Spring Break is the perfect time for your dog to get exercise, socialize, and have lots of fun. There are all sorts of  events for you and your dog to participate in. If you decide to stay in town for the week, give some thought to the following Spring Break activities for your dog in Austin.

One activity in Austin for your dog is a Spring Break Camp. The Austin Dog Alliance has a number of Spring Break sessions for both dogs and children to do together. Younger kids can interact with therapy dogs while older ones can bring their dogs to participate in various training events. In addition to camps and other youth activities, the Austin Dog Alliance is a great organization that trains therapy and service dogs. They have all kinds of opportunities for you and your dog to volunteer to help the Austin community.

Another Spring Break opportunity for kids and their dogs is at the Hearts and Paws Club Pup Kids and Dog Camp in Austin. Children can bring their own dogs or work with rescue dogs provided by the organization. They also feature a camp for teenagers interested in learning how to work in a veterinarian’s office.

You and your dog can take advantage of the beautiful Spring weather at the dog friendly Zilker Botanical Garden in Austin. This activity is especially affordable; Austin residents only pay a $2 admission fee while visitors to the area pay $3. Children get in for $1. You and your dog can tour the dinosaur habitat in the Prehistoric Garden or attend the annual Garden Festival that takes place in the Spring. Just make sure to keep your dog on a leash!

If you are travelling to the Austin area during Spring Break, a cool place to stay with your dog is the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort. This 405 acre resort is 17 miles from Austin. This resort isn’t the only dog-friendly place to stay in Austin. There are over 15 hotels in downtown Austin alone that welcome dogs.

Want your dog to have a great Spring Break but don’t have the time? Contact us and our pet sitters will make sure your dog has fun!

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