Pamper Your Pooch

Pamper Your Pooch

Image titleSpring time is not only the time for the flowers to come out but also for the puppies to play! Your pooch, along with you, wants to play outside too! He is itching for some fun in the sun and breeze in his hair. San Antonio spring time is the perfect time to take your dog for a joy ride filled with slobbers on the window, park shenanigans with the other dogs, or companionship building along the River Walk. Take advantage of the cooler breeze (like that's a thing in Texas but bare with me) during these spring months of April, May, and June before the popsicles start to melt within a few minutes in the later summer months. There are many places and events around town to enjoy the time with your beloved best friend that some might not know about.

Dog Parks are an obvious playground of barking, running, and tail wags for

 your dog to enjoy on a mid spring day.


  1. Tom Slick Dog Park: 7400 Texas 151 Access Rd

  2. Phil Hardberger Park: 13203 Blanco Rd

  3. Pearsall Dog Park: 4700 Old Pearsall Rd

  4. McAllister Dog Park: 13102 Jones Maltsberger Rd

  5. Brackenridge Park: 3903 N St Mary’s St

  6. Comanche Lookout Park: 15551 Nacogdoches Rd

Some restaurants offer a complimentary dog-friendly patio

 when dining so your pup can people watch while you eat:


  1. Cappy’s Restaurant & Bar: Image title

  2. Beto’s: 8142 Broadway Rd

  3. Tong Thai's: 1146 Austin Hwy

  4. Candlelight Cafe: 3011 N. St. Mary's St

  5. Il Sogno Osteria: 200 E Grayson St

  6. Ocho: 1015 Navarro St

  7. Madhatters Teahouse & Cafe: 320 Beaurguard St

  8. Alamo Street Eat Bar: 609 S Alamo St

  9. Blue Star Brewing Company: 1414 S Alamo St

  10. Stella Public House: 1414 S Alamo St

  11. Halcyon: 1414 S Alamo St

  12. Crumpets Restaurant & Bakery: 3920 Harry Wurzbach Rd

  13. La Tuna Grill: 100 Probandt St

  14. Two Bros BBQ Market: 12656 West Ave

  15. Bobahut Cafe: 1621 N. Main St (behind SAC)

In addition to dog parks and restaurants, San Antonio offers numerous areas to

 take your dog for a visit and get some exercise or interact with people.


            1. Sister's Grimm Ghost Walk: 300 Alamo Plaza

Image title            2. Bad Wolf Ghost Tours: 300 Alamo Plaza

            3. River City Run: 300 Alamo Plaza

            4. Follow the meet up group Nature Hounds which hosts 400 events a year like nature walks, weekend park trips, and other recreational activities to do with your furry friend (although having a dog is not required to join the group/events)


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