top of page
Woof, Wags, & Beer
Woof, Wags, & Beer

Sat, Mar 11


North End Taproom

Woof, Wags, & Beer

Brewery dog park, live music, beer, & dog vendors

Registration is closed
See other events

Time & Location

Mar 11, 2023, 1:00 PM – Mar 12, 2023, 5:00 PM

North End Taproom, 150 W 32nd St, Charlotte, NC 28206, USA


Bring your pups to our brewery dog park and enjoy a fresh beer as your dog runs and plays!

The dog park will be located in our overflow parking lot. Park in the main lot and walk up the stairs to the dog park. Guests will still be able to enjoy the taproom and beer garden as normal. All dogs must be leashed when outside of the dog park.

Sponsored by KeenDog.

Things to consider if your dog is right for the dog park. 

Socialization is a great way for dogs to learn how to play, relieve stress, learn rules, boundaries, and have fun. However,  it's important to know the dog you have and accept them for who they are. A common mistake dog owners inadvertently make is they believe their dog loves other dogs but in fact they just like and or tolerate the dogs that are in their pack. We see it alot in our profession when there are multiple dogs in a home. Your dogs may play with each other but aren’t necessarily great in a group setting simply because they are more comfortable with their own pack and that's ok. Below are 3 ways to identify if a big group dog setting is beneficial for your dog. For more training tips follow @keendogtraining

  1. They respect boundaries from other dogs. They dont push or annoy other dogs . Or push back when another dog tells them to back off.
  2. They don't exhibit dominance behavior ( Humping or possession of objects)
  3. They check in with you when they are off leash or around distractions. Some dogs completely ignore you. This can be problematic if you need to get your dog back quickly.

Share this event

bottom of page