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Exclusive | Pet-friendly Dallas

Exclusive | Pet-friendly Dallas

Where to Hang Your Leash
Dogs and cats are welcome at the elegant Mansion on Turtle Creek (2821 Turtle Creek Blvd; 214-559-2100; $285+) for a $100 non-refundable fee. Amenities include food and water bowls and a special in-room menu.

Kimpton?s stylish Palomar (5300 E. Mockingbird Lane; 214-520-7969; $199+), in the vibrant Park Cities neighborhood, welcomes pets at no additional charge. Book the Bone Appetite Pet Package ($299+) and get your four-legged friend a luxurious pet bed, treats, bottled water, designer food bowls, a personalized Pet Tag, and complimentary toy.

Downtown views, modern luxury and mid-century style entice hipsters to Hotel Belmont (901 Fort Worth Ave; 877-476-3378; $109+). This stylish spot offers non-smoking rooms, an easy drive from downtown and Bishops Arts District. Dogs are welcome for a $25 fee. Other pets are accepted on a case-by-case basis. Doggy treats are provided.

Chow? dog-friendly spots to grab some kibble
Gloria?s Restaurant (3715 Greenville Ave; 214-874-0088; $10-16), a fabulous Tex-Mex-Salvadorian option in Oak Lawn gayborhood allows dogs at outdoor tables.

Hunky?s (4000 Cedar Springs Rd; 214-522-1212; $4-7) in Dallas? Gay Village serves old-fashioned hamburgers to a hot crowd. Dogs are allowed at their outdoor tables.

In the West Village, Paris Vendome (3699 McKinney Ave Ste 200; 469-533-5663; $10-23) hosts an average of three to six dogs each night and gives them treats and a choice of Evian or Perrier.

Run Dog, Run
Deep Ellum Dog Park (Good Latimer Expressway and Commerce Street) offers over an acre of space for your pooch to frolic. It?s open Tuesday through Sunday from 5 a.m. till midnight.

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