Your Las Vegas family vacation isn’t complete without your beloved furry friend. However, not all places allow pets in their establishments.
This spells sad news for those planning to bring their dog along. After all, Vegas is home to a lot of hiking trails and outdoor activities you both will love!
But before you throw those plans away, know there’s a solution. We’ve mapped out all the pet-friendly places in Las Vegas. Take a look!
As soon as your plane lands, you’ll be able to navigate the airport no problem with your pooch. Located on the inside and outside of the vicinity are pet relief areas.
If you couldn’t tell by the name, this place definitely allows dogs! They’re located in Town Square with a location in Summerlin as well.
What makes this place special is its own dog menu. Your pooch has its choice of a hamburger patty or chicken breast, both served with a side of brown rice. Each furry guest also receives a complimentary bowl of water.
The human menu, on the other hand, has a range of amazing dishes. For something sweet there’s their maple bacon bar. On the savory side, they have a classic: shrimp and grits among others.
Don’t want the good times to end? Join their beer club! Your membership consists of draft beer upgrades and their curated “kits” of high-quality, hard-to-find beer.
Looking for a place to hang out with your pooch? Beerhaus is not only pet-friendly but has a great menu.
Bass Pro Shop
Inside the Silverton casino is where you’ll find the Bass Pro Shop. It caters to outdoor enthusiasts, filled with merchandise for hunters, campers, and more. But it’s more than what meets the eye.
There are waterfalls, taxidermy wildlife (including a giraffe!), and a pond with ducks. It’s really a unique place to go with your dog in tow.
You can’t visit Vegas without taking a trip up to the mountains! If you and your pup are the adventurous type, you’ll both love all the trails you can explore.
Each trail ranges in difficulty—so pick ones you won’t end up carrying your pooch on the way back. There are also campsites available for those looking to spend the night in the mountains.
In the wintertime is where the fun happens. It turns into a winter wonderland! If you happen to visit around that time, you and your furry friend will love playing in the snow together.
The Cosmopolitan is labeled as a dog-friendly hotel. You can bring up to two pooches; no size or breed restrictions in place.
While they’re allowed in the hotel, they aren’t allowed in the casino itself. That includes restaurants, beverage areas, and their pools.
Now that you received the rundown on the dog-friendliness of this hotel and casino, let’s see what it has in store for the humans. For starters, it could double as a museum.
The Cosmo implemented their Art Program which makes an effort to showcase art installations and immersive experiences, bringing art appreciation to the forefront. Along with their artsy vibe are exquisite restaurants like Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
Their caviar tacos were voted Best Small Plate; other dishes include beef wellington and for something sweet, their cookie jar plate, featuring a variety of saccharine treats.
Delano Las Vegas
For those wanting their pups to be treated like royalty, the Delano goes all out. We’re talking dog-friendly suites equipped with a dog menu and sitting services.
Upon arrival is where you’ll receive their Dog Friendly Welcome kit. Included is a dog treat, waste bags, and a menu for yummy dishes and doggie butler services.
Curious about the butler service? Your pooch will be in good hands as they’ll check in with them while you’re gone, confirming they’re okay via text. They’ll also take your pup for a walk and spend time with them in the room.
Your furry friend will also be treated to delicious dishes like their Bow Wow Burger, Canine Scramble, even sweet treats!
Red Rock Canyon
With 26 hikes and trails, you and your pup will love exploring the natural red mountains. Red Rock Canyon is located a few miles west of Vegas, but completely worth the trip.
The mountains consist of Aztec sandstone, iron concretions, and limestone. But the coolest part has to be the dinosaur tracks! That’s right, you can see some therapod (carnivorous) dinosaur footprints.
Of course, it’s recommended to visit during cooler temperatures, especially when bringing your dog along. You don’t want their paws to burn in the blazing heat. If your vacation is scheduled during the hot months, visit Red Rock in the morning before it gets too warm.
Don’t Leave Your Pooch Behind
Your family vacation isn’t complete unless your dog can tag along. Good news is, there are plenty of places in Las Vegas that allows furry friends to accompany you.
While our list only covers a few, make sure to call ahead to any hotel or restaurant to confirm they accept pets. You never know, the place on your list may just allow pets!
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