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ABQ Trolley Co.
303 Romero St NW, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87104
Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome to join their humans on this 85-minute narrated tour of ABQ aboard an open-air trolley. Tours depart from Historic Old Town. Periodic closures occur throughout the season.
Petroglyph national Monument
6510 Western Trl NW, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87120
The park offers multiple, dog-friendly hiking trails varying in length with ancient petroglyphs etched into the rocks. Dogs can join you as you explore Rinconada Canyon, Piedras Marcadas Canyon, and the Volcanoes Day Use Area. The only areas where dogs are not allowed are the Boca Negra Canyon and inside any public buildings. There is no fee to enter the National Park; there is one trail that has a parking fee, but that trail does not allow dogs.
4022 Rio Grande NW, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87107
Bookworks is pet-friendly and offers a selection of books so vast even the most avid reader will find something unexpected! Bring your pup along to browse for a new read or shop for an old favorite.
Animal Humane Trap/Neuter/Return Program
Animal Humane Donor-subsidized Veterinary Clinic
To schedule an appointment, please call (505) 217-0300 & select Option 1
1800 Tingley Dr SW
Albuquerque, NM, US, 87104
Dogs must be leashed at Tingley Beach
Magical Old Town: Past and Present
Parrillan Buillding, N Plaza St NW, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87104
'Magical Old Town: Past and Present' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Greg. You and your pooch will be invited to the host's home where you will be served coffee, tea and biscochitos and talk about the history and life of the plaza during the Spanish, Mexican and American colonial periods.Your host will then take you on guided walk through the plaza where you will get to see the architecture, hear local lore, talk with residents and discover other points of interest. Please note that someone in your party may need to wait outside at stops that visit the inside of a building where dogs are not allowed.
National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
601 Eubank SE, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87123
Bring your leashed, well-behaved dog to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History for a fun and educational day out with your pet. The mission of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is to serve as America’s resource for nuclear history and science. The Museum presents exhibits and quality educational programs that convey the diversity of individuals and events that shape the historical and technical context of the nuclear age.
Sandia Crest Trail No. 130S
R 536, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87122
This trail is a beginner/intermediate level hike (some steep hills) and dog friendly! The whole hike leads to the Sandia Crest or spend a few hours looking for fossils. It's a great way to spend the morning, afternoon, or day with the people and puppies you love most. Make sure to bring water in your car as there is no potable water nearby.
Old Town Albuquerque
Historic Old Town has been the heart of Albuquerque since the city was founded in 1706. Today, it’s the city’s cultural center, with museums and more than 100 shops, galleries, and restaurants.
Many of the shops around the plaza are happy to have your pooch join you as you browse. But if shopping isn’t your dog’s thing, he’ll definitely enjoy sniffing around the park!
The Flying Star Cafe on Rio Grande Blvd is one of our favorites. They have a shaded, pet friendly patio with handy “canine hitches” to attach your pup!
Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway
The Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway follows Highway 14 and connects Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The 50-mile drive makes a perfect day trip with lots to do along the way!
Highway 14 skirts the edge of the Cibola National Forest, where you could easily spend a whole day exploring – and it’s completely pet friendly!
Truth or Consequences
Truth or Consequences is another fun dog friendly day trip from Albuquerque. Formerly known as Hot Springs, the town changed it’s name in 1950 as part of a publicity stunt. Hot Springs was a much more accurate moniker, because a visit to TorC is all about the naturally occurring hot springs that surface here!
Three Dog Bakery
9821 Montgomery Blvd. NE,
Albuquerque, NMAdd Your Ratinga bakery just for dogs! they have loads of doggy treats, toys and supplies. wednesday night from 6-7 is yappy hour for large dogs.
Boca Negra Canyon
Boca Negra Canyon is a rugged desert park offering mild day hikes around dramatic petroglyphs carved into volcanic rocks. The Petroglyph National Monument is located in the park, which showcases fragile carvings on the dark boulders of the cliffs. Though dogs aren’t allowed in the monument area, you can walk or jog with your canine on the designated pet-friendly day trails.