Lucky Dog Bark & Brew Charlotte
- Open Now
Perfect spot for those that love beer and are dog lovers/owners. The staff is friendly, attentive and they make sure the dogs stay safe. It gets very crowded Saturday afternoons and they need more grass areas for the pups to do their business.
Very cool spot. Your puppo can have a great time running around with friends and you can enjoy a good beer at the same time. It's a win win win
Tonight was our first time here and we had a blast! We loved how they have the indoor payrooms split up into large/small dogs. The staff was very helpful and friendly. I was very surprised how clean the whole place w as considering the amount of dogs there. We will be back for sure!!
Love it! Ill gladly pay a little more for a drink so my pup can run around. Cheaper than day care! Having wine while they groom her = priceless. Fav place to go when its raining since they also have a huge indoor section!
Let me start by saying I can count on one hand the amount of negative reviews I have written in my life. I'm an avid review reader and generally don't pay much attention to one negative review. This review is solely for the daycare portion of this establishment. Your dog will spent a lot of time in a very very noisy jail cell. I refuse to spend money to have my dog locked in a crate in an extremely noisy area. I can lock him in a crate at home for free! I've seen happier dogs at the pound! There is a definite lack of transparency in regards to how much time your dog is spending in jail. Your dog can't tell you. Make sure you take the time to ask these questions. Make them take you back behind the closed door to experience what exactly goes on there. The staff made it very clear that they did not want to walk me back, but I insisted. The girl picked up the radio and said I'm letting everyone know that I'm bringing somebody back. I heard some guy yelling at a dog to "shut up". Starr dog is more expensive but if you are looking for MY dog that is where he will be. They don't crate and rotate dogs unless there is a severe behavior issue in which the dog will be expelled. I understand that the dogs need to be in small groups for their own safety. Here's an idea, why don't you limit the amount of dogs you accept or hire more staff (and a big enough facility) to be able to have everyone out of jail at the same time. Well I guess you don't get too many complaints, AS THE DOGS CAN'T TALK. It's my option that this is a greedy business model, and the dogs are unhappy due to this.