Bostonians with their dogs at The Liberty Hotel for Yappier Hour

It’s Not Yappy Hour, It’s Yappier Hour at The Liberty Hotel

The very pet friendly Liberty Hotel sets up an outside bar in their enclosed courtyard for dogs and their owners. Drinks and appetizers were served among a unique mix of romping pooches and Bostonians. As I have heard great things about The Liberty from others regarding the quality of cocktail and conversation, I had high expectations already. I was, however, unsure how Moose our Pointer would fit in.

a dog rolling in the summer grass

Dog Days of Summer Hyatt Cambridge

If you are looking for a Thursday evening on the town where your dog is welcome, check out the “Dog Days of Summer” at the Hyatt Cambridge on Memorial Drive. The staff at the Hyatt is opening their courtyard for a dog friendly cocktail hour. As of now, this new event will be held each Thursday evening of June from 5:30 pm till 8:30, possibly later if there is a crowd.

a lucky lab rescued dog getting a bath at Durty Harry's In Charlestown

Get Involved With A Dog Friendly Charity

Dog owners are always looking for something to do with their dog in Boston. Typically I write about where to find a dog friendly beach or which apple orchards allow dogs.Recently, I spent my Sunday at the “Lather Up The Love!” fundraiser for Lucky Labs Rescue and Adoption at Durty Harry’s in Charlestown. I was there to photograph a bunch of the labs for an upcoming project on Fido Loves.

a labra-doodle along to go apple picking

Apple Picking Dogs Allowed

Fall in Boston brings along traditions in New England like apple picking. Personally, I love apple picking as it usually means apple pie afterwards. And like like dogs, is fresh baked apple pie not part of the American dream? Our quest was to find an apple orchard where our dog was allowed to come apple picking as well.

a Dachshund running on the Boston HarborWalk.

Walking Dogs On The Boston HarborWalk

The Boston HarborWalk runs along the Boston waterfront from the Charlestown Navy Yard, the North End, downtown Boston, Seaport and South Boston. For the most part, the HarborWalk is a great place to take your dog for a walk, or if you are ambitious, a long hike.