Tulsa Dog Training Galore: The Best Places to Take Your Dog In Tulsa
Tulsa city exhibits 135 glorious parks covering roughly 6,553 acres. There is plenty to do within the included 50+ miles of walking trails, 90+ picnic shelters, parks, and eight disc golf courses. Dog owners with well-behaved or trained dogs have plenty of options when it comes to outdoor adventures!
If you're looking for a place to take your furry friend that will allow them to experience life to the fullest, Tulsa offers plenty of dog-friendly areas for you and your pooch. Experience a delightful, vibrant, and social environment, or keep to yourself as you bathe in the beautiful Tulsa weather with your canine friend.
Please be mindful of adjustments to hours of operations for some of these bars, breweries, or restaurants as Covid-19 pandemic regulations may be in effect, along with masks and social distancing!
While many of our trained pups receive training for off-leash lifestyles and obedience, pet owners should still have a leash available!
A Peaceful Pack clients have heard us often say that we tend to avoid dog parks for play because everyone has a different definition of a "good" dog. Socialization standards are subjective across the board for all owners. We can never fully trust what other dogs or owners are capable of regarding obedience and proper mannerisms during play.
We typically advise clients who have been through our dog training to use public dog parks as a place for training sessions. They are a great place to work on reactivity, focused loose leash heels, off-leash, socialization with proper supervision, and proper greetings are great areas of focus.
Another alternative for a more casual outing is to venture out during hours with minimal traffic to maximize your off-leash experience!
Heirloom Rustic Ales 3 PM-11 PM
2113 E. Admiral Blvd., Tulsa, OK 74110
An excellent environment for human and canine socialization, this location is much more enjoyable when your dogs have confidence around people and other animals. Heirloom offers delicious beers and other non-alcohol beverages on its menu. Their indoor taproom and large outdoor backyard provide plenty of room for you to roam and participate in social activities or games. This brewery was designed for dogs by dog people. You can worry less about public accidents because they've created an atmosphere for easy clean-up!
River Parks Trail System - Tulsa Dog Training Heaven!
Various locations along the Arkansas River serve for long strolls and mother nature. The experienced power walker can enjoy 9 miles of paved trails with an abundance of bathrooms, fountains, and landmarks. There is plentiful access to parking for those looking to venture on shorter adventures.
Many of our public training occur nearby at the walk-through Gathering Place and other dining establishments, bars, and patios. Chances are you'll run into A Peaceful Pack training loose leash walks or public group training!
111 E. Reconciliation Method, Tulsa, OK 74103
Concerts, festivals, green markets, fitness classes, a sleek cafe & more in an urban dog-friendly park! Sign your pup up for activities, dine at fine food establishments, or stop by on Food Truck on Wednesday in September. Guthrie Green stays true to its slogan "land for you and me," bringing in friends and family to their free events and endless ways to have a great time with your pup.
There's a lot of foot activity here, so hone your dogs' focus and confidence before jumping into this excursion!
Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area
6850 S. Elwood Ave., Tulsa, OKAY 74132
A few minutes from the Tulsa Hills shopping center, Turkey Mountain is your go-to if you're craving a more remote location. Trails are accessible from multiple parking locations, and you'll have access to acres of woodland trails. Unless your dog has the equivalence of exceptional off-leash recall like that taught to our trained dogs, it is highly recommended that your dogs stay on leash.