The city of Warrensville
Heights is located in Cuyahoga
County, Ohio, just nine miles southeast of Cleveland. Warrensville Heights
was named after a settler to the area, David Warren, and was originally incorporated as a village in 1927 before becoming reincorporated as
a city in 1960. Today, this community shows its love for its pets with two animal hospitals in town, so help is close by should your dog feel a little under the weather.
This city is a great place to base yourself for some outdoor fun with your pet, with many dog-friendly reservations and parks close by. While unfortunately Warrensville Heights’s Green Road Park does not allow pets, you can get your bearings and take your pup for an on-lead walk through town and along the footpath adjacent to the park. There is plenty to see along the way in this western section of town, including a shopping centre for a bit of browsing.
Over the highway in the eastern part of Warrensville Heights is the pup-friendly Café Avalaun. Seat yourself at their dog-friendly outdoor table for a hearty breakfast of crepes, perfectly cooked eggs or quinoa toast. Lunch options include paninis, wraps, and an amazing selection of vegan and paleo specials. All food here is certified 100 % gluten free – and 100 % delicious!
Wherever you explore around the city of Warrensville Heights, you and your dog are sure to enjoy your stay.