Dog-friendly places in Logan
If you’re looking for some quality time with your furry friends, there are more local places than ever that will welcome your pup.
Our city has everything your four-legged companion could dream of – cafes with dog-friendly seating, off-leash dog parks, spa treatments and even a water park to cool off in the summer.
We’ve rounded up some of our favourite dog-friendly places in Logan so your pooch can enjoy the great outdoors and our city’s wonderful local businesses.
1. Dog-friendly eateries
The furry residents of Logan can now partake in the weekend ritual that is brunch, with numerous cafes offering dog-friendly seating.
Pop by Happy Dayz Cafe in Loganholme, where fluffy customers receive a free puppuccino and pupcake.
There’s also dog-friendly seating available at Slacks Creek’s Extraction Artisan Coffee, Logan Village’s Green Frog Hollow, Loganholme’s The Foxy, Springwood’s Laneway Green, Cafe63, Miss Kay’s and Daisy Hill’s St. Coco Café. You can also bring your dog along to enjoy stalls and food trucks at the Butter Factory Breakfast Markets, which are hosted on the second Saturday morning of each month.
If you’re only dining with humans this time around, check out some of the best brunch spots in Logan.
This park is full of green space for your pooch to enjoy, along with dog tunnels and a splash and play dog park. Your dog will have its day as they frolic through a water fountain that shoots bubbly water at the push of a button. There’s also a water play area for humans, with multiple standing water buckets, water jet shooters and more.
If you’re looking to pamper your pup, make an appointment at Aloha Hound Dog Spa. Every indulgence has been designed with your pet’s relaxation in mind – think rose petal essential oil soaks, full body massages and fluffy fur blow-outs. To top off the best day ever, you can also have the team whip up a puppuccino for your dog to enjoy after their treatments.
4. Off-leash dog parks
Canine exercise enthusiasts and extroverts will rejoice at the number of off-leash dog parks here in Logan. At parks like Ryan Park, Ewing Park, Riverdale Park and Logan River Parklands, your dog will be able to roam freely and socialise with other residents of Logan. You’re also bound to meet other doting pet parents as well. For a full list of parks with off-leash areas, check out the Logan City Council parks directory. If you’re a fan of leashed strolls and bushwalks, check out our list of beautiful parks in Logan.
At Daisy Hill Regional Park, your pup can join you for a refreshing dip after a hike that will leave everyone feeling accomplished. As it takes around 30 minutes to reach the lake by foot, make sure you bring plenty of water for both humans and dogs to stay hydrated. Once you reach your destination, Fido can practise doggy paddling while soaking up the sun. The lake is also filled with beautiful waterlilies that you can admire.
This is a hidden gem for pet lovers and pets! Here you can browse through a curated marketplace of unique and Australian-made goods. The owner also regularly hosts weekend events where pets are welcome, like fundraising high teas and even dog wash days, where there is a groomer and an on-site Hydrobath. Visiting the store is a win-win for everyone – your pet gets something new and shiny while you can sleep well knowing you supported a local business in your community.