The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley

The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley is a
dog-friendly shopping center,
which means you may bring your leashed, well-behaved dog 
to the common areas, as well as inside the
following "dog-friendly" stores:



American Eagle Outfitters

Apricot Lane


Banana Republic (small dogs only)

Claire's (small dogs only)


Color Me Mine Pottery Studio


Evolve Salon & Spa

Francesca’s Collection

GailGray Home (small dogs only)


GapKids | babyGap


Johnston & Murphy

Jos A Bank

Kay Jewelers


Lucky Brand Jeans

Murphy Jewelers

Old Navy


Plow & Hearth



Verizon Wireless - The Cellular Connection

White House |  Black Market

Yankee Candle & Co.

Please see the Canine Code of Conduct below for the rules and regulations associated
with dog-friendly shopping to ensure a pleasurable shopping experience for all.
  • All dogs must be leashed or contained inside a carrier at all times. Leashes must be no longer than 6 feet including retractable leashes.
  • Dogs must be under the direct control of their owners at all times.
  • Owners must be eighteen years of age or older, and by law are responsible for the behavior of their dogs. 
  • At no time is an owner permitted to leave his or her dog unattended. 
  • Dogs are not permitted to enter any restaurants or food related stores, unless they are service-oriented dogs. 
  • Dogs are not permitted in any water-displays, fountains or the pond.
  • Dog owners are required to pick-up and properly dispose of the feces of their dogs. 
  • Dogs are not permitted to urinate on buildings or hard-scapes. 
  • Dogs must be licensed in the jurisdictional area that they reside and have a current vaccination for rabies. 
  • Dog owners are required to comply with the laws, rules, and regulations of the state of Pennsylvania and local codes relating to dogs. 

If at any time, management of The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley
determines that the behavior of a dog is causing disturbance
to others or the dog is acting aggressively,
the owner will be asked to remove his or her dog from the premises. 

Merchants will have a sticker on their door or window to indicate
that dogs are welcome in their store.
These stores may have additional rules.  See store associate for details.

Thank you and enjoy your visit!

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