Dog Friendly Shopping in Oregon

If you live to shop, you’ll be happy to know that many high-end boutiques and major retailers in Oregon welcome well-behaved pets in their stores. Browse through our pet friendly shopping directory for a list of our favorites in Oregon. They often keep a stash of dog bones under the counter!

Pet Friendly Portland Saturday Market
Portland Saturday Market Leashed dogs are welcome at the weekly Portland Saturday Market in Portland, OR. Open March through December, it is nationally recognized as the largest continuously operating open-air arts and crafts market in the country. Bring Fido while you shop the marketplace of locally handmade arts, crafts and foods from the Pacific Northwest. See Details
Pet Friendly True Lavender Collective
True Lavender Collective You and Fido are welcome to experience the dog-friendly True Lavender Collective in Ashland, OR. Explore the curated collection of lavender-infused products using flowers and essential oils carefully sourced from small lavender farms, artisans and renowned brands. During your visit, browse the expanding selection of products specifically for Fido, which include lavender dog cookies, shampoo and a soothing pet spray. See Details
Four Paws on the Beach Four Paws on the Beach is pet-friendly. This boutique pet store sells top-quality supplies and gifts for dogs, cats and their “owners” on the northern Oregon coast. Here, you'll discover food, toys, treats and more. It's a great pitstop before heading to the beach for the day. Four Paws on the Beach is open every day of the week from 10am to 5pm. See Details
Inscapes Gallery Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome to join you at Inscapes Gallery in Newport, OR. You and Fido can browse fine art, musical instruments, jewelry, home decor, sculpture, outdoor art, and more creative touches for yourself, your home, or your garden. See Details
Bandon Bait Shop The oldest business on the Brandon, OR Boardwalk, Bandon Bait Shop is dog friendly! Dog owners can hang out and watch the locals launch their boats, and get licenses, fishing and crabbing information, bait and tackle and more. Dogs must be leashed during their visit. See Details
Hollywood Farmers Market Bring Fido for a stroll through the Hollywood Farmers Market in Portland, OR. After 10am, well-behaved dogs are welcome. Pets must be on a short, non-expandable leash. Upon arrival, dog owners can stop by the information booth to pick up a complimentary treat and give their pet a drink from a fresh bowl of water. Dog owners should check its website or call ahead before planning their outing. See Details
Modern Floors Modern Floors is the premier floor covering showplace in Coos Bay, OR, and is also is dog friendly. Modern Floors is a one-stop showroom for all of your floor covering needs. Browse the best and largest selection of carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, and tile products as well as decorative blinds and window treatments. You'll even find various types of flooring tailored to pets which is durable, easy to clean and scratch-resistant. Modern Floors is dog friendly and encourage pup parents to bring Fido in for treats! See Details
Patagonia Patagonia is a pet-friendly store in Bend, OR The locally-owned store invites leashed dogs to join their owners as they shop for outdoor sports supplies and clothing. Retail items include men & women's clothing, books, bags, and other accessories. See Details
Wheeler Station Antiques Wheeler Station Antiques is a pet-friendly antique store in Wheeler, OR. There's 10,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles to explore among the 100 different vendors. Well-behaved and leashed dogs are welcome to join you inside, as long as they are careful around the antique items. See Details
Cabela's The Tualatin, OR location of Cabela's is pet friendly. Bring Fido inside to shop alongside you! Inside, you'll find a massive selection of outdoor gear for hunting, fishing, shooting and camping. They also have a wide variety of both men's and women's clothing and footwear. See Details
Blockbuster Blockbuster in Bend, OR is pet friendly. Do you remember when Netflix used to come in the mail and Blockbuster was the place to get the latest movie? If you feel a sense of nostalgia for how movies used to be consumed, then bring your pooch along to the last Blockbuster rental store on the planet. This historic store flies the flag for the old school and allows dogs inside to sniff out the best canine flick for movie night. See Details
Filson Filson is a long-running (since 1897) retailer offering rugged outdoor clothing, travel bags & watches. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome. See Details
Woodburn Premium Outlets Woodburn Premium Outlets is a dog-friendly outdoor shopping area in Woodburn, OR. Located off of Interstate 5 between Portland and Salem, visitors will find 110 stores including Nike, Adidas and The North Face. Fido can join you in outdoor areas which feature skylight-covered walkways, and beautiful Northwest architecture and landscaping. See Details
Pirate's Plunder Pirate's Plunder is a pet-friendly antique mall with over 80 vendors in the South Beach side of Newport, OR. Bring Fido along while you peruse the aisles, shopping for souvenirs, collectibles, decorations and antiques. See Details
Bronze Coast Gallery Bronze Coast Gallery is a pet-friendly art exhibit in downtown Cannon Beach, OR. Bring Fido while you view and shop their selection of fine art, including bronze sculptures, oil paintings and mixed-media creations. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome. See Details
Grange Co-op: Grants Pass Grange Co-op is a pet-friendly garden center and farm store with a location in Grants Pass, OR. Bring Fido while you shop live plants, livestock feed, lawn supplies, home improvement, apparel, and even pet products like food, treats, beds & crates, toys, and accessories. Leashed dogs welcome. See Details
Montavon's Berries Montavon's Berries is a pet-friendly farm at the base of Mount Hood, OR. They offer u-pick and ready-pick blueberries, cherries, and raspberries available to order. Dogs are welcome as long as they're kept on a leash and out of the berry field. Hours of operation depend on fruit harvest, so be sure to check their website for an opening date before visiting. See Details