Looking for ways to include your furry pal in your Nashville adventures? We’ve come up with five cool ways to integrate pup into the fun. Read on!
On this walking tour and photoshoot, we’ll start at a local dog park to get to know your pup and let them run around for a bit. We’ll then take off on a doggie adventure stopping at dog-friendly murals and fun spots in the Gulch. We’ll guide you (and your fur baby!) in fun poses and take snapshots for you to post and share. Coolest part? The images are yours to keep!
This hip brewery welcomes dogs on its patio, making now the perfect time of year to visit. Umbrellas and doggy water bowls ensure Fido’s comfort. Enjoy hoppy ales and lagers or choose from their rotating selection of natural wines by the glass. If hunger hits mid-sip, order one of their freshly slung pizzas from their wood-fired oven, topped with local, seasonal ingredients.
This pet-friendly experience allows pooch to sit alongside as you dive into a crash-course in silver soldering, metal cutting, filing, and polishing metal jewelry. In only a few hours, you’ll walk away with seven “stacker” rings you’ve created yourself, and ready to wear.
Get your thrill on with (leashed!) Rover as you’re led on a guided tour of Nashville’s most iconic haunted locations. Your guide will share authentic ghost stories and eye-witness accounts of hauntings in Music City. All stories are rooted in historical fact, upping the spook factor.
This outdoor wonderland spans 2,684 acres of forest and field, yet is only nine miles from downtown Nashville. Pup will be in his element, romping along trails and across fields, and you’ll appreciate the scenic overlooks. Picnic areas abound, and one tipster recommends the Harpeth Woods Trail, a 2.5 mile dirt loop through the woods, with gentle inclines and declines to keep it interesting.
The takeaway? Dog lovers can take heart – your favorite furry friend doesn’t need to be left behind and can actually increase the fun factor of your Nashville excursion. Now that’s something to wag about!
April 20, 2022