When it comes to running errands or just killing time, we often want to bring our pup along for the ride. And the same is true when heading to HomeGoods.
There is just something about hitting the aisles of our favorite store with our pup in tow that we love. But that means finding out the rules of the stores where we want to shop.
For those of us who have a slight obsession with heading to HomeGoods and browsing the aisles for our next cozy pillows and blankets or the perfect dishes for that next dinner party, it just hits differently when we can do that leisurely shop with our pup at our side (or with them sitting in the cart judging us for our purchases).
Either way, that still leaves us with the big question of whether or not our dogs are allowed to shop with us at HomeGoods.
Can our dogs shop at HomeGoods too?
According to the site Trending Breeds, we are in luck because many HomeGoods locations are in fact dog-friendly stops.
"Most HomeGoods stores do allow pets. Each store has its own policy, but you can always call to check on it before you load up your pet for a fun day of shopping."
In fact, while most stores may have their own pet policy, in general the company itself, “does not have an official pet policy, and each store has its own rules and restrictions about pets.”
If you want to make sure that Fluffy can join you in the store, we definitely recommend calling ahead to confirm that your dog is welcome. But as someone who has hit the aisles of many HomeGoods, there have been plenty of dogs present in these stores (and not just service animals).
Did you know that HomeGoods was considered a dog-friendly store? Have you ever hit the aisles with your pup at your side?