“SIT, STAY, DRINK!”
Welcome to the ultimate Chuck-E- Cheese for adults… and your dog! Located in Downtown St Pete Florida, The Dog Bar is the newest hybrid between doggie daycare and human daycare, filled with liquor, beer, wine, and dog treats!
This unique establishment was first started in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2005. It was such a hit, the owners brought the party down to the Tampa Bay Area, one of the most dog friendly areas in the USA.
This safe environment strives to “serve” up fun in a safe environment for you and your pup! The Dog Bar was carefully constructed to give you and your dog the best of both worlds by combining your two favorite pastimes: play time and happy hour.
You and your pup have plenty of room to spread out! With over 5,000
square feet to roam, this is the perfect place to kick your feet up and watch a sports game or play a few rounds of cornhole! Their location also offers
outdoor on and off-leash spaces for your pup to play with their furry friends!
Do you have a smaller dog and are worried about interactions with larger dogs? No problem! The off leash section is separated into small, and medium/large breed areas depending on your dog. Both sections include their own swimming pool, of course. This place is the full package, it’s even become so appealing that people without dogs are asking how they can get in!
Where Do I Sign Up?
To come to the Dog Bar your pupper needs a membership! A membership is $40.00 per year for first dog and $20.00 per year for each additional dog of household. Not all doggos are suitable for this club, for your dog to be accepted as a member of the Dog Bar you must upload a copy of up to date vaccinations and must be spayed or neutered after 1 year of age.
Need More Info?
To visit or ask questions, head over to www.dogbarstpete.com
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