Naples Large Dog-friendly Condos
Pet owners can find searching in Naples for condos to be a very frustrating endeavor. Many condo developments in Naples do not allow pets or have seriously restrictive weight limits. As owners and lovers of large-sized dogs, we completely understand the frustration of finding the perfect condo online....only to be hindered by the weight or height limit restrictions. The condos displayed on this page allow large dogs (excluding certain aggressive breeds). Please reach out to us to tour Naples large dog-friendly available condos. Read more about Naples pet-friendly lifestyles.
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Dogs enjoy amenities just as much as their humans. The following are paw-friendly places to eat, play, and otherwise indulge your pet.
Where to Eat - Pet Friendly Naples Restaurants
There are more than 150 restaurants in Naples that welcome pets with just a few favorites referenced below. The majority of these restaurants have outdoor or patio dining where your dog can relax in the shade while you enjoy your meal. Some establishments even provide water bowls and treats. The M Waterfront Grille is renowned for its “Yappy Hour” every Saturday during which a percentage of the proceeds is donated to canine causes.
- EJs Bayfront Cafe - 469 Bayfront Place Naples, FL 34102
- The Rooster - 600 Goodlette Road N #101 Naples, FL 34102
- The Dock at Crayton Cove - 845 12th Ave S Naples, FL 34102
- Bone Hook Brewing Company - 1514 Immokalee Road #106 Naples FL 34110
- M Waterfront Grille - 4300 Gulf Shore Blvd N Naples, FL 34103
- The Parrot Bar and Grill - 1100 6th Ave S Naples, FL 34102
- Vourla Mediterranean Cafe & Grill - 1860 Tamiami Trail N Naples, FL 34102
- Fernandez The Bull Cuban Cafe - 1201 Piper Blvd Ste 10 Naples, FL 34110
- Rumba Cuban Cafe - 1265 Airport-Pulling Road Naples, FL 34104
- Turco Taco - 410 9th Street Naples, FL 34102
- Sea Salt - 1186 3rd Street Naples, FL 34102
Where to Play…In the Water
For those seeking four-footed fun, look no further than these beaches:
- Keewaydin Island — boat-only access to this barrier island (dogs must be on a leash)
- Delnor-Wiggins Pass — lead your pets to the boat and canoe launch area where they can swim in the shallow waters of Water Turkey Bay
- Dog Beach —all dogs are welcome to this off-leash beach tucked away between Bonita Beach and Lover’s Key
Where to Play…Off-leash Dog Parks
- Central Bark Dog Park - 280 Riverside Cir Naples, FL 34102
- Rover Run - Veteran's Community Park - 1895 Veteran's Park Dr Naples, FL 34109
- Golden Gate Paws Park - 3300 Santa Barbara Blvd Naples FL 34116
The Perfect Hiking Experience With Your Dog
For paw-some nature walks, check out some of the hiking venues below and beware of snakes!
- CREW Land & Water Trust Trails, including the CREW Marsh, Cypress Dome, and Bird Rookery Trails
- Marsh Trail in the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge
- Naples Botanical Garden (special Dogs in the Garden Walk Days on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays)
- Gordon River Greenway
Where to Stay
Increasingly people want to travel and vacation with their pets. In addition, to the short-term rental condos and homes that allow pets, the following hotels are pet-friendly as well:
- Boathouse Motel (Marco Island)
- Naples Bay Resort
- Residence Inn by Marriott Naples
- Red Roof Plus & Suites
- Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples
Where to Board Your Pet in Naples
And, if you have to board your pet: In addition to boarding, some facilities offer additional grooming, nutrition and other luxury services customized to your pet’s stay:
- A Dog’s Dream Day Care - 2848 Airport-Pulling Road Naples, FL 34112
- Camp Bow Wow - 3382 Mercantile Ave Naples, FL 34104
- Naples Preppy Pet - 4180 Tamiami Trail N Naples, FL 34103
- The Dog Ranch
Shopping For Your Pet in Naples
- Goodness for Pets - 7700 Trail Blvd #105 Naples, FL 34108
- Wholesome Hound - 198 Tamiami Trail N Naples, FL 34102
- Smilin' Dog Bakery - 4947 Tamiami Trail N Naples, FL 34103
- Naples Dog Center & Salon - 630 Tamiami Trail N Naples FL 34102
Selling A Naples Home or Condo With Pets
1. Eliminate pet hair
Getting rid of pet hair and dander is critical - especially given the existence of many pet allergies. And, don't limit your cleaning to upholstery or floors. Ensure you spend the time to suck up pet hair from easily visible but harder to reach places such as baseboards, stairs, and banisters. Lint rollers can also assist where vacuums can't always go. Itchy eyes and upper respiratory issues are sure ways to discourage a potential buyer from engaging further in the sales process with you.
2. Steam-clean the carpets
Steam-cleaning your carpets can both remove pet-induced stains while also eliminate odors. While air fresheners and air purification devices may mask an odor in the short-term, you need a good shampooing to remove odors for good. It's not a bad idea to wash pillows, couch cushions, and clean upholstered items at the same time.
3. Repair damage
Common pet-induced damage ranges from chewed stair railings and steps to scratches on doors and door facings. Draperies that acted as a hiding place for a playful dog may also need to be replaced or repaired as do scratched window screens and baseboards. Repainting any walls that may have become faded or dingy because of their close proximity to a pet bed or feeding bowls should also be on the list. If your pet has delighted in tearing up your yard, you may need to sod or replant grass to cover up any bald spots or patchy areas.
4. Depersonalize and remove any pet items
Just as many experts recommend depersonalizing a house by removing family photos and personal collections, you should also hide specific pet items such as toys, bowls, a crate, or bed, as well as litter boxes and scratching posts. These items should also be out of sight when doing a photo shoot and putting together your marketing materials.
5. Relocate pets during showings
As adorable as your dog is, he or she shouldn't be part of the home showing experience. Neither you as the owner, nor your pet should be around during showings. As inconvenient as it can be to have to hustle out with your dog on a moment's notice, it's worth it. Having a pet jump on or scratch a prospective buyer or even subjecting your buyer to incessant barking and whining are big no-nos.
While it's hard to imagine anyone not loving our pets, for a streamlined home sale, it's best to invest in some of the key cleaning and depersonalization tips described above to ensure your home sale goes through smoothly and for maximum value.
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