In Dublin, we don’t just like dogs, we welcome them with open arms and treats in hand. If you're looking for things to do with your dog, bring your furry friends to have a paw-some time in Dublin with these dog-friendly restaurants, shops and hotels.

Downtown Dublin shops that have puppy perks:

A fluffy white puppy licking in a Johnson's Ice Cream cup

Johnson’s Ice Cream, patio dog-friendly 

Perk: Pup scoops of vanilla ice cream topped with a dog treat.

Winans, patio dog-friendly

Perk: Waggie Bones available for the good boys and girls made with a dog treat dipped in yogurt based white chocolate.

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea, patio dog-friendly

Perk: Pup cups for $1 with ice and homemade whipped cream.

Apricot Lane, dog-friendly

Perk: Dog treats offered in-store.

Extravagifts Pet Portraits

Extravagifts, dog-friendly

Perk: Order a custom pet portrait at Extravagifts from local artist, Arlene G Mueller. Get a framed portrait or have the image printed on other items like mugs and greeting cards. 

Bend Active, dog-friendly

Perk: Water bowls available outside during the Dublin Market.

Starbucks, patio dog-friendly

Perk: Puppuccinos in a Starbucks espresso cup with whipped cream.

Dublin Toy Emporium, dog-friendly

Dublin Market Dog

The Dublin Market, dog-friendly

Bring your tail wager to Dublin’s outdoor market and find treats along the way. The market is held every Saturday, May-September, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Bridge Park. 


These restaurants will show you a howling good time: 

The Bogey, dog-friendly patio

Bring your furry friend the first and third Wednesday of the month for “Bark at the Bogey” happy hour to mix and mingle with two and four legged friends.

Firehouse Subs, dog-friendly patio

A pug sitting in a chair on the patio at North High Brewing

North High Brewing, dog-friendly patio

Coast Wine House, dog-friendly patio and lawn

The Pint Room, dog-friendly patio with water bowls available.

La Chatelaine, dog-friendly patio


Pack the pup and stay at these Dublin Hotels:

Home2 Suites

Holiday Inn Express

Homewood Suites

Red Roof Plus +

Residence Inn

Sonesta ES Suites

SpringHill Suites

TownPlace Suites

Cloverleaf Suites


Dublin Dog Parks:

Nando’s Dog Park: Located in Darree Fields park, Nando’s Dog Park is named after the City’s first Police Canine Unit. The park has areas for both small and large dogs to run, roam and play off-leash. Learn more here.

Glacier Ridge Metro Park Dog Park: Glacier Ridge offers several trails for leashed dogs and a 2.5-acre dog park with an open field, drinking fountains, paved and wooded areas for dogs of all sizes to explore. Dogs are also welcome in the park’s picnic areas. Learn more here.

Pro Tip: The Dublin Link is dog-friendly and serves as the perfect photo opp for our four-legged friends.

A yellow lab puppy on the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge