Our faithful four-legged friends rode out quarantine nestled next us, from the halcyon days of sourdough starters through the long, dark, interminable cold of Pittsburgh winter. And now that we’re vaccinated, the plan is to leave them, home alone, while we sip IPAs in the sun? Better yet, take Fido along: here’s a list of Pittsburgh breweries with dog-friendly outdoor spaces.
If anyone deserves to be on the nice list, it’s our pets. We rounded up 10 gifts for the furry friends available at local businesses this holiday season.
We caught up with professional dog walker Annie Rumbaugh to chat about the pups of Pittsburgh and how she’s scaled up her small biz.
A guide to all of the local pet shops in Pittsburgh. Need food for your cat or dog or maybe a bird? Most of these neighborhood shops offer curbside service.
The Carnegie Science Center will let you stream “Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comforts Edition” for a pay-what-you-can donation.
Mark your calendars for Steel City Kitties (cat show and convention, as recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association) when it returns in February 2020.
These local, lovable dogs just cannot wait to meet you. Here are nine Pittsburgh shops you can visit and be greeted by a friendly pupper.
Take a look inside Lawrenceville’s cat cafe where you can enjoy snacks, have fresh coffee and walk out with your very own adopted fur baby.
Support a great cause with all the brewery doggos. We’ll be at Grist House for Sunday’s fundraiser with a pup pup photo booth and photographer.
Let’s see how to pack a day in this giant pleasure ground.