TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM - 5 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM - 5 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

February Dog Days

This weekend is bound to be a doggone good time! Enjoy two full days of hanging out with your pup in the beauty of the Garden on February 10-11. Dog Days will be held during regular Garden hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.), with regular admission for humans and an additional $5 per dog.

FWBG human and dog members receive free admission. Not a member? Join today!

Important Note: Out of an abundance of caution regarding the new canine respiratory virus, community water bowls for dogs will not be provided by the Garden for this Dog Days weekend. We suggest bringing your own travel bowl. Water fountains are available across campus for filling your own bowls and water bottles are available for purchase in the Garden Center and Treasure Tree Gift Shop.

Featured sponsor:

To ensure the success of Dog Days and safety of all participants, the Garden asks that guests and pets adhere to the following rules and etiquette:

  • All dogs must be leashed, more than four months old and up to date on vaccinations
  • No dogs in heat allowed.
  • Dogs are not allowed to stay in unattended vehicles.
  • Waste must be bagged and placed in trash receptacles. The Garden will have bags available for use.
  • Dogs are not permitted inside Rock Springs Café, in the Rainforest Conservatory or on trams.
  • Dogs must be socialized and well-behaved. If dogs are seen acting aggressively, Garden staff reserves the right to ask owners to leave with their dogs.
  • Humans and dogs must stay on trails, pathways and open lawn areas. This ensures the Garden and horticultural displays stay beautiful for all to enjoy!
  • Dog owners are responsible for their pets. FWBG is not responsible for any injury or illness.
  • Guests should ask before approaching unknown dogs or allowing dogs to interact. Similarly, guests with dogs should control interactions with guests without dogs, especially when children are involved.
  • Please leave the Garden as you left it. Collect all dog treats, waste, bags and anything else your pup might have left behind.
  • As always, FWBG staff recommends human guests wear sturdy walking shoes and protect themselves from the sun.

Date

Feb 10 - 11 2024
Expired!

Time

All Day

February Dog Days

Date

Feb 10 - 11 2024
Expired!

Time

All Day

This weekend is bound to be a doggone good time! Enjoy two full days of hanging out with your pup in the beauty of the Garden on February 10-11. Dog Days will be held during regular Garden hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.), with regular admission for humans and an additional $5 per dog.

FWBG human and dog members receive free admission. Not a member? Join today!

Important Note: Out of an abundance of caution regarding the new canine respiratory virus, community water bowls for dogs will not be provided by the Garden for this Dog Days weekend. We suggest bringing your own travel bowl. Water fountains are available across campus for filling your own bowls and water bottles are available for purchase in the Garden Center and Treasure Tree Gift Shop.

Featured sponsor:

To ensure the success of Dog Days and safety of all participants, the Garden asks that guests and pets adhere to the following rules and etiquette:

  • All dogs must be leashed, more than four months old and up to date on vaccinations
  • No dogs in heat allowed.
  • Dogs are not allowed to stay in unattended vehicles.
  • Waste must be bagged and placed in trash receptacles. The Garden will have bags available for use.
  • Dogs are not permitted inside Rock Springs Café, in the Rainforest Conservatory or on trams.
  • Dogs must be socialized and well-behaved. If dogs are seen acting aggressively, Garden staff reserves the right to ask owners to leave with their dogs.
  • Humans and dogs must stay on trails, pathways and open lawn areas. This ensures the Garden and horticultural displays stay beautiful for all to enjoy!
  • Dog owners are responsible for their pets. FWBG is not responsible for any injury or illness.
  • Guests should ask before approaching unknown dogs or allowing dogs to interact. Similarly, guests with dogs should control interactions with guests without dogs, especially when children are involved.
  • Please leave the Garden as you left it. Collect all dog treats, waste, bags and anything else your pup might have left behind.
  • As always, FWBG staff recommends human guests wear sturdy walking shoes and protect themselves from the sun.