Best Doggy Diners and Dives – How to Travel with Your Pooch in San Diego

Pet Friendly Vacation in San DiegoWhen you’re looking to plan a vacation to San Diego, you might prefer to take your favorite dog along with you. Knowing what kind of traveling experiences and adventures that you want can help you fine tune your itinerary and get the best kind of vacation experience possible. We can help you with finding the best options to traveling with your favorite pooch while in San Diego.

Tips to Start

When visiting San Diego, there are a few tips you should keep in mind in order to get the best experience with your vacation when visiting with your dog.

  •  Make sure that your pooch has a collar with all of the necessary information.
  • Keep vaccinations up to date prior to your visit.
  • Make sure to clean up after your pet. This helps keep San Diego a welcoming place to visit for both people and furry companions!
  • Keep a leash on your pet until you reach one of the many designated “leash-less” locations.
  • Never leave a pet alone in a vehicle. The temperature inside a vehicle can rise very quickly and can cause harm to your pet.

Where to Stay

When thinking about a vacation in San Diego, many people think about where they’ll be staying first. Although it sometimes helps to know what you would like to do in San Diego, knowing where you want to stay can be a great starting point to creating the perfect vacation. San Diego is a very pet friendly area in California, so many vacation rentals and hotels are very accommodating for furry companions. We can help you with identifying the vacation rentals that are perfect for you, your family, and your favorite pet.

What to Do

Finding activities that both you and your pooch can do together can sometimes be a challenge. Thankfully, San Diego is a very pet friendly area to vacation in! As a result, many activities also welcome pets along with their owners during their vacationing experiences. From surfing and boating to shopping and leash-less beaches and more, the activities for you and your dog are endless.

Does your dog love the sand, sun, water, and other dogs? Bring your dog to Ocean Beach’s Dog Beach – the only 24 hour dog run in San Diego. Other fun off-leash areas include Fiesta Island Off Leash Dog Park where dogs can range across an enormous area with access to the sand and bay as well as several jogging trails, or Nate’s Point a 2.3 acre dog park in the heart of Balboa Park.

Where to Eat

There’s no better place than San Diego for the sheer number of pet friendly restaurants. There are over 160 locations that are welcoming of both you and your favorite pet. From bars, grilles, and fancy restaurants to Mexican restaurants, cafes, and dessert shops, the options are practically endless! We can help you find a pet friendly diner or eatery. All you need to do is tell us what you’d like to eat!

Most restaurants that have outdoor patios will allow dogs, and many will bring a dog bowl and treats out for your animal’s enjoyment. A few of these include The Fish Shop on Garnet Ave, Fig Tree Cafe on Cass St, The Patio on Lamont, and O’Bistro Cafe. Many local breweries including Green Flash Brewing Company and Twisted Manzanita also welcome owners to bring their dogs.

Have you been itching to visit San Diego but don’t want to separate from your favorite furry friend? Don’t let that be the deciding factor on whether or not you visit! We want to make your San Diego adventure a memorable one and we believe it should be with your favorite pooch! Contact us or give us a call today and we’ll help you create the perfect vacation for you and your pet!

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