Four-Legged Visitors Welcome

Don’t leave your dog at home while on vacation, bring them along for the fun! You’ll find many Talbot County businesses and restaurants go out of their way to make canine friends welcome. To help you plan your trip with your fluffy companion, we’ve assembled a list of dog-friendly places in Talbot County available for you and your pup to enjoy together.  

Hotels, Inns, and Vacation Rentals

Select Talbot County hotels, inns, vacation rentals, and B & B’s are ready to welcome you and your pet to the Eastern Shore. Some even offer your pup their own special bed, toys, and treats! Check out these places for the perfect room or vacation home to suit your needs.

Pet Friendly Restaurants

When it’s time to eat, you’ll be pleased to know there are plenty of restaurant choices around Talbot County happy to welcome your pet to their outdoor table. Many of which can provide a complimentary bowl of water, a couple ice cream parlors offer pup-cup ice creams, and Capsize in Oxford even offers a doggy menu!

Things to-do with Fido in Talbot County

Whether shopping, out on the water, or exploring, Talbot County offers plenty of activities you can enjoy with your four-legged friend.  Shops welcome your pooch with water bowls and biscuits, carriage rides and boat tours welcome you aboard, and there are plenty of trails and parks to go for that all important walk!

Play ball at the Oxford Dog Park

Dogs love to run and play with other dogs. If your puppy needs to run off some energy and meet new friends, head on over to the Let’s Play Ball Dog Park in Oxford! There is plenty of space in the large and small dog enclosures, plus mini obstacle course and watering station. Relax while Rex runs to his heart’s content.

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