In Houston, you will find a wide selection of hotels that welcome both you and your furry friend. Some hotels do not even require an extra fee, so you can use that financial benefit to visiting one of the many pet-friendly restaurants. There are plenty of sights in Houston that are worth visiting. However, some, like the Houston Science Center or the Holocaust Museum, do not allow pets inside. To be prepared for a perfect adventure with your pet, it is good to know where you can go without second guessing whether you can bring your four-legged pal along.
Of course, there are many dog-friendly parks in Houston. Houston is huge, but they are very easy to get to with your rental car. Some allow your friend to run around freely, such as the Millie Bush Dog Park or Bill Archer Bark Park.
These places are also great for meeting other dog-lovers. They can probably give you further tips on nearby local places to enjoy with your dog. As long as you leash your dog and stay on the trails, you can bring them to the Houston Arboretum as well. Here, you can find special gardens that have a theme going on as well as regular plants and natura l sights. Near the arboretum, there's the Downtown Aquarium and The Galleria which are both worth a visit as well.
Another important thing to consider when on a getaway with your dog is figuring out which restaurants and bars welcome both you and your dog. There are many restaurants that have dog-friendly patios. It is always recommended to ask beforehand. Backstreet Cafe and Barnaby’s Cafe are both popular examples who already have that dog-friendly patios stamp.