marsh spreads over 800 acres, but the Marsh Trail is short and sweet at just two and a half miles. You can learn more about the wildlife native to the area while soaking in an incredible view of the Ko’olau Mountains in the distance.
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    Population Density 145/sq mi

    #5 Koolauloa

    Everyone dreams of relaxing on a Hawaiian beach without a care in the world. If dogs could dream, they probably would too! Make your dreams a reality at Aukai Beach, where you and your leashed pooch can bask in the sunshine all day long. The beach doubles as a dog park, and has plenty of lush green space for your dog to stretch his legs. After a long day of lazing in the sun, hop on over to North Shore Tacos. Pair authentic, Oahu-style fish tacos with the open-air restaurant’s Pineapple Tiki Drink -- the perfect end to a perfect day basking in the Hawaiian breeze with your pal.
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