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For Beach-Loving Dogs

Human companions are lovely, but there’s something special about discovering a new place through the eyes of a furry friend. Bounding through forest trails, sniffing out local treats, enjoying a beachside sunset — what could be better? Here is an example of all the fun you could be having at Seabrook right now.

Breakfast

Start your day at Red Velvey Bakery, a Seabrook favorite that loves canines and coffee alike. Conveniently located about five minutes from the beach, the cozy bakery invites dogs and their owners to enjoy the front patio. Sip a hot cup o' joe and fill up on a breakfast pastries while your pup sips from complimentary water bowls and nibbles on courtesy treats. If you're visiting around the holidays, "Santa Paws" traditionally makes an appearance in early December.

Morning

Romp through the surf at Pacific Beach, a sandy pooch's paradise. This stretch of beach spans miles and dogs gallop freely along the water's edge, fetching frisbees and giving chase to new friends. Waterdogs paddle out with swimmers and paddleboarders.

Lunch

Nestled inside Seabrook along Front Street, Mill 109 is one of the best dog-friendly restaurant in town. It not only features abundant outdoor seating and complimentary water bowls, it also serves up a delicious Bloody Mary for your human-friends.

Afternoon

Hit the dirt at fenced dog park, situated on the edge of the Farm District off Meriweather Street. The fenced-in space offers something for every wagging tail, including donated balls, water stations, and plenty of space to run wild. Before or after, leash your canine companion and stroll the various trails weaving through the rest of the picturesque beach town.

Evening

Located on the corner of E. Myrtle and Meriweather, The Salty Dog is the Washington Coast's most popular one-stop shop for dogs. Featuring a full range of fun and functional products for playing, eating, sleeping, and wearing, the Salty Dog will help you make the most of a trip to the beach. 

Walk a block down Meriweather Street to Frontager's Pizza, lauded for its gourment pizzas, cold beer, and dog-friendly patio.