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When I first adopted Bella I thought everything she did was super cute. Until he made a big mess on my new couch. It was obvious that he needed a professional trainer. Thanks to Incredible Dog Training Near Me I was able to find a great trainer! My relationship with Bella has never been better!

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Chicago
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Duke being a lab needed some direction for all his energy. I ran out of ideas to keep him busy and decided I needed to find a puppy trainer. You guys really came through with an awesome trainer, thank you!

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St. Paul
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Dog-Friendly Minneapolis St Paul, Minnesota

Many states in the United States are dog-friendly. One of them is Minneapolis, the largest city in Minnesota. With a population of over 400,000, Minneapolis has a wide variety of restaurants, hotels, and activities that cater to residents and tourists with dogs. It's a great place to have fun with your dog without the worry of having to put your dog in a kennel, leave it with a pet sitter, or, if you're a resident, leave your dog home alone.

Dog-Friendly Hotels In Minneapolis/St. Paul

A dog-friendly hotel means that you can bring your dog into your hotel room without having to pay for a kennel or a pet sitter. However, some hotels charge a fee, and there may also be rules on the kind of dog you can bring into your hotel room. For example, large dogs, such as a Great Dane, may not be allowed. There are many hotels in the area that cater to dogs such as Homewood Suites by Hilton St Louis Park at West End, The Westin Edina Galleria, Hewing Hotel, and The Grand Hotel Minneapolis to name a few.

Dog Approved Restaurants in Minneapolis St Paul

Some may be confused as to what exactly a dog-friendly restaurant is. For health code reasons, typically dogs are not allowed to be inside restaurants unless they are service dogs. But restaurants with outdoor patios and gardens often allow patrons to bring their puppy while dining. Look also for restaurants that contain a sign indicating they allow your furry friend in the building.

There are at least 73 dog-friendly restaurants in Metro area. One restaurant that is perfect for dogs is Zen Box, a Japanese restaurant with an outdoor patio perfect for bringing your dog. There's the Fulton Brewing Taproom where you can enjoy a beer and fish and chips on a picnic table with your pet on the outdoor patio. Others include Wilde Roast Cafe, The Lyndale Tap House, Wagner's Drive-In, Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge, Brasa, Nokomis Beach Coffee, Cuzzy's Downtown, Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza and more.

Puppy-Friendly Activities in the Twin Cities

There are many activities in the Ramsey-Hennepin County area that are suited for people with dogs. One of them is looking at the outdoor sculpture garden at the Walker Art Gallery. There's also the Mississippi River Trail which is ideal for dog walking. Be sure to clean up after your dog while you do it to help keep the area clean. Be sure to visit the Dog Commons located at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. It is designed to give residents, visitors and their dogs a natural escape from the city with trails, vegetation, wetlands and more. There are things such as bags for waste as well as water fountains for both dogs and people. Also visit the Minnehaha Off-Leash Dog Park where you will find more than six acres for running, swimming and having fun. Of course, another way to spend time with your dog in Minneapolis is at the local farmer's markets. Although you typically can't take your dog into a grocery store unless it is a service animal, farmers markets usually don't have such restrictions. If you're a lover of the beach, areas such as Lake Nokomis, Lake Harriet, and Lake Calhoun, for example, are perfect for dog owners.