Welcome, fellow dog lovers, to the ultimate guide for an awesome day out with your best friend! We've scoured the United States to bring you the top ten dog parks where your pups can run, play, and socialize.
Tompkins Square Park Dog Run - New York City, NY: Start your adventure in the city that never sleeps. The Tompkins Square Park Dog Run is a lively haven for urban pups. After a morning of play, treat yourself to the rich and robust 'Alpha Blend' coffee. It's the perfect pick-me-up for both you and your furry friend.
Shirlington Dog Park - Arlington, VA: Head down to the nation's capital for a day of fun in Shirlington Dog Park. Don't forget to bring along a to-go cup of coffee to keep warm! We recommend 'Paper & Slippers' medium roast, a smooth and balanced blend that will leave tails wagging.
Red Bud Isle - Austin, TX: Everything is bigger in Texas, including the fun at Red Bud Isle. Take in the scenic views with your four-legged companion and recharge with a cup of 'Morning Walk' light roast, a light and invigorating choice for adventurous souls.
Griffith Park - Los Angeles, CA: Hollywood pups love to strut their stuff at Griffith Park. Make your outing a bit more glamorous with a sip of 'Sit & Stay' medium-dark roast. It's the perfect match for a sunny day in the City of Angels.
No matter where you are in the country, there is always and adventure around the corner for you and your pup! Remember to pack your Grounds & Hounds Coffee to keep you fueled, plus a toy from our Pup Shopfor your best friend! Don't forget that every purchase supports the mission of giving every pup a second chance. After all, every cup saves a pup!
t’s time for our favorite, and most important post of the season! Teaming up with some of our favorite rescues, here are 12 amazing pups that need a little extra help finding their forever home. Even if you’re not ready for a new pup in your life, sharing their stories could lead them to the perfect family #rescuehappiness
The holiday season is a time for love, family, and comfort. Unfortunately, countless pups must spend the holidays alone in the shelter simply waiting for the perfect family to give them a second chance.
Three Percent. That is the survival rate of a shelter dog in Puerto Rico. It’s a grim fate for a “Sato,” the name commonly used to refer to homeless dogs in Puerto Rico and astonishingly, there are estimated to be as many as 500,000 of these Sato pups.