Hanging with Pets in Nashville? We’ve Got You Covered!

Pets in Nashville can have funCashville. Smashville. NashVegas. Music City, U.S.A. No matter what you call it, Nashville is a true delight for locals and tourists. Besides being known for the many fun and fascinating things to look at, listen to, and do, Nashville is also making a name for itself as a pet-friendly city. Whether you want to hear some music, catch a quick bite, or commune with nature, there are no shortage of places to enjoy with your pets in Nashville.

Dining with Pets in Nashville

It couldn’t be easier to dine out with your pet on one of the many pet-friendly patios in our friendly, easy going city. Check out some of the following establishments for a meal or drink with your pooch:

  • Fat Bottom Brewery boasts a large selection of beers and a great atmosphere.
  • Try upscale American cuisine in Midtown at dog-friendly Henley.
  • If you like free retro games to go with your music, food, and drinks, you’ll love Two Bits in Davidson County.
  • Frothy Monkey is open for breakfast through dinner and has several locations throughout Nashville.
  • Try Tin Roof for a laid back, live music joint situated in Music Row.
  • Tailgate Brewery’s East Nashville location is dog-friendly and close to our hospital.

Tantalizing smells, other dogs, and unfamiliar people can pose a challenge for even the calmest dogs. Make your dinner date with your pup a success by making sure they are fed and exercised prior to eating out, bringing along your own water and bowl (it’s hot out there!), and keeping them leashed at all times. If you are at all unsure about your ability to manage your dog in a public setting, leave them in the comfort of your home while you enjoy a dog-free meal.

Nature Calls

Although leashed dogs are welcome in all of the Metro Nashville parks, dog parks are where it’s at if you have four legs and a wagging tail. Bring your friendly, social dog out for some outdoor fun at one of the many off-leash dog parks in the Nashville area:

What’s your favorite place to take your pets in Nashville? Post to the Harpeth Hills Animal Hospital social media page, or tell us all about it the next time you’re in for your pet’s regularly scheduled wellness exam.