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Pet-Friendly Senior Living in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach is a good place for pet lovers to keep their companion animals while they enjoy local amenities. Virginia Beach is where you can find over thirty-five restaurants and eateries where you and your four-legged friend will be welcome.

Get outside and enjoy access to eight off-leash dog parks where you and Fido can get some exercise and make new friends. Virginia Beach is well-stocked with pet related service providers such as veterinarians, pet sitters, and dog groomers.

Read further to familiarize yourself with some of the great pet-friendly places you’ll enjoy in Virginia Beach.

Virginia Beach and Senior Assisted Living Facilities

Moving into an assisted care community is a big move, and many retirees worry that they’ll have to find a new home for their pet. There are many senior living communities in Virginia Beach that will discuss how to keep your beloved pet with you.

Georgian Manor

Georgian Manor is located in the attractive River Walk area and is close to medical care, shopping, eateries, and lots of shopping. You’ll enjoy your meals in a recently renovated and elegant dining room. They have a beautiful library for quiet reflection and reading good books. Georgian Manor has a transportation service that makes sure you won’t miss any appointments.

The Gardens of Virginia Beach

The Gardens of Virginia Beach is apartment-style living for the senior community. The Gardens will provide nutritious and delicious meals in relaxing surroundings. They even have a short-stay program for seniors who would like to try out assisted living without committing yet.

Dog Parks in Virginia Beach

We all need to get out and exercise for optimal health, and that includes our four-legged companions. In Virginia Beach, dogs and their owners will be able to enjoy fresh air and socializing in a frequently leash-free environment.

First Landing State Park Beach

First Landing State Park Beach is an enormous historical park that has an authentic Indian Village, over 15 miles of hiking paths and an amazing, dog-friendly beach. Revel in the fact that this park was the landing site of the original Jamestown colonists in 1607. Indulge yourself exploring the unusual natural habitats, rare plants and animals, and the lovely forest.

Woodstock Community Dog Park

Woodstock Community Dog Park is a wide open running area that is completely fenced in so your dog can enjoy running about without a leash.

Note that the area is not separated by dog size, so smaller and elderly dogs may have to be watched carefully to make sure that they don’t get in over their heads with the larger dogs.

Pet-Friendly Dining in Virginia Beach

Bruster's Real Ice Cream is gaga over their furry patrons! Treat yourself to an amazing ice-cream, and treat your pooch to free doggy sundae made with a crumbled up dog bone topping. You have to love a place that takes dog owners that seriously.

Wasserhund Brewing Company

Wasserhund Brewing Company has to be pet-friendly; it’s in their name (wasserhund is German for water-dog). Revel in 12 different beers while enjoying the company of your favorite furry friend.

Virginia Beach is the place to have fun with that special, four-legged friend when going out.

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