Dog's Day Out Guide

When it comes to spending time with your dog in Frisco, you are not limited to keeping him or her in the backyard. There are several places—including shops, parks and day cares—within the city where your dog can go have a fun time. So grab a leash and have a dog’s day out with man’s best friend.



Shop with your dog


The Paw Depot
5454 Main St., Ste. 130
888-477-9997
www.thepawdepot.com




  • Dog food and accessories

  • Pet nutrition specialist

  • Also provides training


Posh Dog Barkery
4760 Preston Road, Ste. 248
214-705-1790
www.poshdogbarkery.com




  • Gourmet treats

  • Dog food and accessories

  • Items for dog lovers


Dog events


July 3: Third Annual Frisco Dachshund Dash
As part of the Frisco Freedom Fest, all area dachshunds are invited to come out for this pint-size race. The proceeds benefit the Collin County Animal Shelter. All heat winners earn a prize.


7:30 p.m. (registration), 8 p.m. (race). $10 entry fee.
Simpson Plaza in Frisco Square
6101 Frisco Square Blvd.
972-292-5000
www.friscofreedomfest.org



Pamper your pet


Classy K9 Cuts
2995 Preston Road, Ste. 1570
469-362-5303
www.classyk9cuts.com


The Dog Spa
5729 Lebanon Road, Ste. 174
214-705-0990
5444 FM 423, Ste. 400
214-469-1772
www.thedogspa.info


Legacy Grooming
8756 Teel Parkway, Ste. 318
214-872-1018
www.legacygrooming.com


PetSense
12398 FM 423
469-287-9042
www.petsenseonline.com



Puppy play dates


The Boarding Bungalow
4681 Ohio Drive, Ste. 100
972-668-9663
www.boardingbungalow.com




  • Boarding

  • Doggy day care

  • Grooming


Camp Bow-Wow Kennels
14221 King Road
214-287-7574
www.campbowwowkennels.com




  • Boarding


Every Dog’s Day
8795 Preston Trace Blvd.
972-294-5477
www.everydogsday.net




  • Boarding

  • Doggy day care

  • Also provides grooming


Happy Tails Spa
8785 McKinney Road, Ste. 100
469-362-8736




  • Boarding

  • Doggy day care

  • Also provides grooming


Legacy Dog Resort
8555 Legacy Drive
214-618-4501
www.legacydogresort.com




  • Boarding

  • Doggy day care

  • Also provides grooming


McKee’s Pet Place
9122 Kyser Way
214-705-1080
www.mckeespetplace.com




  • Boarding

  • Doggy day care

  • Also provides grooming


Woof City Pet Villa
7850 W. Main St.
214-705-7297
www.woofcitypetvilla.com




  • Boarding

  • Doggy day care

  • Also provides grooming


K9 curriculum


Petco
5177 Eldorado Parkway, 214-705-9384
15942 Eldorado Parkway, 972-547-0054
www.petco.com




  • Training

  • Also provides grooming


PetSmart
3333 Preston Road, 972-668-4311
11833 Dallas Parkway, 469-237-3531
www.petsmart.com




  • Training

  • Also provides grooming


What a Great Dog!
10550 John W. Elliott Drive, Ste. 200
214-297-3000
www.whatagreatdog.com




  • Training


Dog parks


Ruff Range Dog Park
3335 Fourth Army Memorial Drive, Frisco
972-292-6506
Hours: sunrise to sunset daily
Closed Thursdays and when muddy


Dog Park at Jack Carter Park
2601 Pleasant Valley Drive, Plano
972-941-2275
Hours: Mon.-Wed., Fri.-Sun. sunrise-9:30 p.m.; Thu. 4-9:30 p.m.; closed during inclement weather



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