Vancouver, British Columbia, is an incredible, dog-friendly destination.
The city is lined with incredible parks, delicious food, and numerous hikes for you and your best friend to enjoy and explore.
I was fortunate to explore the city and mountains across British Columbia this fall, and I have been excited to share my adventures with you.
Check out some of my favorite dog-friendly stops along the way!
Walking around Downtown Vancouver is a fun way to exercise with your pup. There are plenty of dog-friendly shops to stop in with your dog along the way.
There are plenty of unique street art photo opportunities for you and your pup to take silly poses. I like the piece with the bunny, the pig, and the fox, but I thought it could use a dog, too!
A jaunt around Stanley Park is the perfect destination to run around with your pup. Make sure to take a picture with the famous totem poles. I had zero interest in posing with them that day.
Granville Island has cute little shops that are dog-friendly. The public market pictured is not pet-friendly, but the majority of surrounding shop owners will gladly welcome your pup with dog treats galore!
Granville Island also has some pretty sweet photo opportunities along the waterfront, and I was loving the smells of the salty air!
The treats were plentiful. One of the shop owners even left a dish for me to drink from beneath the humans’ fountain!
The famous Steam Clock on Water Street is funky and plays music, but I clearly wasn’t interested in this photo opportunity either.
When you need a break to enjoy nature, there is an abundance of magical hikes surrounding the city. I had the best time swimming and hiking at Golden Ears Provincial Park.
Thank you for reading my dog-friendly adventures!
Scarlett “Boney” Begonias is an American bulldog and dog-friendly-travel blogger. She is a passionate foodie, loves marrow bones, and enjoys hiking all over the country with her parents. She was rescued from death row in Miami as a pup, and thus is a breed advocate for bulldogs, pitbulls, and other restricted dog breeds. Scarlett’s mission is to educate people on breed restrictions and help people find the best destinations to travel with their best friends. To learn more, check out Scarlett’s blog, BigDogTravelBlog.com. email@example.com