Dog Friendly Things to Do in Walla Walla, WA | Visit Walla Walla

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For the Dogs

If you are traveling with your four legged friend and are wondering what to do and where to go in Walla Walla, here are a few suggestions;

Supplies

  • Wags to Whiskers
    Located at the tri-corner of Main and Palouse and Boyer, just east of downtown.
    Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-6:00, Sat 10:00-5:00
  • City Zoo Pet Store
    Located a short drive east of downtown in the Eastgate area.
    Hours: Mon-Sat 9:30-6:00pm
  • L & G Ranch Supply
    Located a short drive east of downtown near the Walla Walla Community College.
    Hours: Mon-Sat 8:00-6:00, Sun 10:00-4:00
  • Petco
    Located a short drive west of downtown.
    Hours: Mon-Sat 9:00-8:00, Sun 10:00-6:00

Places to Play

Walla Walla Dog Park – Located near the Fort Walla Walla Museum, just off the corner of The Dalles Military Road and Myra Road.  The Walla Walla Dog Park is a great place to bring your pups to socialize, play and exercise with other canines. There is a large fenced general play area as well as a smaller fenced section for small dogs that may need to be separated to play with others their own size. Doggie pick-up bags and water are provided and there are always several toys from which to choose.

Bennington Lake – Located east of downtown near the Walla Walla Community College.  Enjoy beautiful views of the northern Blue Mountains and the open space surrounding the lake. Bennington Lake while small, is a great venue for having a fun. Please look for posted signs with leash guidelines.

Dogs are welcome in the Walla Walla City Parks, but must remain on leash.  Please remember to pick up after your pet.

Places to Sleep

Hotel/Motel –  While all of the following hotels/motels are pet friendly, their policies do vary.  We suggest asking about their pet policy when making your reservation.

Bed and Breakfast – The Inn at Abeja has one suite, the Bunk House, that is dog friendly.

Pet Resort/Doggy DaycareHaute Dog Pet Resort

Whining & Dining

Wineries – Most wineries will happily welcome well behaved, leashed pets.  We suggest calling ahead or politely asking before you enter a tasting room or winery facility with your canine friend.  Every winery is different.  Please be respectful of their individual decisions about dogs.

Restaurants – There are several restaurants located downtown that have outdoor patios and are generally accommodating to well behaved, leashed pets. Please be sure to ask a staff member if Fido is welcome on their patio.