Below is a list of pet friendly patios in Richmond (RVA) for our clients who come from out of town for pet surgery or pet dentals. If you’ve had a great day in RVA while waiting for your pet shout out to us on Social media and let us know!
If we have missed a favorite of yours, let us know and we will add it to the list!
City Diner B L 6am-2:30pm (a real hometown favorite!)
Senator (and potential Vice President) Tim Kaine enjoys eating at City Diner on a regular basis.
Can Can Brasserie Carytown B L D 7am-9pm
Can Can – Carytown
Sheppard Street Tavern-formerly ‘Caliente’ L D 11:30am-2am
**See Caliente on Man vs. Food!
Sheppard Street Tavern formerly known as Caliente
Boulevard Burger and Brew L D 11am-Midnight/closed Mondays (while the main patio is not dog friendly, there is a side area where dogs are welcome)
Boulevard Burgers and Brew
En Su Boca L D 11am-11pm
En Su Boca
ZAAM Fresh Korean Grill Carytown L D (the main patio is not dog friendly but they have a special section where dogs are welcome)
Gus’ Sports Bar & Grill L D 11am-2am
Gus’s Bar and Grill
Lalo’s Cocina L D 11am-10pm
The Savory Grain L-11-2 D-4-10 (Veronica’s personal favorite!)
The Savory Grain
Buz and Ned’s Real BBQ L D 11am-10pm (as seen on Throwdown w/Bobby Flay)
Buz and Neds Real Barbecue
Burger Bach Carytown L D 11am-10pm
Burger Bach Carytown
Carytown Burger and Fries L D 11am-10pm (the rumor is they will serve the dogs before their owners!)
Carytown Burger and Fries
Fresca on Addison Vegetarian L 11am-4pm (closed Sun and Mon)/(Jake’s favorite of all the pet friendly patios!)
Fresca on Addison
The Historic Franklin Inn L D 11am-11pm
The Grill at Libbie and Patterson B L D 8am-11pm
The Grill at Libbie and Patterson
Ipanema L D 11am-11pm in the heart of VCU
Casa Del Barco L D 11:30am-close (Sunday open at 10:00am)
Casa Del Barco on the canal at 320 S. 12th Street
Pickles was rescued as a puppy in 2003 from the Humane Society in Topeka, Kansas. He is a happy-go-lucky guy and always looks for interactions with other animals or people. Through our many adventures, Pickles has enjoyed an active lifestyle. He has always enjoyed running, playing, and hiking with his family. Little did Pickles know a dog ACL repair was in his future!
Pickles is an Active Dog
Realizing Dog ACL Repair Was Needed
After many years of his highly active lifestyle, Pickles began to show pain in his right knee, often limping especially after playing. After a visit to a veterinarian, he was put on an anti-inflammatory medication to treat his knee. However, Pickles was determined not to slow down and subsequently ended up tearing his anterior cruciate ligament. This is technically a CCL in dogs – cranial cruciate ligament, because dogs walk on four legs instead of two. We had a prior great experience with Helping Hands Affordable Veterinary Surgery and Dental Care for prior affordable pet dental care. We knew of the quality services offered and that this is where Pickles would need to go to get the caring attention he needed.
Veterinary Surgery for a Dog ACL Repair – Notes from Dr. Lori Pasternak:
Pickles came to Helping Hands in December 2015 as a result of an torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament. There are a few different ways to repair an ACL tear (TPLO & TTA to name a few), but at Helping Hands we only perform the most affordable way called the lateral suture technique. We simply replace the torn ligament with a new one. We get calls with lots of questions and confusion about dog ACL surgery options. To better inform our potential clients we produced a short video to explain the different procedures:
VIDEO – Torn ACL in Dogs – $995 Surgery to Repair the Cranial Cruciate Ligament
On average, we repair a dozen or more torn ACLs in dogs in a week. Sadly, it is a common injury in pets and people. But the good news is… if your pet behaves during recovery, they will walk/run a pain free life like Pickles is now enjoying.
Look at that Cute Face!
After Pickles’ Dog ACL Repair
Pickles had a very successful surgery and the folks at Helping Hands were very accommodating in providing us with the resources to make sure his recovery was successful, even going to the point of contacting us directly to check on him! The comprehensiveness of the care provided by Helping Hands enabled our Pickles to make a full recovery. We would not consider taking Pickles, or our other fur baby, anywhere else but Helping Hands for surgery or dental work.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON OUR SURGERY FOR A TORN ACL IN DOGS – $995
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