Your Dog-Friendly Seattle Weekend: November 3-6, 2022

Now that spooky season is over, it’s time to move on to the season of giving and thanks. At the very top of your dog’s thankful list are treats, toys, and of course, the weekend. Make the most of the best days of the week with these dog-friendly Seattle weekend events!

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1. Trivia Night at Dog Yard Bar

Dog Yard Bar, Seattle 
Thursday, November 3, 7-8:30 p.m.; registration required

Who’s a smart boy? Clearly your dog, but now it’s time to prove it. Get your crew together for Dog Yard Bar’s monthly trivia. Don’t forget to reserve your table beforehand, and that dogs mutts either have a membership or purchase a day pass before the event!

2. Holiday Photos

Unleashed Dog Daycare & Wellness Center, Tacoma
Saturday, November 5, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; tickets required

Thanksgiving isn’t even here yet but are you already looking forward to the next holiday? Then it’s time to bust out the tinsel and get your pup ready for holiday photos benefiting MustLuvBoxers Rescue. With a fun, holiday-themed photo set, you’ll be whisked away to a winter wonderland that’ll be perfect for this year’s holiday card.

3. Pie + Beer Flight Tasting

Savage Brewing Company, Kirkland
Saturday, November 5, 2-10 p.m.

You’ve already got a cutie pie, but what about just pie? Come to Savage Brewing Company in Kirkland for their 2nd annual Pie + Beer Flight Tasting! With four different flavored pies and four complimentary beers, you’ve got pies, beers and dogs; take it from us, you don’t need anything else.

4. PorchFest Edmonds

“The Red Barn” (5th and Maple), Edmonds
Saturday, November 5, 2-5 p.m.

Doggo’s got a busy weekend, so he’s gonna need you to multitask. Combine pup’s walk with your ruv of performing arts at PorchFest. Take in the sights and sounds of Edmonds as local musicians and spoken word artists perform on porches, driveways, lawns and alleys along the downtown corridor.  

Note: These “venues” are often private residences, so dogs may not be welcome at all of them.

5. Applelooza 2022

Capitol Hill Farmers Market, Seattle
Sunday, November 6, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Did you know that Washington is the number one producer of apples in the country? Do all things apple at Applelooza at this weekend’s Capitol Hill Farmers Market. With apple tastings, raffles, and other apple-themed activities, what a perfect way to spend a Sunday with the apple of your eye.

Still looking for a new bestie?

Give an adoptable dog something to be really thankful for this season! Check out this animal rescue and find your new bestie this weekend.

Seattle Humane Society

  • There’s a reason the Seattle Humane Society is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. With dogs, cats, and critters, whether you’re looking for something with scales, toe beans, or paws, you’ll find it here. Check out their adoptable animals here!

Sniff out more events on our calendar and submit your own events here. And don’t furget to tag us @SidewalkDog in pics of your tail-waggin’ weekend!

Featured photo: Anrita, Pixabay

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