10 Pet-Friendly Places in Lubbock

Mar 4, 2019
Katherine White

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10 Pet-Friendly Places in Lubbock

If you’re looking for places in the “Hub City” that your doggy can tag-along, you’ve come to the right blog! Here are some spots around town you can enjoy a meal with your furry companion or bring them with you for a glass of vino. Grab your dog and a leash, and check out these pup-loving places.

First Friday Art Trail
Hosted on the first Friday of every month, you and your pup will enjoy art galleries, live music, food trucks and more!

Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market
Browse local produce, plants and crafts at the Downtown Farmers Market. Your furry friend will love seeing all the locals and walking the historic streets of downtown.

Three Dog Bakery
We’ve never met a dog who didn’t go barking mad for the homemade, all-natural dog treats baked at this puppy paradise.

The Range
It’s the only place in town you can hit a bucket of balls, throw washers, order pizza, have a beer AND hang out with your dog.

The Garden
Located in the Depot Entertainment District, this dog-friendly beer garden is home to a full bar, craft beer and live performances.

Pheasant Ridge Winery
You will sample everything from Cabernet to Chenin Blanc, while your pup savors a complimentary milk bone at this pet-friendly winery.

HUB City unleased
Inside of Clapp Park, you and your dog can enjoy the 1.4 acres of fenced area, double gates, sidewalks, restrooms, benches, covered benches, shade trees and dog-friendly water fountain.

Canyon Dog Run Park
With over 3 acres of fenced grass, your dog is going have the time of their life (*a doggone good time*). Don’t worry there are double fences, separate spaces for small and big dogs and dog-friendly water fountains located in Mckenzie Park.

Stars & Stripes Drive-In
Want to see a movie with your best friend but tired of staying on the couch? You and your pup can enjoy the big screen at the drive-in located 10 min north of Lubbock.

Two Docs Brewing Co.
Catch a brew with your bud while eating some street tacos in Lubbock’s art District. This place will have your bud relaxed and at ease with their complementary water bowls and softs spots in the shade.

 

We’d love to see you and your furry friend exploring in the “Hub City!” Share your photos with us on social media using #LiveLoveLubbock!