While we love (and require)\r\ntwo-legged guests checking into our hotel, we also welcome their four-legged\r\ncompanions with open paws! We allow pets on-leash throughout the property apart\r\nfrom Wave Health & Fitness, as they get plenty of cardio tending to their\r\nduties as man’s best friend. Seasonal events like our Howl-o-Ween pet costume\r\nparty and Canines & Cocktails on TAMO Terrace during the summer keep\r\nour social calendars pet padded! We offer pet toys, beds, doggie bags, and\r\ncomplimentary treats upon arrival. For those looking for ways to stretch their\r\ntwo (or four) legs, we recommend the following tail-wagging services and spots\r\nfor you and your pooch: \r\n\r\n1. \r\nUrban\r\nHound (129 Malden Street, Boston, 617.755.5775, urbanhounds.com): Owner Rebecca\r\nWillson’s South End doggy daycare, hotel, and spa has been a neighborhood\r\nstaple since it first opened in 2003. Offering pick up and drop off services to\r\nthe Seaport, her Urban Hound team can pop by and have your pup rocking a fab\r\nnew makeover just in time for yappy hour at TAMO. UH is expanding its dog\r\nwalking services throughout the neighborhood, and we couldn’t be more excited.\r\nReach out and pamper your pup with some outdoor time with the UH team while you\r\ngo about your busy day in Boston. \r\n\r\n2. \r\nHarborwalk\r\n(access points across the street near the World Trade Center): The Harborwalk\r\nis the perfect opportunity for a morning sprint or stroll with your canine\r\ncompanion. This waterfront path gives visitors views of the downtown skyline\r\nand iconic Boston Harbor. Whether you just want a quick jaunt or longer stroll,\r\nthis path runs all the way to Charlestown’s Navy Yard—with dog-friendly patios\r\nand a few spots to roll in the grass along the way! \r\n\r\n3. \r\nCastle\r\nIsland (2010 William J Blvd, Boston): Take a peek at history and head to this\r\nSouth Boston respite where Fort Independence has stood since 1634. Used more by\r\njoggers and pet owners than minutemen these days, Castle Island is a perfect\r\nperch for picnics. Offering views of the harbor and planes taking off and\r\nlanding at Logan Airport, the greenspace is a must for you and your barking\r\nbuddy. Be sure to save room for treats at Sullivan’s, a hamburger shack and\r\nneighborhood favorite by Castle Island’s parking lot! \r\n\r\n4. \r\nPolkadog\r\nBakery (various locations, polkadog.com): Baked in South Boston and sold in\r\nlocations throughout greater Boston (the North End and South End outposts are\r\nclosest to the hotel), Polkadog Bakery offers small batch, handmade treats to\r\nyour pup – think of it as Magnolia Bakery for the canine crowd. The company\r\nbecame a national name in 2012 when Target came knocking and wanted to feature\r\nit as one of its first “Main Street USA” brands. Despite the explosive\r\nexposure, the Polkadog team still manages to stick to its locally sourced\r\ningredients that made it a household name.