Dog's Guide to Richmond, VA

Dog's Guide to Richmond, VA

This year when you plan your spring vacation, plan a trip you can enjoy with your pooch. Our dogs miss us horribly when we leave them behind, so avoid causing your dog pain by bringing them along. Many cities in the United States are becoming increasingly dog friendly as it becomes more common for people to travel with pets.

Richmond, Virginia is just the type of city where you can enjoy a great vacation with your beloved dog. Although this list only includes a few locations, you can always ask restaurants and cafes if they allow pets in their outdoor areas. If you are polite and follow the rules outlined by each location, you are sure to be met by equal friendliness.

Dog Parks - On-Leash
Brown's Island - N 7th and Tredegar Streets

Dog Parks - Off-Leash
Barker Field - South Boulevard
Bark Park in Chimborazzo Park - Church Hill
Church Hill Dog Park - 2900 E Grace Street
Hanover Dog Park - Taylor Complex off of Route 54
James River Park System - throughout Richmond
Phideaux Field - 4401 Forest Hill Avenue
Ruff House Dog Park - 3401 Courthouse Road

Acacia Restaurant - 3325 E Cary Street
Baker's Crust Cafe - 11800 West Broad Street
Brio Tuscan Grill - 9210 Stony Park Parkway
Cafe Caturra - 5811 Grove Avenue
Chipotle Mexican Grill - 9200 Stony Point Parkway
Copelands Cheesecake Bistro - 9200 Stony Point Parkway
Millies Diner - 2603 E Main Street
Panera Bread - 9200 Stony Point Parkway
Poe's Pub - 2706 E Main Street
The Home Team Grill - 1630 W Main

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