Saint Augustine - Pet-Friendly Places


Colee's/Gamsey's Sightseeing Carriage Tours

Avenida Menendez,
Saint Augustine, FL
Colee's carriages are located along Avenida Menendez near the Castillo San Marcos in St. Augustine, Florida. About four years ago when my sister and I were there, the driver let me take my toy poodle on the carriage ride (and didn't charge for him)!

Fountain of Youth

11 Magnolia Ave.,
Saint Augustine, FL
An archeological park and historic sites that welcomes dogs into the park as well as into the museums. The people are very friendly and are always happy to offer our furry friends water when it's hot out. Of course dogs must stay on leashes and they have to cleaned up you, not the park employees. It is located 2 blocks east of San Marco Ave. on the corner of Williams St. and Magnolia Ave

Independent Title

5431 A1A South, Ste 104,
Saint Augustine, FL
Independent Title Beach office in St Augustine, FL allows owners to bring their dogs to closings, the staff loves dogs and enjoys getting to meet all the "kids"

Ripleys Believe It or Not Museum

Saint Augustine, FL
Small dogs welcome if carried.
Well behaved pets are always welcome. In order to be considerate to all passengers your pet must remain on a leash at all times

The Pizza Garden

21 Hypolita Street,
Saint Augustine, FL
Pizza Garden has enchanting outdoor garden dining complete with umbrellas and tiny lights in the trees, serving amazing pizza, subs, soups, and salads. It is located in the heart of St Augustine's historic area just off the corner of the famous St George Street and Hypolita Street. Parking is available. Staff is friendly to humans and pets. Without our even requesting it, our waitress brought our dogs a doggie bowl of fresh water (before she even asked us about our drinks). Fran, the owner, has a dog of her own (a pup who was born without one ear, so she named him Vincent VanGogh - we love people wiht a good sense of humor), so when we asked if our German Shepherd and Jack Russell could dine at her establishment, she welcomed them graciously. Our dogs had lots of shade from the trees and t