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Dog parks, patios and bars earn Cincinnati title of eighth most pet-friendly city

Cobblestone Cafe in Ft. Thomas is known for its outdoor patio, which is dog-friendly.


According to findings from WalletHub, there are about 85 million pet parents in the United States. And every owner wants to live in a city where their animals are accepted and their needs can be met, so WalletHub compiled a list of the most pet-friendly cities in the country.

The study looked at three areas: pet budget (vet costs, insurance, etc.); pet health and wellness (the number of vets per capita, the number of pet businesses per capita, the number of pet-friendly restaurants per capita, etc.); and outdoor pet-friendliness (the number of dog parks per capita, the number of pet-friendly trails per capita, etc.).

It's no surprise that Cincinnati ranked in the top 10 (no. 8, to be exact).

Many restaurants throughout the city have dog-friendly patios, including Arlin's in Clifton, The Littlefield in Northside and Eli's BBQ in the East End — just to name a few. Braxton Brewing allows dogs inside, and MadTree Brewing has a great patio that's dog-friendly; even the new Higher Gravity in Northside lets Fido come inside while you enjoy a beer or pick out a six-pack to take home.

There's also Yappy Hour at Washington Park at 6 p.m. on Thursdays; and of course, the dog park in Washington Park is always dog-friendly. 

Check out the other 99 cities that landed on WalletHub's list here.
 
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