As the temperature starts to cool there are plenty of fun dog-themed events that will warm your heart! We’ve fetched information on a few of the “pawties” that you and your four-pawed pal can attend in November!
Enchant Christmas Paws n’ Claus
1000 Ballpark Way F
Admission: A special ticket must be purchased for a human and their attending pup.
A holiday present for pups, this humans only event welcomes canines for two special days (November 28 and again on December 27). Fidos can get in a festive Christmas spirit alongside their families as they work their way through the World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze, enjoy live entertainment, see Santa, and much more!
BYOD Day of the Dog Pawty
Lustre Pearl East at 114 Linden Street
November 4 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Howl-oween meat be over, but don’t tell that to the costume-clad canines at this Austin trick AND treat paw-ty! Dogs can vie for prizes as they show off their disguises during a costume contest, enjoy peanut butter treats, and wag their tail to the beat of catchy tunes!
Dig Austin Launch
November 8 at 6 p.m.
Admission: Reserved tickets are free if you download or share the Dig app. A $5 ticket aids Austin Pets Alive!
Restriction: Must be at least 21 to attend the event.
November 8th is a date for fun at the launch of Dig- The Dog Person’s Dating App. Reveling Rovers can nom on tasty treats, get a temporary, pet-formulated “tattoo” and have their face and body painted by BEEVET Animal Hospital with safe stencils and colors.
Puss ‘n’ Pooch Jazz Night
Ten Bells Tavern at 232 West 7th Street
Your dog will feel like one cool cat as his tail moves to the groove of hot jazz tunes! An event that has put a song in the hearts of animal lovers for the past seven years, the fundraiser for Dallas Pets Alive! will also include a silent auction and adorable adoptables who will be hoping to hear the words that will be music to their ears– “Let’s go home.”
November 3 from noon – 3 p.m.
Model Home Park at Jordan Ranch at 2422 Sandhill Crest Lane
Admission: Free (donations of pet-related products to help area animals in need are requested)
Hoping to find their forever home, adorable adoptables from Fort Bend County Animal Services can meet potential pet parents at the model home park at Jordan Ranch during an afternoon of dogged devotion that will include demonstrations by the Houston Disc Dogs and Dock Dogs, a DJ, a chance for your pup to be pampered with a “pet-icure”, and a photo booth and caricature artist to capture memories of the day of play.
DogPOP in the Heights
Steel City Pops & Bird’s Barbershop at 420 East 20th Street
This “pup”-up market includes a fenced play area for your four-legged friend, toe-tapping and tail-wagging live tunes, and vendor booths brimming with Rover-related merchandise and information regarding Houston area dog-themed businesses.