Imagine living peacefully in a town your whole life. Then, one day, someone decides that they will take a highway and narrowly bypass your town. Not only can you no longer get supplies, but it is an all-day walk to the closest crossing to get supplies. So, you are left with no choice but to pack up and move. That is what happened in Zulch, Texas. In 1907, someone decided that it was time to relocate the railroad so that it completely cut off the city. So the entire city decided to pick and move north! That city is now North Zulch, Texas.
North Zulch is still the quiet peaceful city it was back in the early 1900s. The residents here don't get in a rush to do anything. It is what you would envision a small Texas town would be. You'll find a handful of quiet hotels right outside the city limits. There is even a bed-and-breakfast where your pet is probably more welcome than most humans! Go by the library and take in a bit of their history. You will find that locals have been here their whole lives and aren't afraid to dish a little gossip.
It might sound a little strange, but you should check out the Donaho Family Cemetery. Some of the founders are buried here and their graves are very well cared for. You are welcome to bring your dog along with you to enjoy a quiet stroll here while you learn more about this tiny Texan town's history.
Because it's such a small town, you won't find very many Fido-friendly amenities here, but you'll find more things to do just a short drive away.