Dog Events in Happy Valley, OR

There are 7 upcoming pet friendly events within 20 miles of Happy Valley. Use the links below to get details on each event, print directions, look at pictures, and even read reviews of last year’s event. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Happy Valley.

Pet Friendly Pet Photos With The Easter Bunny
Pet Photos With The Easter Bunny Bring your furry friend for a special pet photo session! All pets must be leashed or crated when entering the shopping center. Walk-up visits will be accommodated on a space-available basis. To reduce overall wait times, pet parents are strongly encouraged to make a reservation in advance by visiting the website. See Details
Pet Friendly Hardy Bridge Loop Dog-Friendly Hike
Hardy Bridge Loop Dog-Friendly Hike Spend a day on the trails with your best friend! Join hike leader Don McCoy as he guides you along the Equestrian trail through the Upper Hardy Trail and Bridge Trail intersection, leading to the East Hardy Trail and back around, totaling seven to ten miles. Well-trained, leashed dogs are welcome, but you don't need a dog to attend! Please be sure to bring enough water for you and your dog, doggy waste bags, sunscreen and closed-toe shoes. Register beforehand to secure your spot! See Details
Walk/Run for the Animals Bring Fido along for a morning of fresh air! There will be separate paths for walkers and runners. See Details
Tails and Trails Pet Walk Meet at Imagination Station located next to Reynolds High School for this fundraiser for K9 Kalvery. Prizes will be awarded and pet relate info will line the walking path. Leashed pets are welcome. See Details
Oregon Humane Society's Annual Doggie Dash Bring Fido to Portland’s biggest pet event of the year featuring a fun walk/run, pet festival, pancake breakfast, libation station, fun contests and much more. In addition to the walk/run, all registered Dashers get access to many free activities at the pet festival. See Details
Portland Walk to End Colon Cancer The Portland Walk to End Colon Cancer is a dog and family-friendly event created by the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, with the goal to provide support for patients and families, caregivers, and survivors; to raise awareness of preventive measures; and inspire efforts to fund critical research. The Walk is a commitment to see the end of colorectal cancer in our lifetime by raising money to save lives through early detection and research. Register today and fundraise your own team. If you're not comfortable walking in person, you may join as a virtual walker. See Details
Concerts in the Park Leashed dogs are welcome at Oregon City Parks and Recreation's summer music line-up. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. Food vendors will be on site. See Details
Big Northwest Subaru Festival The event will feature a variety of activities for dogs, a Subaru rallycross, car show, vendors, food, music, prizes, giveaways, adoptables and more. See Details