Dog Events in Massachusetts

Mark your calendars! There are 22 upcoming events in Massachusetts. Use the links below to get details on each event, print directions, look at pictures, and even read reviews of last year's events.

Pet Friendly Yappier Hour at Liberty Hotel Boston in Boston, MA
Hotel guests and locals alike can bring their furry friends for some craft cocktails and frosé in The Liberty's private outdoor courtyard, The Yard. This canine mix-and-mingle event is a hit with both The Liberty's guests and Bostonians alike! Yappier Hour takes place on both Mondays and Wednesdays from May through October.
MAY 6 –
OCT 30
Pet Friendly Trillium Garden on the Greenway in Boston, MA
A seasonal beer garden operated by Trillium Brewing Company on the Rose Kennedy Greenway! Trillium Garden is a growing initiative to cultivate temporary seasonal spaces in which to enjoy their beer. By welcoming the city-going population and bringing in guest beers from out of town breweries, they aim to create a one-of-a-kind experience for Boston’s beer-lovers. Visit Website for hours of operation.
MAY 22 –
OCT 20
Pet Friendly Howl-o-Ween Doggie Costume Party Cruise with Massachusetts Bay Lines in Boston, MA
Kick back, relax and enjoy some fresh air while you cruise around the harbor taking in all the sights and rich history with your four legged friend. You will enjoy views of the city, fish pier, Logan airport and the US Constitution to name a few. All dogs must be on a leash at all times. One dog for each paying adult. Cash bar and light snacks available for sale.
OCT
19
Pet Friendly "The Dog Went Over the Mountain" Reading, Q&A, and Book Signing with Peter Zheutlin - Humans Only in Plymouth, MA
BringFido and meet NY Times Best Selling Author, Peter Zheutlin, as he presents his latest book, "The Dog Went Over the Mountain". There will be time for a Q&A and book signing after the author presentation. Inspired by a re-reading of John Steinbeck’s "Travels with Charley" at the age of 64, Zheutlin took his aging rescue dog Albie on an often bemusing 9,200 mile journey across America and discovered a big-hearted, welcoming country filled with memorable characters . More than a travelogue, the book is also a meditation on aging, on finding meaning in the later years of life, and on the deep connections we create with our canine companions. Benefit for America’s Hometown Pets in Need. Leashed dogs are welcome.
OCT
20
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