The Ultimate Guide to Spoiling Your Dog in Salt Lake City


Whether you're a first-time dog owner or a seasoned pro, it's always important to learn new ways to spoil your furry friend. And what better place to do that than in one of the country's most pet-friendly cities?

In this post, we'll outline some of the best ways to treat your pooches in Salt Lake City, from restaurants that are dog-friendly to places where you can buy all their favorite toys and treats.

So read on for the ultimate guide to spoiling your dog(s) in Salt Lake City!

  • Did you know Salt Lake has a number of restaurants where dogs are allowed on the patio? Here are a few of our favorites:

Mountain West Hard Cider - 425 N 400 W

Campfire Lounge - 837 E 2100 S

Ice Hause - 7 W 4800 S

Fisher Brewing Company - 320 W 800 S

Zest - 275 S 200 W

  • Buy them a new toy—something they can chew on and play with. Salt Lake has some great boutique pet supply stores where you can find unique toys and treats.

Paw Paw's - 1328 S 2100 E

The Dog's Meow - 2047 E 3300 S

Healthy Pet's Mountain West - 2242 E Ft. Union Blvd

Dawgs N Whiskers - 9177 S 700 E

Rockstar Pets - 215 N Main


  • Take them for a walk around Salt Lake—go explore somewhere new. There are so many smells, sights, and sounds to explore. Every street is a new adventure when you're a dog! Walk a different route than usual or wander a new part of town. Allow your dog to stop and smell the flowers or whatever else is grabbing her attention!

  • Take them shopping with you. There are lots of stores in Salt Lake that will allow your pets to come inside. Lowe's, Home Depot, Pet Smart, Petco, and pretty much anywhere that sells pet supplies. (See the list above)

  • Give them a chance to meet unfamiliar creatures by taking them for a walk around Wheeler Farm in Murray. Introduce them to sheep, cows, horses, pigs, goats, chickens, and more!


So whether you're a first-time dog owner or a seasoned pro, make sure to take advantage of all that Salt Lake City has to offer when it comes to spoiling your furry friend. From restaurants that welcome dogs with open arms to stores packed full of the best toys and treats, there's something for everyone here. And we guarantee your pooch will love you for it!


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