Dog Friendly Cookeville, TN

Dog Friendly Cookeville, TN

Need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with your dog in Cookeville, TN? Get the scoop on our favorite pet friendly hotels, restaurants, and activities in Cookeville, TN below! Or give us a call at 877-411-FIDO to book your dog-friendly vacation in Cookeville, TN now.


There are 17 pet friendly hotels in Cookeville, TN. You'll find information on all the most popular pet friendly hotels, vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, and campgrounds in Cookeville, TN below.

Pet Friendly TownePlace Suites by Marriott Cookeville in Cookeville, TN
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Cookeville welcomes two pets up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Both dogs and cats are allowed. Guests with pets are assigned to the first or second floor, and crated pets may be left in the room unattended. There is a pet relief area with waste station on site. For same day arrivals, please call 877-411-3436 to confirm availability of a pet-friendly room.
Pet Friendly Cookeville Airbnb Rentals in Cookeville, TN
Pet policies are determined by the individual host of each Airbnb property. For more information on the pet fee, weight limit and other restrictions at a particular property in Cookeville, please contact the host directly or read the 'house rules' section of their listing.


Don't leave Fido in the hotel room when it's time for dinner. There are 10 dog friendly restaurants in Cookeville, TN. A handful of our favorite sidewalk cafes, coffee shops, bars, and other eateries in Cookeville, TN that welcome Fido to join at an outdoor table are listed below. Bon appetit!


Get out and play! There are 3 dog friendly activities in Cookeville, TN. You'll find information on our favorite dog parks, beaches, hiking trails, tours, stores, and lots of other "animal attractions" in Cookeville, TN below.

Pet Friendly Cummins Falls State Park in Cookeville, TN
An "idyllic, but rugged, 282-acre day-use park," Cummins Falls State Park is dog-friendly! Located in the Cordell Hull Watershed, the area is a scenic spot and swimming hole, featuring Tennessee's eighth largest waterfall in volume of water. Leashed dogs are allowed to explore the park as long as their owners clean up after them. Cummins Falls State Park is open from 8am to 6pm. The gorge area closes at 5pm, and guests at the bottom of the waterfall must start walking out at this time in order to be out of the park by closing.
Pet Friendly Lowes in Cookeville, TN
Lowes is a home improvement store that offers everything you need for your home, including appliances, building materials, outdoor furniture and plants. They welcome dogs on a leash to peruse the aisles with their owners. Lowes is open Monday through Saturday from 6am to 9pm and Sunday from 8am to 7pm.


When you want to really spoil your dog, or just meet other dog owners in Cookeville, TN who are as crazy about their pets are you are, there's no better place to bring Fido than a dog event. You'll find information on some of our favorite annual dog events in Cookeville, TN below.


When traveling with dogs, one thing is certain. Poop happens. Luckily, there are 4 dog friendly pet services in Cookeville, TN that can help you out with poop bags (or anything else you may need). You'll find information on the most popular pet stores, pet sitters, trainers, groomers, and other pet businesses in Cookeville, TN below.

Pet Friendly PETCO Cookeville in Cookeville, TN
PETCO is a leading retailer of premium pet food and supplies with more than 850 stores in 49 states. At this location, you'll find more than 10,000 high-quality pet products, as well as professional dog training, pet photography, and a full-service grooming salon.
Pet Friendly Pocketpoo's Kennel and Boarding in Cookeville, TN
We are a cage free home and facility. Licensed care. Personal attention. We have been in business since 2000. Call us to schedule a visit.
Pet Friendly Critter Cottage in Cookeville, TN
Pet grooming, daycare, & boarding. All at it's best! All breeds welcome!
Pet Friendly Positive Rewards in Cookeville, TN
I chose the name Positive Rewards to reflect my training philosophy; the use of positive reward (reinforcement) training. Achieving success is always rewarding – whether it is the individual learning or the trainer observing comprehension on the part of the student. For people not familiar with the concept of reinforcement training, the idea of being able to effectively teach without using physical or verbal correction seems impossible or improbable. I train by using the motivational desires of the individual.I think of it as a “Fair Trade" agreement between myself and the animal I am working with. If it is a behavior which I am trying to promote – some action which I’d like the animal to perform more frequently, I’ll highlight that particular behavior through use of a marker followed by some form of a reinforcer which the animal desires. If the behavior is not one which I 'want', I'll choose not to reward the behavior. My lack of response communicates " try something else". And that is what will occur. “But what happens when he misbehaves?" Misbehavior can be a reflection of lack of understanding, lack of motivation , or inadvertent reinforcement on our part! Many ‘bad’ behaviors work because we have inadvertently rewarded the behavior in our ignorance. By understanding how the learning process occurs, I demonstrate to owners how to change their animal's behavior without the physical use of force or intimidation.

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