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Bring a Labrador and Grab a Latte at the Massive Indoor Dog Park Coming to Austin

Canine Commons is an indoor dog park with a place for owners to grab a coffee, opening in the Domain

A rendering of Canine Commons
A rendering of Canine Commons
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Erin Russell is associate editor of Eater Austin, a native Austinite, and a big fan of carbs.

Not-yet-opened massive indoor dog park Canine Commons is planning a location in Austin and its plans include a dog-friendly coffee shop. It’s going to open somewhere in the Domain sometime in late spring 2020.

In an email to Eater, a representative for the company said the dog park was “finalizing an operational agreement with our partner in the coffee realm” and thus could not provide full details. However, it plans to donate proceeds from the coffee to feed dogs in shelters.

The representative also said the location for the dog park is wide open and that the team is “evaluating a number of great spots within Austin.”

Canine Commons is a $16 million dollar project that will include 50,000 square feet of indoor space, which includes retails space, an indoor dog park, places to socialize, and off-leash areas. There will also be outdoor off-leash areas.

Canine Commons offers memberships or day passes. It has announced plans to open in Phoenix, Arizona; Omaha, Nebraska; and Nashville, Tennessee.

This article has been updated with the location and updated projected opening date of Canine Commons in Austin.