DeBella Dog Walk 2023

May 6th 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Today, April 11th, is National Pet Day. If you have pets, you know that everyday is their day. If you don’t have pets you might be searching for one, and the people over at have done some research into the most searched puppy breeds in each state. To get their results they took the top 38 dog breeds according to the American Kennel Club, then used Google trends to peek in on the last 5 years of statewide searches for puppies of each breed.

In New Jersey the most searched puppy breed is the Yorkshire Terrier. From seeing too many trash reality television shows I can only assume that the idea of carrying around a tiny dog in a purse played a role here.

The folks over at also broke things into regions and in the northeast the Golden Retriever came in as the most searched puppy. In the midwest it was the Chow Chow. Out west there was a tie between border collie and corgi puppies. There was another tie in the southern states with Cane Corso and Dachshund puppies.

Overall the most searched breed was the Golden Retriever, which makes sense since the Golden Retriever is one of the most popular breed of dogs owned by Americans. It was followed by the Siberian Husky, and tied for third were the Chow Chow and English Bulldog.

Here Are 8 Dog-Friendly Restaurants and Bars In Philadelphia

It’s almost impossible to be apart from your pup. That’s why dog-friendly restaurants and bars exist. They recognize that even our dogs deserve a night out on the town.

If you’re a devoted foodie, chances are your dog is, too. When do dogs ever turn down a chance to go eat something good. Restaurants must love dog-customers. They aren’t very harsh critics, and they drive up the cuteness factor of the place. After all, it really wouldn’t be fair if you got to go out and enjoy the great weather and good eats in the city without man’s best friend.

Your pup is sure to love a meal out and about. Being at a cool bar or eatery is part of enjoying the finer things in life. And your doggie deserves the very best, we all know it.

All of the restaurants on this list have outdoor seating options, therefore you and your pooch can dine comfortably without having to worry about noise or potty breaks. Outside is a dog’s favorite place to be, especially when the outside smells as good as a restaurant does. Make sure you snag a treat for your furry friend, you can’t let them miss out!

Here are 8 dog-friendly restaurants and bars in Philadelphia:

  • Cherry Street Pier

    Cherry Street Pier is a year-round public space on the Delaware River waterfront. There’s more to do here than just eat or drink, but those are pluses so, yeah. You and your pup can have fun roaming around this outdoor space checking out the pretty sight of the river. There are tons of concessions served out of trolley cars, how cool!

  • Fiore Fine Foods

    Fiore Fine Foods has tons of sweet treats for you and your dog to chow down on. They have outdoor weekend brunch service when the weather’s good. Who doesn’t love a good Sunday brunch? I know your pup probably agrees.

  • Pentridge Station

    This bar looks like loads of outdoor fun. There is a catch, though, but that’s okay. They have an open season that starts on June 3rd, 2023. Check out their website for season details and times. They have an ever-changing lineup of food vendors, and cool hammocks your doggie can chill out on.

  • K'Far Café

    This Israeli bakery and café serves pastries and yummy drinks. Your doggo can have babka, and you rugelach. Or you can scrap that altogether and enjoy one of their salads or grain bowls together. Their outdoor seating is spacious and pretty.

  • Sunset Social

    Okay, okay, they also have an open season, opening in Spring 2023. They’re a summertime spot. BUT, that doesn’t stop you from being able to take a trip with your pup to Sunset Social. Just check out their website for details. They are a rooftop bar with great views of the city. your dog will love being up that high. They can see something they’ve never seen before. Dogs like being tall!

  • Cantina Los Caballitos

    The patio at Cantina Los Caballitos is dog-friendly. There you guys can enjoy some delicious tacos (and you can sneak a margarita). I heard dogs really like quesabirria…I don’t know. Heard it on the streets somewhere. Ask your dog what they think.

  • White Dog Café

    They have SO MANY area locations. Wayne, Haverford, University City, etc. Your dog and you can literally tour these places. White Dog Café is not only dog-friendly, they are dog-inspired. Every location has a fun little way to honor the pups in our lives. Your dog will love to see the representation, I’m sure.

  • Sally

    Sally is a yummy pizza and small plates shop. Their outdoor seating is super legit. You’ll really enjoy their great selection of wines, too. It’s definitely a must-see for you and your best furry friend.

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