Las Vegas has so many entertainment, dining, shopping, nightlife, golf, and spa options, it can be tough to choose which experiences are perfect for your trip. That’s where we come in. We’re the authority on shows and events, food and drink options, things to do and more, to help you plan the perfect Las Vegas adventure. You can find out more about Las Vegas, we look forward to your visit!

Pet Laws in Las Vegas

All dogs, cats, and ferrets over the age of 4 months within the city limits of Las Vegas are required to be licensed with the city. All dogs, cats, ferrets, pet rabbits, and potbellied pigs within the unincorporated area of Clark County are required to have the following forms of identification: Microchip Device or Current Owner Identification Tag. Additionally, all dogs, cats, and ferrets must display a current rabies vaccination tag. You can find more information on Las Vegas Animal Laws here and here

Pet Friendly Activities in Las Vegas

Tivoli Village Location:400 S. Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89145 Tivoli Village features shops, services, and restaurants that are pet friendly. They also have monthly events (some pet friendly and some not) to be engaged in the local community!

Downtown Summerlin Location:1980 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89135 This outdoor mall provides many shops that allow well-behaved pets inside on a leash. Many restaurants also allow your pets to join you for a meal in their outdoor seating areas. Be sure the weather is not too hot for your pooch.

Kellogg-Zaher Sports Complex Dog Park Location:7901 W. Washington Ave, Las Vegas, NV, 89128 Your furry friends can roam this park’s fenced areas (separated for large and small dogs) off leash and meet new friends. Don’t forget your flea and tick prevention as they are becoming more prevalent!

Red Rock Canyon Location:1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89124 Explore this conservation area that is right up the road from your favorite veterinarian! Many trails and campsites are pet friendly but be mindful of the extreme temperatures that occur.

Bass Pros Shops Location:8200 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89139 While you explore the store for fishing, camping, boating, hunting, and dog training supplies your dog can join you for this excursion. Be sure your pet is on a leash at all times and the pavement between the car and the entrance isn’t too hot!

Lake Las Vegas Water Sports Location:8200 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89139 Lake Las Vegas offers activities such as kayaking and paddle boarding where your pet can join you for the fun! Be sure to make sure your furry friend is up to date on parasite preventatives (heartworm, flea, and tick).

Pet Friendly Restaurants in City

Leone Café Location: 400 S. Rampart Blvd, Ste #185, Las Vegas, NV, 89145 This little café is located inside of Tivoli Village. They offer covered outdoor seating to accommodate your furry friend joining you for breakfast or a coffee break.

Lazy Dog Restaurant in Downtown Summerlin Location: 1725 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89135 This little café is located inside of Tivoli Village. They offer covered outdoor seating to accommodate your furry friend joining you for breakfast or a coffee break.

Big Dog Brewing Company Location: 4543 N. Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89130 This local brewery offers outdoor seating with water bowls for your furry friend. While you enjoy a locally made beer or some food, you can rest assured that your pooch can join you!

Grape Vine Cafe Location: 7501 W. Lake Mead, Ste #120, Las Vegas, NV, 89128 Enjoy great Italian food on the patio with your favorite furry friend. Be sure to be mindful as the patio is not fully enclosed and can be hot during summer months.

Recommended Pet Services in Las Vegas

Boca Park Animal Hospital Location:1050 S. Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89145 Our brand new facility features 13,000 square feet of interior and exterior space, designed from the ground up to accommodate your high standards, including sound-reducing to minimize noise stress, a restaurant-grade sprinkler system throughout, and cameras to monitor our hospital patients and boarding guests at all times.

Lorenzo's Dog Training Phone:(866) 436-4959

Las Vegas Demographics & Economic Data

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Population Information

Population as of 2016: 632,916

Median resident age: 38.1

Estimated median household income in 2016: $26,830

Home Prices in 2016:

All housing units: $266,017; Detached houses: $278,378; Townhouses or other attached units: $183,036; In 2-unit structures: $90,794; In 3-to-4-unit structures: $122,137; In 5-or-more-unit structures: $313,054; Mobile homes: $62,105

Zip Codes:

89030, 89101, 89102, 89104, 89106, 89107, 89108, 89109, 89110, 89117, 89128, 89129, 89130, 89131, 89134, 89135, 89138, 89143, 89144, 89145, 89146, 89149, 89166

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Schools in Las Vegas

Clark County School District is the largest public school district in the city of Las Vegas, NV You can find more information for public and private schools within Las Vegas here

History of Las Vegas

Las Vegas, officially the City of Las Vegas and often known simply as Vegas, is the 28th-most populated city in the United States, the most populated city in the state of Nevada, and the county seat of Clark County. The city anchors the Las Vegas Valley metropolitan area and is the largest city within the greater Mojave Desert. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city, known primarily for its gambling, shopping, fine dining, entertainment, and nightlife. The Las Vegas Valley as a whole serves as the leading financial, commercial, and cultural center for Nevada.

Las Vegas was founded as a city on May 15, 1905, when 110 acres of land situated between Stewart Avenue on the north, Garces Avenue to the south, Main Street to the west, and Fifth Street (Las Vegas Boulevard) to the east, were auctioned off by the railroad company. The completion of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad, linking Southern California with Salt Lake City, established Las Vegas as a railroad town. The availability of water made Las Vegas an ideal refueling point and rest stop. J. T. McWilliams laid out his Original Las Vegas Townsite (now Historic West Las Vegas) on what is now the west side of the railroad tracks. You can read more here.