Saratoga has 35 Pet-Friendly Hotels!
Pet-Friendly Hotels »
First things first. You'll need help deciding where to stay with your dog (or cat). Want a house? Prefer a hotel? Just browse Bring Fido's listings. You can filter by amenities, or have their Canine Concierge help you choose the perfect spot. And there are no booking fees! You can also check out Trip Advisor's list.
Lots and Lots of Pet-Friendly Restaurants
Pet-Friendly Restautants »
Thanks to New York's 2015 "Dining With Dogs" bill, restaurants can choose whether or not to allow dogs to sit with their owners on an outdoor patio. And a few dozen restaurants in Saratoga say YES to dogs! Breakfast? Try Comptons. Lunch? Try the Cantina. Dinner? Try Druthers.
Up for a Good Romp?
Dog-Friendly Outdoor Parks and Trails »
Sure, you can spend hours strolling down Broadway with your dog, but getting out into some of Saratoga's green spaces will provide lots of carefree exercise for you and your dog. Whether it's on jogging trails or in any of our expansive parks, you'll be able to get your dog's ya-ya's out. As the saying goes: "A good dog is a tired dog."
A Spa Day for Both of You
Dog Boutiques, Groomers and Pet Shops »
Planning a day at the Spa for yourself? Why not treat your dog too? Want to splurge on unique toys for your pet? Need a dog Groomer? Looking for some delicious home-made dog treats? Did you forget a leash or bowl at home? Need a frisbee? Have no fear—we have them here.
Got a Water Baby?
Dog-Friendly Beaches around Saratoga »
Greenspace is all well and good, you say. But you have a dog who lives for water. We've got you covered there too. Lakes (Saratoga Lake), rivers, and streams abound around here. If you want to explore a little further afield, Sacandaga Lake and Lake George are good bets.
Need a Pet Sitter or Dog Walker
Local Pet Services »
For those times when you have several hours planned that can't/don't include your dog, or you need a pet sitter to care for your cat, here's how you can find local pet services. And, of course, you can always check out Rover or Wag! to help expand your options.
Or a Dog Who Likes to Scale Heights?
Hadley Trails Info »
The 3.3-mile trail is rated as moderate. The fire tower is open, but good views can be had without climbing it. On a clear day, the summit gives you excellent views of the Great Sacandaga Lake to the south, the High Peaks to the north, and Lake Champlain to the east.
Fido or FiFi Not Feeling Well?
List of Local Vets »
No one likes to even entertain the thought that anything untoward could happen to their pet, nevermind while on vacation. But sometimes the unthinkable happens. If it does for you, we have a host of top-notch Veterinarians who can help your pet back to health.
History + Hiking for a Perfect Day!
Saratoga National Historic Park Website »
You don't have to be a history buff to enjoy the spectacular views of the Hudson River meandering through the rolling hills of Saratoga National Historic Park. There are two trail options: The paved 10-mile Battlefield Tour Road and the 4.2 mile Wilkinson Trail. Be sure to bring a picnic lunch-you'll want to spend the day.
And Just Because This is Saratoga After All
Saratoga is known for its Spas and healing waters. So no trip would be complete without exploring what's available for your pets. You'll find natural holistic dog care, Reiki services, and animal communication services among the possibilities.