There are so many things you can do with your dog, from taking him on a walk to going to a hike. But if you’re looking for something a little different to do, then read on!
Whether you live in Frisco and you’re looking for new things to do with your dog, or whether you’re visiting for the week and you want some inspiration as to where you and you dog can eat out, we’ve rounded up 7 things which you can do with your pet in Frisco.
This dog park is a clean and spacious, 2.5 acres of open space with a good mixture of terrains. From hills, trees and pavilions, there will be plenty of ground to cover to keep your pup happy. There are also park benches for owners to sit down and relax. There are two separate areas, one for dogs weighing less and 25 pounds, and another for dogs weighing more than 25 pounds. This gives you peace of mind knowing your pooch is with similar sized dogs. The Ruff Range is open from sunrise, to sunset every day, except Thursdays (closed for cleaning).
If you’re looking for somewhere to take you pooch to be pampered, this is the perfect place. They offer grooming, bathing, teeth, nails, brushing and plenty more to keep your pup happy. This group of experienced dog groomers are all pet lovers and will take the best of care of your pooch during their treatment. Located just across from Stonebriar Centre, it’s a really convenient location to be able to drop your dog off while you do a bit of shopping.
If you’re a foodie as well as a dog lover, and you happen to be in Frisco during April or May, don't miss Frisco StrEATS Gourmet Food Truck Festival. Located in the Rail District, the event not only features the best food trucks around, but there is also music, unique shopping experiences and kid’s activities. The best bit about this festival for dog lovers, is that dogs are welcome!
Located on at The Star, Cane Rosso was born when Jay Jerrier tasted his first Italian pizza, and wanted to recreate his experience in America. They use fresh dough and natural flour imported from Italy to create the perfect pizza, and the best thing about this place for dog lovers, is that they’ll also let you bring along your furry friend on their patio! Jerrier has also created a dog rescue group, Cane Rosso Rescue, which dedicates itself to saving the lives of abandoned dogs.
This adult-friendly sports bar offers ‘good food, food friends and good times!’ This is also one of the only dog friendly patios in Frisco! Inside, they feature 17 TV’s where you can watch your favorite team play. They also have pool table, darts and a classic arcade game table if you fancy challenging your friends to a few rounds!
The Riders host three nights every year where you can bring your canine friend along with you. Dogs do not need a ticket, but if you are taking along your four-legged best friend, you’ll need to enter through the doggie gate. Your dog will have to have had up to date vaccinations and you’ll need to sign a liability waiver, but once all the official stuff is out of the way, you can enjoy the game on the grass berm area.
The Paw Depot is the place to go if you need any doggy related stuff. This independent retail store is located on Main Street. Their strap line is ‘More than pet food… per nutrition’! They pride themselves on selling natural, grain-free and raw food options for your puppy, as well as cats. They sell a wide range of quality dog products from dog beds and leashes. Whatever your pooch needs – they’ll have. They also welcome dogs into the store, which is great if you want to take you dog with you to choose a new toy.