Where Dogs Rule – The Best Pet Friendly Services in D.C.
Living in the city has its perks, but for dog owners the lack of open space can prove to be difficult. D.C. is steadily becoming a more welcoming place for pets and their owners. Dog parks have begun to spring up all around, a surplus of dog walkers can be found on Craigslist, and grooming services have gone upscale. This move toward pet friendliness is great, yet with so many options it’s hard to know where to go for the best service!
The local experts at The Apartments at CityCenter have taken the hassle out of searching for pet friendly places in the District. Here are some of the city’s friendliest establishments for you and your pooch!
SkyBark is located on the rooftop of your home in The Apartments at CityCenter . It’s a lively dog walk where pups can roam and play, meet new friends and catch up with old ones.
Your pup may dread bath time, but the staff at Metro Mutts knows how to pacify even the most restless pooch. Conveniently located in Chinatown and the H street corridor, Metro Mutts is equipped to handle all of your pet’s needs. From dog walking, sitting, grooming services and an extensive collection of products for cats and dogs, this place has it all.
Art and Soul
One of the most dog-friendly places in town, Art and Soul offers a “Pooch Patio Menu” when dining outside. You and your dog can enjoy a delicious variety of drinks, treats and entrées. The Happy Pup (a 3oz grilled steak for $5) is always a hit and comes in a larger serving for bigger dogs.
S Street Dog Park
A fun enclosed park near Embassy Row, S street is great for letting your pup run free. This “off leash” park is covered with antimicrobial turf for cleanliness and has a community water fountain to keep your four-legged friend hydrated during playtime.
If you’re a dog owner looking for pet-friendly places in D.C., look no further. Contact the friendly representatives at The Apartments at CityCenter to find out more about this exclusive, pooch-friendly property.