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Pet-Friendly Parks, Patios & Places to Stay


Give your furry friends a little extra love on National Dog Day (August 26) with a stroll through West Hollywood. In our pet-friendly city, dogs are welcome in hotels, restaurants, parks, and more. Check out these favorites where pets can enjoy complimentary treats, water bowls, and other special services.

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-Waived pet fee
-15% discount at Camp Sunset Doggy Day Care
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-10% donation of room revenue (not including tax) to Vanderpump dogs.

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Parks

William S. Hart Park & Off-Leash Dog Park (Daily 6 AM to Midnight)
8341 De Longpre Ave
Next to Sunset Tower Hotel

Meet local dogs and their humans at this popular neighborhood hangout. There are wood-chips for the animals and benches for humans. Hart was a major cowboy star of the silent era who believed in giving back.

West Hollywood Park Dog Parks (Daily 6AM to Midnight)
647 N. Robertson Blvd

West Hollywood Park continues to get upgrades and now it includes two dog parks. The off-leash parks (located near the basketball courts) have designated areas for small dogs and larger dogs. The fenced areas have seat benches, dog water stations, live trees, and K9 artificial turf designed to stay cool to avoid burned doggie paws on warmer days.

Restaurants

Le Petit Four
8654 Sunset Blvd.

French chic meets canine cool at Le Petit Four. Your pup can hydrate at this iconic restaurant while you linger over your meal. The food is handmade in-house and features flavors from around the world.

Mels Drive-In
8585 Sunset Blvd. 

On throw-back Thursdays or anytime you fancy a retro vibe, Mels Drive-In on Sunset fits the bill with a shady patio and water dishes to please your pooch. Try the short rib grilled cheese, avocado toast or a grass-fed beef burger and a local brew.

Shake Shack
8520 Santa Monica Blvd.

A modern version of a roadside burger stand, the Shake Shack chain started out as a hot-dog cart in Manhattan. Shake Shack WeHo features a few treats just for dogs and runs yappy hours about once a month. Check their twitter and instagram for updates. (Btw, you can order beer and wine with your burger.)

Basix Food & Bar
8333 Santa Monica Blvd.

At Basix Food & Bar, everything is made from scratch. Basix’s entrée salads are some of the best in the city and their wafer-thin pizzas are sure to please. On the patio, you’ll find dedicated dog bowls and you can order off-menu dog fare, such as grilled chicken.

Café D’ Etoile
8941 1/2 Santa Monica Blvd.

Café D’ Etoile, a sidewalk café and haven for furry friends, provides a variety of stellar choices, from chicken wings to cheese soufflé. As for cocktails, don’t pass up the chance to try their specially made old fashioned, served tableside. Just in time for National Dog Day, on the last Saturday in August, the café plans to have frozen treats on hand for dogs.

Marco’s Trattoria
8200 Santa Monica Blvd.

At Marco’s Trattoria, Marco Capanni has been serving up his Mom’s favorite Tuscan recipes since 1993. Customers’ favorites include meat lasagna as well as spaghetti and meatballs all served on their dog-friendly patio.

Hugo’s Restaurant 
8401 Santa Monica Blvd.

With vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, which generally go hand in hand with a dog friendly atmosphere, there’s something delicious for everyone at Hugo’s Restaurant. The very green casserole is a popular item as is the tasty grass-fed beef burger.

Granville 
8701 Beverly Blvd.

Or woof it over to the intimate outdoor patio at Granville and prepare to be wowed. Menu highlights: rainbow trout, poblano quinoa and uptown mac ‘n’ cheese.

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Pet Spas

PoshPetCare
(323) 656-7674
8218 Sunset Blvd

Angie’s Pooch Pawlor
(424) 335-0494
348 N La Cienega Blvd

Healthy Spot
(310) 657-2400
8525 Santa Monica Blvd

RockStar Rover
(323) 656-7625
7701 Santa Monica Blvd

Vets

Medical care, Pet Sitting and Boarding

Laurel Pet Hospital
(323) 654-7060
7970 Santa Monica Blvd

Hollywood Cat and Dog Hospital
(323) 469-3000
1146 N La Brea Ave

VCA TLC Animal Hospital
(855) 249-3001
8725 Santa Monica Blvd

West Hollywood Animal Hospital
(310) 275-0055
9000 Santa Monica Blvd

Dog Adoptions

If you’re looking to give a dog a home, check out rescue group Wags & Walks’ new adoption center, expected to be fully operational this October.

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