Seattle Offers Something for Everyone

Known for more than rainy days, tech start-ups and superior coffee, Seattle, Washington welcomes you and your pet to enjoy this growing Pacific Northwest coastal seaport city. Find cultural diversity, sustainable development and innovative music here, and spend a few days discovering all that pet-friendly Seattle has to offer.


Where to Stay

Throughout the city, you’ll find hotel accommodations designed for you and your pet. Indulge in an urban retreat when you stay in Westin Seattle located near Pike Place Market, Seattle shopping attractions and the Washington State Convention Center. Plus, it offers spectacular views of the Seattle skyline, Puget Sound and Lake Union.


For travelers who want to stay in the University business district, book a stay at University Inn Seattle. You and your pet stay close to exciting attractions, nightlife and shopping when you book a room in the award-winning Sheraton Seattle Hotel. These and other pet-friendly hotels invite you to spend a few days exploring Seattle and enjoying the diversity it has to offer.


Where to Play

Seattle features hundreds of indoor and outdoor activities for you and your pet. Start with a ride on the Seattle Ferry Service, Blake Island Adventure cruise or Seattle Monorail where your dog joins you for sightseeing tours at no additional charge. You can also take a sailing class and learn more about the area’s maritime history while visiting the Center for Wooden Boats.


Land lovers will appreciate a pet-friendly waterfront tour in an open or closed carriage, thanks to Emerald Country Carriages. Architectural sights at historic Pioneer Square also invite your pet to join in the fun. Of course, 534-acre Discovery Park and numerous fenced dog parks with water remain open for your leashed and off-leash pets anytime you visit Seattle.


Where to Dine

Feel free to dine with your pet on the sidewalk or patio of numerous restaurants throughout town but definitely patronize several establishments that go above and beyond in the pet-friendly department. The Dray, Summit Public House and The Great Nabob are the first such restaurants that come to mind. In addition to a variety of food and drinks, they allow your dog to mingle off-leash with other pets and patrons. You’ll love the cuisine and interaction you and your pet enjoy at these and similar restaurants in pet-friendly Seattle.

Don’t be Dogless in Seattle,

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