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Pet-Friendly Senior Living in Lexington

Lexington, Kentucky was ranked by Forbes as one of the top places in the country to retire, and offers seniors a wide variety of community lifestyle options from which to choose. In addition to a comfortable temperate climate, Lexington has several pet-friendly senior living communities that provide a range of featured services and amenities while also being close to dog-friendly parks and eateries that welcome their owners’ furry companions while they dine.

Lexington Senior Communities that Allow Pets

Lexington, Kentucky has more than 50 senior living communities, many of which have pet-friendly policies and allow their residents to have dogs and cats. Whether you are in search of an assisted living facility or an independent living residence or memory care, you have numerous options available to explore. Hartland Hills features pet-friendly independent living residences with resort-style amenities that include chef prepared daily meals, fitness equipment, billiard room, game room, and spacious walking paths for seniors to exercise their pets.

Brookdale Richmond Place offers private independent living residences as well as personal care services, and Alzheimer’s programs in a pet-friendly community setting. Seniors can enjoy delicious restaurant style meals, an outdoor pool, on-site beauty and barbershop, walking paths, fitness center, café, and bistro. Liberty Ridge Senior Living Community offers several service options that include assisted living, independent “easy living garden homes,” and memory care. Liberty Ridge welcomes pets and provides residences with a wide variety of amenities that includes social activities and entertainment.

Fido-Friendly Parks Where You Can Bring Your Dogs

There are several Fido-friendly parks in Lexington where seniors can bring their dogs. Jacobson Dog Park offers a secure fenced in area where your furry companions can run freely and enjoy the spacious open grounds. Masterson Station Dog Park features cool shady trees, benches to sit on, and access to drinking water for your dogs.

Coldstream Dog Park offers two convenient separate play areas for large and small dogs on 12 acres of open space. The tree-filled Wellington Dog Park is set among 3.4 acres of open green space where your pets can enjoy themselves off leash. The Kentucky Horse Park is a popular local tourist attraction in Lexington that welcomes pets as long as they are safely secured on a leash while touring the grounds.

Restaurants in Lexington that Welcome Furry Friends

After a long day of exploring nearby parks, bring your dog along with you as you visit the many pet-friendly eateries within Lexington. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to sit alongside their owners as they dine outdoors on patio seating areas adjacent to these restaurants. Charlie Brown’s Restaurant and Lounge is a popular eatery among the locals that crave burgers and sandwiches.

Street Craves gets top votes for their tasty tacos, salads, and burgers plus patrons’ pets are often treated to a sampling of grilled chicken along with an accompanying bowl of cool refreshing water. Other hot spots where the locals love to eat include The Sage Rabbit, which serves up homemade soups, pasta, and desserts and provides patrons’ furry companions with a pet treat to enjoy. Seniors in search of a juicy steak along with fresh seafood should check out the Columbia Steakhouse where dogs are welcome to join their owners at the outside dining area.

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