Posted by Lora Shaw on October 30, 2023
It’s no secret winters in North Carolina can be damp and chilly. Although it’s tempting to stay inside and skip the walk with your furry friend, it’s still just as important to keep your pet active during those colder months as it is during other times of the year.
Whether it’s hot or cold, rain or shine, your dog needs exercise and movement. Take weather out of the equation and venture to an indoor dog park in North Carolina to keep your pup moving. We highlight some of our favorites in our list below.
Located in Greensboro, Doggos Dog Park & Pub is the perfect place for you and your canine to go after a long day. It’s the best of both worlds – you can get a drink and your furry friend can run around until you’ve both had enough.
Whether you want to become a member, host a “pawty,” or stop in with a quick day pass, this outdoor/indoor dog park is a great place for you and your pet to socialize.
No matter how frigid it is outside, this indoor dog park located in Raleigh is a great place to stop as it provides a unique concept integrating an off-leash dog park with a bar. Whether you want to come with your furry friend or enjoy the view with a cold drink, all are welcome.
West Street Dog also offers day passes, monthly memberships and even weekly events.
With multiple locations around Charlotte and Cornelius, North Carolina, Lucky Dog Bark and Brew offers spacious outdoor and indoor play spaces for all. This unique and versatile indoor dog park caters to both dogs and humans in all seasons.
Featuring a fully heated and covered patio for you and obstacles in the play yard for your four-legged friend, Lucky Dog Bark and Brew is sure to keep the whole pack happy.
When it comes to going to an indoor dog park (especially for the first time), it can be nerve wracking and exciting all at once. Here are some helpful tips to consider when taking your dog to an indoor dog park:
If the weather is just warm enough to venture to an outdoor dog park, there’s no shortage of options. You and your pup can bundle up and head to some of the following places to stay active during the cooler months as well (some of which have heated outdoor spaces):
Whether you’re looking for indoor dog parks, pet boarding, or a quick play date for your furry friend, come visit one of our Pet Palace locations in North Carolina.
Be sure to reach out today if you need any guidance on how to prep for a trip to an indoor dog park listed above or if you’re in need of any pet boarding services!
About the author
Lora Shaw is currently the Vice President of Operations at Pet Palace.