Pet-Friendly St. Augustine
Your Go-To Resource for all your Pet's needs
I’ve provided a list below of some reliable pet resources from vet care to dog parks. Whether you are already a local or looking to make your move here, your pet is always at home in St. Augustine.
Our pets are part of our family so their health is a priority. Finding a Veterinarian that you and your pet feel comfortable with is important. Provided below are some Veterinarians I have used personally and have come highly recommended by others.
We all need to take vacations and you not going to be able to bring your pet to all of them so you need to make sure you pet is left in a place that works for them whether it's a home or a boarding facility. Here is a list of some local options.
Off-Leash Dog Parks
Veterans Dog Park located in St. Johns, FL, this 3 acre park features separate fences sections for large and small dogs, drinking fountains and plenty of open space to enjoy playing fetch.
Joe Pomar Park located on Masters Dr. in St. Augustine, this park is a bit smaller but close to downtown, fenced in, and offers water fountains for your pup.
Paws Dog Park at Ron Park Parker is located on Old Beach Rd on Anastasia Island. This is a wonderful public park and the perfect place to bring your pet to romp and play in the fenced area.
Paws Dog at Treaty Park is located on Wildwood Dr. in St. Augustine and offers a fenced in dog run which includes a small dog area and drinking fountains.
There is nothing like watching a dog having fun on the beach...Lucky for us dogs are welcome on the beaches in St. Augustine, they just need to be leashed for their own safety and the safety of others. Make sure you bring plenty of fresh water and don't forge to scoop up the poop so our pets can continue to enjoy the area beaches.
Other On-Leash Activities
Colonial Quarter offers live music, drinks and snacks in their outdoor venue and your pup is welcome to join you and listen to some tunes.
St. Augustine Lighthouse welcomes well behaved dogs to enjoy the grounds on a leash.
St. Augustine Eco Tours welcomes your leashed dogs to relax with you on tours at Scenic Cruise of St. Augustine.
Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park Visit the site where St. Augustine began in 1565 with you pooch. With more than 15 waterfront acres to explore, you and your pup will find plenty of activities to enjoy. Just keep Fido on a leash.
There are plenty of restaurants in St. Augustine with outdoor dining that welcomes well-behaved dogs. Here is a list of some, but I am sure there are more.
Ancient City Brewing 3420 Agricultural Center Drive (904) 429-9654
Barley Republic 48 Spanish Street (904) 547-2023
Beachcomber 2 A Street (904) 471-3744
Beaches at Vilano 254 Vilano Road (904) 829-0589
Burrito Works Taco Shop 114 St. George Street 671 A1A Beach Blvd
Original Café Eleven 501 A1A Beach Boulevard (904) 460-9311
Chianti Room 60 Charlotte Street (904) 825-4100
Crave Food Truck 134 Riberia Street (904) 293-6373
Creekside Dinery 160 Nix Boat Yard Road (904) 829-6113
Florida Cracker Cafe 81 St George Street (904) 829-0397
The Floridian 72 Spanish Street (904) 829-0655
Gaufre’s and Goods 9 Aviles Street (904) 829-5770
Harry’s Seafood, Bar, & Grille 46 Avenida Menendez (904) 824-7765
Hurricane Patty’s 69 Lewis Boulevard (904) 827-1822
Hurricane Grille 4255 S. A1A 13 & 14 (904) 471-7120
Kingfish Grill 252 Yacht Club Drive (904) 824-2111
Maple Street Biscuit Company 39 Cordova Street (904) 217-7814
Mellow Mushroom 410 Anastasia Boulevard (904) 826-4040
MOJO Old City Barbecue 5 Cordova Street (904) 342-5264
O.C. White’s 118 Avenida Menendez (904) 824-0808
Osprey Taco 300 Anastasia Blvd, St. Augustine (904) 679-4191
Salt Life Food Shack A1A Beach Boulevard 904-217-3256
Sunset Grille 421 A1A Beach Boulevard (904) 471-5555
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