Are you heading down to Lululemon for some new fitness apparel? Wondering whether you can bring your dog along with you? Well, here is what you are going to want to know regarding their pet policies.
So, are dogs allowed in Lululemon? Most Lululemon stores are dog-friendly, although not all of them are – it does vary by location. Therefore, it is best to check in with the store you intend on visiting before arrival to make sure you will be allowed entry with your dog.
In fact, I actually reached out to Lululemon for comment. Here is what they said:
So as you can see, there is some variance here.
As we shall continue to explore below…
Is Lululemon Dog Friendly?
Lulelemon is generally dog-friendly. They do not have a corporate policy in place stating that dogs are not allowed.
That being said, not every store is so welcoming of dogs.
It’s going to depend primarily on each store; the management and the employees.
In reality, it comes down to their preferences and attitudes towards dogs.
It may even depend on the type of dog you have, how well behaved they are perceived to be and other factors too, like how big or busy the store is.
While you should be okay most of the time, there is always the chance that you will not be allowed in with your dog.
So do call ahead.
That will prevent any potentially difficult conversations.
Nevertheless, this store is renowned for being particularly good with dogs.
In fact, there are a lot of reports from customers who had really positive experiences with their dogs in Lululemon.
I’ve even heard of dog treats being stored at the counter, or given out by staff!
Lululemon can be dog-friendly.
Most of the time they are.
But not always.
So do call ahead.
And be mindful of the store’s own rules and regulations. Besides, it could be the management or employees have an allergy to dogs or could perhaps be frightened of them.
Chances are if dogs are not allowed at a particular location – there is a reason for it.
It won’t have come from up above.
And if you are wondering where else you can take your dog inside, check out the following guides below:
I am a practiced pet owner with decades of experience owning a number of different pets. I am also the main writer and chief editor here at Pet Educate; a site I created to share everything I’ve learned about pet ownership over the years and my extensive research along the way.