Omaha Dog Bar – A Fun and Amazing Place for Dogs & Humans

By: David Codr

Published Date: April 17, 2024

Omaha Dog Bar

Some of our staff members recently had the pleasure of spending the day at Omaha Dog Bar. From the moment we stepped foot into this canine haven, we were blown away by its myriad features. But what truly left us in awe were the meticulous safety measures in place and the impeccable cleanliness that permeated every corner of this dog-friendly oasis.

Omaha Dog Bar: 1231 S 14th ST, Omaha Ne 68108  •  Ph: 531.867.7231  •
Hours: Tues – Thurs 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Fri 12 noon – 9:00 PM | Sat 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM | Sun 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Quick details: Indoor outdoor private dog park with cocktails and food on occasion. Dogs must be up to date on shots.

Omaha Dog Bar’s Safety Features

All puppy parents must create an account for their dogs online, and have all their vaccine records uploaded prior to their first visit. This is a perk of spending a day at a private dog-friendly hangout, rather than a dog park. They also ask that all pups over 12 months old be spayed/neutered. It is apparent the staff values safety, not only do they have sally ports in place to prevent dogs from slipping out of the building, but they also have bark-rangers patrolling the play area. The bark-rangers make sure that everyone is playing nice and being cleaned up after.

This dog-friendly hangout also has a designated area for small and timid dogs, This way they can still see all of the action, without having to interact with new dogs before they are ready. Dog socialization is important for puppies, but can be overwhelming. Stating them off with dogs similar in size or personality can help build their confidence.

Something for the Parents

A benefit for the pup parents is that Omaha Dog Bar lives up to its name. They have a full bar, featuring monthly specialty cocktails, and delicious food, both for humans and pups. They even offer designated eating areas so that you can enjoy some pretzel bites in peace, without worrying about anyone trying to steal a bite.

They even offer daily specials and happy hours. There is also plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, as well as blankets and heaters that anyone can use on chilly days. They also have board games and TVs, to make sure the humans are just as entertained as the dogs. Omaha Dog Bar also recently adjusted their age requirement to be 18 and over. With this change they rolled out a tasty new mocktail menu.

Omaha Dog Bar has a huge social calendar. They often host breed meet ups, social hours for shy, senior, or small dogs, and adoption meet and greets. In the warmer months, they even host a dog yoga class the first Saturday of the month. They also offer dog daycare, Monday through Thursday. Their large indoor space is also available to rent for private events, like your fur baby’s birthday.

Our Thoughts on Omaha Dog Bar

Our time at Omaha Dog Bar was an absolute delight! From exploring the venue to engaging in lively conversations with the friendly staff, our experience was nothing short of exhilarating. And who could resist the playful antics of the adorable pups? Amidst the joyful chaos, we also had the pleasure of mingling with devoted patrons, soaking in their stories and discovering what makes this facility special. Check out our experience below.

Summary of Omaha Dog Bar

We highly recommend Omaha Dog Bar to any dog lover, even if you are not a pet parent. It’s a great place to hangout, have a drink and a snack, play with some pups, and meet other dog lovers. It’s also a good environment for dogs and puppies to be socialized, since you know every dog there is up to date on their vaccines and being watched by their parents and the bark-rangers. The staff has done an amazing job cultivating such a welcoming environment for both dogs and people. We were impressed to see the sense of community, and how many dogs were recognized by the staff and greeted by name upon their arrival.

We loved Omaha Dog Bar and hope you do too. See you there!

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This post was written by: David Codr