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Portland, Oregon, is very welcoming to pet owners, as the city regularly ranks among the best cities for pets in the USA. This ranking is a result of the city’s high number of dog-friendly restaurants, breweries, parks, and vacation rentals.
You and your dog will find a comfortable place to rest at a condo, or high-end home that’s off the beaten path. The city offers extensive networking of walking paths and trails that zig-zag around the city. You’ll have no shortage of places to walk your dog in Portland.
If you are flying into Portland, the airport even has a pet area, which is a sigh of relief for pets aching to stretch their legs and run around.
In general, pets play a significant role in the everyday lives of most Portland locals, so much so that restaurants like Tin Shed Garden Café even have their own doggy menus.
Oregon is famous for its natural beauty, so most of the pet-friendly things to do in Portland revolve around spending time outdoors. This city is known for having the largest number of dog parks per capita. There are about five parks per every 100,000 residents. Finding a dog park within walking distance of your neighborhood is usually not hard to find.
Visit Council Crest Park in the southwest corner of Portland. Your pup can roam all 43 acres of green space, two acres being an off-leash area to run free. Forest Park Wildwood Trail is another favorite pet-friendly thing to do in Portland. Hike the 30-mile trail with your dog, but make sure you bring a leash. This trail is divided into smaller paths that keep your walk interesting, each one offering serene views of the Pacific Northwest landscape.
If visiting on the weekend, stop by the Portland Saturday Market to pick up fresh produce, baked goods, and unique artisanal crafts.
Enjoy the taste of wine? Plum Hill Vineyards is a pet-friendly winery in Portland that welcomes your canine companion. Take part in a wine tasting while your dog plays in the fenced dog run. Your puppy can also rest on the patio with you—water, treats, and waste bags provided.
If beer appeals more to your tastebuds, stop by the Lucky Labrador Beer Hall. As the name suggests, this is a pet-friendly establishment that welcomes dogs on the outside patio. Visit any of their four locations dotted across Portland. While you drink craft beer, your pup will enjoy the free water provided.
Lounge off the drinks and food at the Portland International Rose Tent Garden. Leashed dogs can roam the 4.5 acres of land that contains 10,000 rose bushes (over 600 varieties) and plenty of walking trails. Stop to rest on a bench and take in the tranquil views.