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Dog Destinations in PGH: More Than Just Parks

Pittsburgh boasts a wide variety of dog parks all over the city but, as the weather cools down, you might have trouble finding destinations for you and your pup. Whether you’re seeking some canine retail therapy, a luxurious bubble bath, or a cozy study spot, you’ll be sure to find them here in Pittsburgh.

Petagogy/ FB

Petagogy/ FB

Petagogy
Shadyside
“Healthy products for healthy pets”. Petagogy carries only natural products made by small companies in the US and Canada. Their dedication to their customers is evident in their willingness to sample out all in store products, place special orders, and their same day delivery service.
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The Dog Stop/ FB

The Dog Stop/ FB

The Dog Stop
East End Location
Voted Best Pet Resort and Best Groomer by Pittsburgh Magazine in 2014, the East End Dog Stop is 17,000 square feet of dog themed fun. The facility contains a dog day care, a kennel, grooming services, a retail store, and an immense outdoor space complete with a pond and water wall.
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Travis Estell/ Flickr

Travis Estell/ Flickr

Big Dog Coffee
Intelligentsia coffee, pastries, and gelato aren’t the only things that make Big Dog the ideal spot to cuddle up this winter. Big Dog welcomes both you and your dog friend’s to come in and enjoy the warmth. Come in Monday through Sunday until 10pm and snuggle up with your dog and a hand crafted latte.
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shoehorn99? Flickr

shoehorn99? Flickr

Woody’s Dog Wash & Pet Boutique
Woody’s offers high quality pet products, gentle grooming, and a Self Serve Dog Wash which uses the Bathmaster Bathing System to allow you to effortlessly give your pup a luxury bath. Woody’s is dedicated to providing economical services and products that are healthy for your pets.

About Julianna Bagwell (104 Articles)
Julianna Bagwell is the Managing Editor for LOCALpittsburgh as well as a freelance writer for various publications including Thrillist.com. At her core, she is an extreme foodie and dog enthusiast.

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