Creve Coeur is a magnet for animal activities. There are seven veterinary clinics in Creve Coeur. There are specialists for behavior and allergy issues as well as others that provide routine and emergency care to the animals in and around Creve Coeur.
Need somewhere to rest your weary heads during your time in Creve Coeur? Drury Inn & Suites is a Fido-friendly hotel located on Olive Blvd., the main artery of Creve Coeur. Two dogs of any size may stay for an additional fee of $25 per night. A dog may remain unattended in their rooms, provided they are in a kennel or crate, for thirty minutes from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Olive Blvd. is also home to many of Creve Coeur's Fido-friendly eateries. Crusted Red offers healthy and quick lunch and dinner items. This restaurant welcomes dogs on a leash seated in one of the outdoor tables. Il Bel Lago serves up some Italian fare. Dogs are welcome to sit with their person in one of the six outdoor tables. Many of the chain restaurants like Noodle & Co., Bread Co., Buffalo Wild Wings, Five Guys have areas for dog-friendly dining. Dessert places on Olive, like Cold Stone Creamery and Smoothie King, provide a sweet end to any day, and they let your dog join in the fun with you!
Creve Coeur has many amenities and activities designed for dogs and their people. Creve Coeur Dog Park at Conway Park gives dogs over two acres of ground to run leash-free. Small dogs enjoy a half-acre space just for them. A romp in one of the kiddie pools on a hot day adds to the fun. Water fountains are provided for people and dogs, and waste stations with doggie waste bags make it easy to pick up after your furry friend. There are benches for the human companions. A code is required to use the dog park. Membership to the dog park is through the City of Creve Coeur.
Olivette is just four miles east of of Creve Coeur, and is home to a few activities for dogs to enjoy. Olivette has a dog park located in Irv Zeid Citizen’s Park. This fully fenced enclosure gives dogs a chance to breathe some fresh air while they run and romp in some lush grass. Trees along the perimeter of the park provide some shade on those hot days. Drinking water is available at the park, and waste stations with doggie bags are positioned in the front of the dog park. This dog park is a membership-only park. Nonresidents and their dogs can play here after submitting an application and paying a fee.
Maryland Heights is located four miles north of Creve Coeur, and has a few exciting activities to offer dogs and their owners. Dogport has 4 acres where dogs can have some mutts-needed off-leash fun! There is a separate enclosure for the small dogs. Water is available for people and their furry friends. Human companions have convenient waste stations to pick up after their pups. The ground in this dog park is mostly gravel and dirt. Picnic tables and a sheltered area give the human companion a place to sit and socialize. The dog park is open from sunrise to sunset, and requires a membership from the city before use.
Sunset Hills is thirteen miles south of Creve Coeur, and is home to Kitun Dog Park, the pawfect place to enjoy a day of fun in the sun. This dog park has an acre of ground dedicated to leash-free running and romping. There is a separate fenced area for the small dogs. This dog park provides water for its thirsty dogs and their people, as well as waste stations and supplies throughout the park. There are places for the human companions to sit and watch their pups play. This is a membership-only dog park. Application is through Sunset Hills or Crestwood.