Maybe your pooch is the perfect purse-size dog, the Bruiser Woods to Elle in Legally Blond. Pawhaps your best fren is more of a lovable, large Beethoven. Whether he’s portable or the size of a small pony, chances are you’d love to have him join you on a shopping spree. We sniffed out 6 dog-friendly Colorado malls for you and pup to shop ‘til you drop.
1. Aspen Grove
Shop with scenic mountain panoramas at Aspen Grove in Littleton. Aspen Grove features 50 chain and local retail stores, many of which are dog-friendly and offer water bowls, treatos, and pets for pup. To know if your fave store welcomes four-legged frens, check for dog-friendly decals in the windows. This mall loves dogs so much, they often feature ‘em on their social media pages, so be sure to tag your pics with #AspenGroveLovesDogs.
2. Cherry Creek North
Classy as pup peeps and their dogs will dig Cherry Creek North, especially the sniffs and sights while strolling 16 walkable blocks at this luxurious outdoor Denver mall. Cherry Creek North features 600 businesses, including both independent and chain retailers, restaurants, hotels, spas, salons, jewelry, and home goods stores. Many stores pamper dogs with free snaccs and water bowls. Be sure to treat yo’ pup at Chuck & Don’s. Sniff out their site for future dog-friendly events.
3. Outlets at Castle Rock
If you and pup are bargain hunters, sniff out the Outlets at Castle Rock. This outlet mall boasts up to 70% off 100 brands. Many of the stores welcome dogs with pets and treats. Pup’ll ruv the discount pet store, PetSense. Trust us, it’s a whole big mood. Throughout the grounds, there are plenty o’ poop stations with bags. If you’re feeling ambitious and need some nature time, head to nearby Castle Rock Trail.
4. The Promenade Shops at Centerra
Located in Loveland, The Promenade Shops at Centerra offers 70 shopping and dining options, including the classic mall chains we know and love. Doggos are welcome in common areas and stores with dog-friendly window decals. Dog-loving retail workers often greet frens with treats and smiles. Poo stations are located throughout the grounds. Pro-tip: Check out locally-owned pet supply and grooming shop, DOGS (Dog Owners General Store).
5. Denver Premium Outlets
If you’re sniffing out deals in the Mile High without taking a long drive to that other outlet mall, head toDenver Premium Outlets in Thornton. Denver Premium Outlets offers 70 stores that carry popular designer and lifestyle brands at up to a 65% discount. It’s win-win for your wallet (and more money to spoil your dog). There’s a watering station in the North Plaza and multiple dog waste pick-up stations throughout the grounds.
6. The Promenade Shops at Briargate
Colorado Springs is known for being a dog-friendly city with excellent hiking, adventures, restaurants, and lodging. If you need some retail therapy, it also features a dog-friendly shopping mall, The Promenade Shops at Briargate. Boasting 52 high-end stores and restaurants, you and pup’ll stay busy exploring this open-air mall. Be sure to take in the mountain views while you window shop.
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