Twin Cities: 3 Things to Do With Your Dog This Weekend

Get waggin’—it’s the freakin’ weekend! If you and your dog are ready to get out on the town, here are a few bones we’re tossin’ out for you to catch.

Saint Paul Saints Dog Day (7:05 to 10:05 p.m., Saturday, May 25) It’ll be a doggone grrreat day at the ballpark, Sidewalk Doggers! The Saints are all set to play the Sioux City Explorers. Tickets’ll cost ya 25 bones, and $10 of each ticket benefits Pet Haven. Doggos get in free. Hot dogs will be inhaled.

Coffee Date @ Isles Bun & Coffee (6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays) The weather’s gonna be woofderful this weekend, so head over to Isles Bun & Coffee to grab a cuppa joe and a famous cinnamon bun with your fur baby before you walk the Isles.

Yoga With Your Dog (1 to 2:30 p.m., Sunday, May 26) Doga AND wine tasting? Pup. Yes. Join Sara Spevacek of Adventure is Barking Dog Training to downward dog with the best: your actual dog. It’s $25, and then half off the cost of a post-doga wine tasting sesh. What a time to be alive.

What else is on your weekend agendog? Doo tell! (And don’t forget to submit all of your pup-centric events to our calendar.) Happy adventuring!

Fetch our Mpls-St Paul Summer Dog-Friendly Brewery Pass and a coupon for $5 off NutriSource or Pure Vita doggo food from Alltech. Then, sniff out our award-winning newsletter and Instagram, and join us on Facebook and Twitter.

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2 thoughts on “Twin Cities: 3 Things to Do With Your Dog This Weekend

    1. Andrea Lahouze

      Hi Roger! Pets are welcome on buses and trains as long as they are kept in animal carriers. Service animals are exempt.


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