Experience Guide | Tourism Medicine Hat

Most hotels in Medicine Hat offer pet-friendly rooms. See a list of pet friendly hotels on page 93. Wherever the exploration takes you, furry four-legged friends should be well behaved, listen well, and, unless on a designated off-leash area, be on-leash.

Many Medicine Hat parks are a stunning escape into nature and the tree-lined trails are great for shade on those sunny days. Some trails allow for dogs to roam off-leash, while others are on-leash only — designated signage can be found in these areas. A list of parks and trails to visit can be found on pages 30-35. For a fenced in, outdoor, off-leash spot, Westvue Dog Park is a popular space for big and small dogs. Near Medicine Hat’s Historic Downtown is another fenced-in space, Saratoga Dog Park.

Over 20 eateries allow dogs on their patio. Edmonton-influencer Linda Hoang put together a blog that lists them all. If your furry friends need stimulation to burn some energy, True North K9 Compound has an open area and playground area, with equipment and toys, where owners and dogs can play, train, or bond in a safe and controlled environment. Botanicals is a pet-friendly plant shop that is happy to see dogs come through the door. More small shops are becom ing pet-friendly every year. Call before you shop and ask if your puppers can tag along.

Scan the QR code to find Linda Hoang's Guide to Dog-Friendly Patios in Medicine Hat.




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