The city has also put extensive planning into green spaces and parks, a true testament to the mountain-loving people and culture that thrives throughout Colorado. The town boasts hundreds of miles of paved pathways and trails that accommodate bikes, runners, walkers, and plenty of dogs. City planners have done an excellent job of creating fresh air spaces with trees, bushes, flowers, and grasses. While you are taking in the fresh smells, your dog will enjoy sniffing out scents of his own.
Something to consider about West Greeley is the dry climate, which can bring high temperatures in the summer. If you are visiting and not used to this kind of weather, you need to be prepared. Bring plenty of water for you and your dog, and stop to let him drink more often than you might normally.
For a more natural area to walk your pup, try the Hunter's Cove Natural Area. In Greeley, these natural areas are preserved in their wildest form and are often home to unique ecosystems that support a variety of plants and animals. The walking paths are well-maintained and often natural as well. Be sure to keep your dog on a leash and don't veer off the path, in order to protect fragile plants and wildlife.