Are you looking for a pet-friendly home?  Do you want Fido to be within one open door to a local park, pond, or pet-friendly eatery?  We are your go-to place for all things pet friendly in Bozeman. 


 When you live in Bozeman, you are always asking "What's new" right? Well, Buff City Soap is one of Downtown Bozeman's newest attractions. Buff City Soaps opened up in downtown Bozeman this December and has set the soap bar high, no pun intended. 





On a mission to create hand-made, plant-based products that are nourishing and free of harsh ingredients like chemicals and animals' fats.  Buff City Soap takes pride in handcrafting each and every bar of soap, bath bomb, or body scrub right there in the house.


From daily handmade soaps, bath/shower products, kids, men, laundry, and much more, Buff City Soaps has everything you could ever need or want.





Walk in and be greeted by the rehashing scents of…

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Bozeman Dog Friendly Activities Dog-Friendly Restaurant Porches

  • Feed Cafe 

  • Plonk 

  • Starky’s 

  • Rocking R Bar 

  • Mountains Walking Brewery 

  • MAP Brewing Comany 

  • Lockhorn Cider House 

  • The Club Tavern & Grill

  • Fresco Cafe

  • The Coffee Pot Bakery Cafe 
  • The Western Cafe
  • Korner Klub 


  • The LARK 

  • Lewis & Clark Motel 

  • Microtel Inn & Suites

  • Element 

Off-Leash Dog Parks 


Dog-Friendly Businesses

  • Kenyon Noble
  • Home Depot
  • Ace Hardware

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In April 2021, Single Family Homes in Bozeman City Limits sold for 102.3% of their asking price! 

51 homes have gone under contract and 36 homes have sold! Here at Tamara Williams and Company we placed 10 properties under contract and sold 14 others. Take a look at our April 2021 Production.

There were a total of 19 homes for sale, which is -77.6% less than April 2020.  48 new listings, and sold properties have an average of 9 days on market. If homes were on the market longer than that there are several factors that could have contributed to that; price, location, layout, and seller preference. One promising factor buyers will want to keep an eye on in the upcoming…

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Bozeman is an outdoorsy community with a dog in almost every home.

Bozeman won 2nd place in Dog Fancy Magazine’s Most Dog-Friendly Towns in the U.S. Bozeman has a population of roughly 45,000 and a dog population of 30,000. 

A well-exercised dog is a happy and healthy dog. It is very common to see dogs joining their families hiking, camping, swimming, hunting, or even strolling Downtown Main Street where local shops will have water bowls out front for thirsty pups passing by. 

Bozeman has 7 Off-Leash Designated Dog Parks:

•             Snow-Fill Recreation Area ~ 37 acres (2956 McIlhatten Rd.)

•             Regional Park (between Baxter Ln and Oak St)

•             Centennial Park (5-9am only, between W Tamarack St and W Peach St)

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Check out Bozeman’s awesome off-leash dog parks! Gallatin Valley may be home to 100,000 residents, but more importantly, over 22,000 dogs who need a place to play!  Each city park features slightly different amenities and we’re sure there’s one that’ll perfectly match you and your dog’s needs. Especially if you are relocating to Bozeman, the process can be stressful. Knowing your pooch has awesome places to run wild helps!  (Double check park rules as rules are subject to change with the City of Bozeman.)

Check out the parks below!


Burke Park and Peet’s Hill ( 45 Acres )
Cross-Streets: S Church Ave & E Story St Bozeman, MT 59715

  • Amenities: Bench, Bike Rack, Dog Station, Garbage Can, Kiosk, Restrooms,…

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This is the only cross-country ski trail near downtown Bozeman that allows dogs. The trail offers different loops with varying hill grades and is maintained by the Bridger Ski Foundation and Run Dog Run.

Tamara Williams and Company
Tamara Williams - Broker/Owner

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