Newest Dog-Friendly Additions to the Lone Star State
Dogs in Texas or pups just visiting this large state can now easily find more dog-friendly places to enjoy. DogFriendly.com now offers City Guides for Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Austin,
Galveston, Corpus Christi and South Padre Island. Our city guides cover dog-friendly lodging, attractions, outdoor restaurants, parks and beaches. We also offer pet-friendly lists of lodging throughout the Lone Star State.
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Some examples of dog-friendly attractions in Texas include the following:
Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin - Home to one of the most unusual tourist attractions, the largest urban bat colony in North America. From March to early November, watch 1.5 million Mexican free-tail bats fly out from under the bridge. Great for those bird-watching pooches!
Padre Island National Seashore near Corpus Christi - About 800,000 visitors per year visit this park, which has the longest remaining undeveloped barrier island in the world. You and your dog can enjoy a walk along the beach, hunt for shells and more.
Pioneer Plaza in Dallas - Bring your dog and check out the world's largest bronze monument. There are 40 longhorn steer sculptures and three cowboys on horseback sculptures spread out on over 4 acres of land.
Stockyards Stations in Fort Worth - Watch a daily cattle drive mosey on through a national historic district. You and your well-behaved dog are also invited to join a guided walking tour of the Stockyards.
Riverwalk in San Antonio - Dogs and their owners are allowed on this world famous landmark. Enjoy a 2 mile walk which follows the San Antonio River and passes by many outdoor restaurants and shops.
Annabelle's Diner in Houston - Dine at the outdoor tables where it is traditional to bring your own dog!
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