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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 mo... Read More
For a fun way to see more of the city, take your pooch on the pet friendly open-air ABQ Trolley. Running from April through October, this fully-nar... Read More
This walking tour covers 1 1/2 miles at a leisurely pace over 90 minutes. Tour guides use equipment to attempt to detect paranormal activity. ... Read More
Visit this producer of the only mass market nut native to the Americas - the pecan! This orchard has approximately 180,000 trees, which line Hwy 28 f... Read More
Breweries / Wineries
Pets welcome on outdoor patio. The brewery offers light food snacks like pizza and pretzels.
Dogs are welcome but must remain on leash.
Shaded, outdoor seating welcomes pets.
Off-Leash Dog Parks
This is a fenced dog park. You'll need to bring your own water. And although the park is open until 10 p.m., there are no lights.
This fenced dog park features a separate small dog area, benches and shade. You'll need to bring your own water.
This is an unfenced dog park. You'll need to bring your own water.
This is an unfenced dog park that has drinking water.
This fenced dog park has drinking water and lights. There is a separate area for small dogs to play together as well.
Parks & Nature
To learn more about the native history around Albuquerque, take a dog friendly hike at Petroglyph National Monument. The Visitors Center has maps f... Read More
If you want to see petroglyphs with your dog, drive to Piedras Marcadas Canyon. Leashed pets can join you for this 1.5-mile round-trip hike on a unpav... Read More
Walking south from the parking area at Central Avenue and Tingley Drive will bring you to Tingley Beach. This park runs along the Rio Grande and will ... Read More
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