Top Dog Events Worldwide

When you want to really spoil your dog, or just meet other dog owners who are as crazy about their pets as you, there’s no better place to bring Fido than a dog event. Attend any of the dog shows, agility competitions, costume parades, festivals or fundraisers on our Dog Events Calendar and you’ll meet hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dog lovers. And since 70% of the events listed benefit humane societies, attending one is a great way to help homeless pets too.

NOV 11, 2017 –
OCT 28, 2018

Play MetroDemic

Join us for a dog-friendly game of MetroDemic north of downtown in the Dallas Arts District. Teams of 2-4 owners and their K-9 companions will team to save as many lives as possible from a deadly epidemic that is impacting Dallas. Your team will hunt for secret "outbreak" locations on a walk through the area and answer themed trivia to stop the disease. You'll have 90-minutes to rack up the highest score in the city! • This game is played entire outdoors and on foot, so dogs are entirely welcome to join you on your mission!
JUL 8 –
NOV 18

The Fox - Yadkin Valley Hiking & Wine Tasting Tour

This is a weekly event. Please check event page calendar for updated dates: https://www.happytailstours.com/tours/yadkin-valley-hiking-wine-tasting/ Tours with dogs. People without dogs are welcome. A fun-filled day trip of a morning hiking in some of central North Carolina’s most beautiful scenery, followed by wine tastings of fantastic award-winning locally made wines at 2 of North Carolina’s best and most dog-friendly wineries. Whether you are with a group or just traveling with your canine best friend, you will really enjoy this amazing day! Pilot Mountain, the first stop, has spectacular views of the winery-rich Yadkin Valley, the Sauratown Mountains, the Blue Ridge Mountains to the northwest, and the skyline of Downtown Winston Salem to the south. Referred to by the natives of the area as Jomeokee or Great Guide because it has been a navigational landmark for centuries, Pilot Mountain rises abruptly 2,400 feet from the valley floor below. There are hikes with a variety of difficulty levels to choose from, all with amazing views. INCLUDED: • TRANSPORTATION FROM CHARLOTTE • WINE TASTINGS IN 2 WINERIES • PICNIC LUNCH & DOG TREATS • ENTRANCE FEES • TOUR GUIDE
JUL 12 –
NOV 27

Biltmore Estate Tour

This tour is based out to Charlotte, NC to the Biltmore in Ashevile, NC. Please check event page calendar for updated dates: https://www.happytailstours.com/tours/biltmore-estate/ Tour with dogs. People without dogs are welcome. Come celebrate the bounty of Biltmore’s vineyards, pastures, and fields at the Biltmore Estate. Delight in themed menus, special offerings at their Winery, and a host of events and activities amidst stunning surroundings. The year-round transformation in the Blue Ridge Mountains will amaze you. Originally 125,000 acres, the now 8,000-acre Estate is the site of the 250 room, 135,000 square foot Chateau built by George Vanderbilt in 1895. It is still the largest privately owned home in the United States. Your estate admission includes a self-guided visit to Biltmore House & access to the gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the landscape architect responsible for New York’s Central Park. Dogs are not allowed in any of the buildings on the estate but there are a variety of restaurants with outdoor seating to choose from. Tour attendees will switch off to watch your dogs while you tour the main house. Included: • ENTRANCE FEES TO ESTATE • ALL TRANSPORTATION • TOUR GUIDE • WINE TASTING
JUL 14 –
NOV 17

The Papillon – Yadkin Valley Wine Tasting Tour

Please check event page calendar for updated dates: https://www.happytailstours.com/tours/yadkin-valley-wine-tasting-booze-cruise-for-your-pooch/ Tours with dogs. People without dogs are welcome. Come on a fantastic wine tasting tour of 3 of North Carolina's finest and most dog-loving wineries. Not only are the wineries looking forward to having everyone and their dogs, most are involved in dog rescue and have their own pups in the winery with them. In 2003 the Yadkin Valley became North Carolina’s first federally-approved American Viticultural Area (AVA) and is known for producing some of America’s finest wines in one of the most scenic regions east of the Mississippi. INCLUDED: • TRANSPORTATION • WINE TASTINGS IN 3 WINERIES • PICNIC LUNCH & DOG TREATS • ENTRANCE & TASTING FEES • TOUR GUIDE
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