Colorado was made for dogs. Colorado is full of parks and natural open space for your canine companions to enjoy. Continue reading for some amazing dog-friendly venues in Colorado. Or check out our article on the most popular dog breeds of last year. Also, if you are looking for a horse property for sale in Colorado, contact Colorado Horse Property today and speak with one of our horse-person realtors.
Our first dog-friendly venue is in Colorado Springs at the Pub Dog Colorado. This restaurant features an off-leash area for dogs to mingle with nearby tables for owners. If you prefer that your dog is leashed there is also an outdoor section for that as well. The Pub Dog Colorado’s menu includes items that are suitable for dogs. You can try the bark bowl, which includes brown rice, sweet potatoes, and an unsalted beef patty. They also have their Bowser Beer Dog Beer, which is a nonalcoholic, refreshing drink for your dog bowl. Your pup can also enjoy a “pupsicle,” a popsicle of frozen chicken broth.
Another great dog-friendly venue is the Adventure with Colorado Jeep Tours. No matter how big your dog is, all dogs are welcome along a Colorado Jeep Tour. The excursion with Colorado Jeep Tours ventures through Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, Red Canyon Park, and the Gold Belt Scenic Byway. If your goal is to get a selfie for your dog’s Instagram, this tour has some great views! Remember to make a reservation specifically for your dog. You’ll be asked to sign the waiver and attend a meet-and-greet with a tour guide when bringing your canine companion along.
Colorado is a great place for dogs and dog owners. Colorado is full of parks and natural open space for your canine companions to enjoy. The most popular dog breeds of 2020 were released on March 16, 2021, based on American Kennel Club registration statistics. Continue reading for the top popular dog breeds. Also, if you are looking for a horse property for sale in Colorado, contact Colorado Horse Property today and speak with one of our horse-person realtors.
Popular Dog Breeds
At the top of list are Labrador Retrievers. Labs are known as the most friendly dog breed. They bond with the whole family and socialize well with other dogs and people. They are also enthusiastic athletes and require lots of exercise. Labs are great at swimming and pick up fetch quicker than other breeds. Next in line is the French Bulldog. This small, affectionate canine is a charmer. French Bulldogs don’t bark much, though they can still make good watchdogs. They happily adapt to life with singles, couples, or families. Unlike labs, this breed does not require a lot of outdoor exercise.
The German Shephard is another popular dog breed. These dogs are known for their loyalty, courage, and confidence, which is why they are often used by law enforcement. German Shepherds are gentle family pets and make great home guardians. And then there’s the Golden Retriever. Goldens are outgoing, trustworthy, and eager-to-please family dogs. These dogs are a favorite for children because they keep their puppy behavior forever. They also enjoy outdoor play and are a whiz at fetch and other tricks. What do you think about the American Kennel Club’s top picks?