The 11 Best Pet-Friendly Vacation Rentals & Airbnbs in Tulsa, OK

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Dogs love to travel as much as humans do. They love exploring new surroundings and experiencing new things. That’s why taking them with you on your vacation is usually a good idea. On top of that, you won’t worry about what’s going on with your dog while you’re away and they’re left at home.

And with vacation rentals and other types of accommodations becoming more and more accommodating to people with pets, it has become easier to travel with them more than ever. This is particularly true for dog-friendly cities like Tulsa.

The city of Tulsa is one of the most beautiful, picturesque, and revitalizing tourist destinations located right in the middle of Green Country Oklahoma. It offers a variety of accommodation for the people traveling with their dogs which are sure to make your trip a memorable one.

Here are our favorite dog-friendly Airbnbs in Tulsa.

1. Charming, Fenced Bungalow in Owen Park

Charming, Fenced Bungalow in Owen Park in Tulsa Dog Friendly
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Fee: None listed.
Policy: None listed.
Fenced: Yes

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While this property has been renovated overtime to put up with current trends, it still has been preserved to keep its original character from a century ago. Today, the space has beautiful sleek rooms that will make your stay fun and convenient.

It’s located in the history rich neighborhood of Owen Park, next to downtown. So, you’ll have great access to exciting downtown attractions by foot or a short drive.

2. Charming Bungalow near Cherry Street

Charming Bungalow near Cherry Street in Tusa Dog Friendly
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Fee: $25/stay
Policy: None listed.
Fenced: No

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This quaint bungalow is centrally located. So, staying here, you’ll have access to some of the most exciting locations in Tulsa, while still being in a peaceful neighborhood where you can relax during your stay. It’s walking distance to Cherry Street, where you’ll get access to many stores and pet-friendly restaurants.

Even though the bungalow is small, it’s laid out very well and can accommodate a small family comfortably. The street is also very safe and peaceful, so you’re not going to worry about walking your dog any time of the day or night.

3. Brady Heights Duplex

Pet Friendly Brady Heights Duplex Vacation Rental
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Fenced: No

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A duplex unit near downtown Tulsa, this property is perfect for those who want to get close to exciting Tulsa spots including the Tulsa Arts District, Brady Theatre, Cains Ballroom, or the the BOK center. The property is nestled on a stunning tree-lined street along with one of the few historic neighborhoods in the city, Brady Heights.

When it comes to the house itself, you’ll fall in love with how cozy and spacious it is. It looks so modern and functional. The bedrooms have the most comfortable beds and you’ll surely fall asleep right away as soon as you lay your head on it.

4. Stunning Mid-Century Inspired Home

Tulsa Stunning Mid-Century Inspired Home
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Fenced: No

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If architecture is something that impresses you, then this property will surely make your jaw drop. This spectacular rental home was designed and built in the 1970s by a well-known local architect, Jim Graber. Some of the best areas in the property are the huge great room, vintage wine cellar, glass bridge, and beautiful bathrooms. And while it was built a while ago, it has been recently updated to make things convenient for its guests.

This property is located in a quiet neighborhood of Southern Hills. It’s surrounded by old trees and winding streets where you’d want to walk your dog. If you’re interested in playing golf, there’s also the exclusive Southern Hill Golf Course.

5. 1920s Modernized Bungalow

Tulsa OK Pet Friendly Airbnbs 1920 Modernized Bungalow
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Policy: None listed.
Fenced: No

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While this property was built in the 1920s, the property is filled with modern convenience that will make your experience comfortable throughout your stay. It will provide you and your pup with the luxury of having an entire home with big bedrooms and nice and expansive living space.

This property is located right next to Reed Park & Community Center,  and both the  75 and 244 freeways, which means most places in Tulsa are very accessible. If you want to go downtown, it will only take you a few minutes of driving to get there.

6. Buck’s Cosmic Crash Pad on Route 66

Buck's Cosmic Crash Pad on Route 66
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Fee: None listed.
Policy: None listed.
Fenced: Yes

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If you want the unique Tulsa experience, we suggest that you start it with the accommodation. This Airbnb along Route 66 allows you to experience a “live gallery” where many of the artwork you’ll see in the house is available for purchase.

Aside from the property itself, its location is also unbeatable. This property is located near shopping centers and pet-friendly restaurants around the downtown area. The area is very walkable, so you can easily explore the area with your fur baby.

7. Modern Duplex in Downtown

Modern Duplex in Downtown Tulsa
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Fee: No Fee.
Policy: No additional charges for hosting pets unless the hosts determine additional cleaning is required upon check out (Pet hair, accidents, etc.)
Fenced: No

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If you want to stay somewhere exciting things happen, then this accommodation right downtown is a great option for you. It gives you access to venues for some exciting events and dog-friendly restaurants like Roosevelt’s and Elote Café.

Of course, as expected, the property itself is filled with modern furniture and appliances that would make your stay very easy and convenient. As guests, you’ll be able to use the entire house and all its amenities including the fully-equipped kitchen and laundry.

8. Tudor in Midtown

Tudor in Midtown Tusa Airbnb
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Fenced: Yes

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Colorful, modern, and cozy, this duplex property will make your Tulsa stay more memorable. The house is full of colorful art pieces made by the host and other local artists. And while the house will remind you of an art gallery, it’s still going to make you feel like it’s a home away from home during your stay. Your dog will also have plenty of space in the yard to run and play.

The location of this property is also something you will love. It is located in a relaxing spot in the city center. This means that you’ll not be too far from many stores and restaurants as well as the fairgrounds.

9. Fenced Brick Bungalow near Downtown

Tulsa Fenced Brick Bungalow near Downtown Airbnb
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Policy: None listed.
Fenced: Yes

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Only 5 minutes away from downtown by car, this charming brick home is located in a quiet neighborhood that gives you access to some of the must-visit locations in Tulsa. This spacious property guarantees comfortable sleep to its guests.

It’s located in a low-key, peaceful neighborhood for an affordable price.

10. Stylish Gingerbread House in Downtown

Stylish Gingerbread House in Downtown Tulsa Pet Friendly
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Fee: None listed.
Policy: None listed.
Fenced: No

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If you love architecture, you will surely appreciate this one. This beautiful and spacious gingerbread-style brick house was designed and built in the 1930s. And even though it has been more than 100 years ago since it was constructed, it offers modern amenities that will make your stay easier while preserving its original hardwood floors, fireplace, and style. You will also appreciate all the natural light coming in.

The location of this property is also something anyone would appreciate. It’s nestled at the foot of the neighborhood of Reservoir Hill, which is where you’ll find a diverse and eclectic community that is extremely pet friendly.

11.Historic Florence Park Family Bungalow

Tulsa Pet Friendly Historic Florence Park Family Bungalow
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Fee: None listed.
Policy: None listed.
Fenced: Yes

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A beautiful bungalow that can house guests of up to 7 and their family dog, this property has a newly updated kitchen and bathroom that will make your Tulsa adventure more fun and convenient. This house is full of features that will make you fall in love! With the large windows with natural lighting and hardwood floor throughout the house, you’ll surely find yourself not wanting to leave!

Its location is also another reason why you should consider it! Because it is downtown, you’ll be close to pet-friendly establishments like Utica Square and Promenade Mall.

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Liz is a Arizona native and mom two young children and one not so young Boston Terrier, Leroy. Leroy has been the center of her families beautiful life, which includes tons of travel and road trips. She is also a loving doggy aunt to Winston, Bullseye and Maple, a Boston Terrier, English Bully and Wheaten Terrier.

 

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