The Sky Harbor International Airport Dog Parks are ARA, or Animal Relief Areas, within the airport terminals at this Phoenix city airport complex. They are for use by furry travelers who are in transit with their pet parent. The airport boasts nine of these areas in total which are located in various places to make accessing them convenient for those waiting for flights or catching an interconnecting one.
The pet-loving airport administrators have given all the pet parks great names too. The Bone Yard is located just outside of the doors next to the baggage reclaim area in Terminal Four. It's ideally positioned for those pups who have just disembarked, no pun intended, with an urgent need after a long flight and just can't wait. The enclosure is fenced with metal railings and cement walls. There's a sawdust floor covering, mitts, and bags and plenty of bins.
The Paw Pad is situated outside of Terminal Three on level one near the West End Plaza where there is also a display of plants native to Arizona for anyone interested in that sort of thing. The Pet Patch is Terminal Two's ARA and can be found on the east side of the building. In truth, it doesn't matter which part of this airport a pet parent finds themselves; there's a small bark park close by where their fur buddy can find some relief.
There are three post-security locations too in Terminals Two, Three, and Four for those who are making their way to the car parks or being collected by family members they can't wait to be reunited with. For the pet owner who left their vehicle parked in the airport car park, there's an ARA right by the East Economy Garages, which has been aptly named the East Economy Park and Park. For those with fur babies who are continuing their journey by train, there is a Park and Play spot at the 44th Street Phoenix Sky Train Station.