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Dog Areas in Flagstaff

3 Parks
5 Trails
2 Shops
17 Eateries
9 Groomers

Flagstaff, Arizona is located near the center of Northern Arizona at the juncture of I-17 and I-40, about 150 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona and 80 miles south of the Grand Canyon. It is the highest elevated city on the historic Route 66 and home to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System which encompasses approximately 50 miles of trails throughout the city.

Kaibab Veterinary Clinic is an AAHA-accredited veterinary facility located in Flagstaff, Arizona that offers dog, cat and exotic pet care, including care of Syrian, Winter White and Roborovski hamsters. Hamster exams include full head to tail exams, checking mouth, ears, eyes, temperature, nutrition and diet evaluation and nail and teeth trimming. The clinic treats hamsters with wet tail, mastitis, cancer, wounds, fractures, as well as geriatric and end of life hamster care. Kaibab Veterinary Clinic also offers a critical care hamster diet, parasitic screen, subcutaneous fluids, and flea treatment. Services include in-house laboratory, routine check-ups and vaccinations, spay and neuter, house calls, and therapeutic laser. The clinic has 11 employees, including four veterinary doctors and five veterinary nurses. The Kaibab Vet Clinic has been serving Northern Arizona for nearly twenty years and offers full-service state of the art care in a intimate, warm, welcoming environment.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Flagstaff

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    Population Density 47/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

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    Dog owners won’t have a ruff time finding things to do in downtown Flagstaff! Numerous restaurants in the area have dog-friendly patios for outdoor dining, including local favorite NiMarco’s Pizza. If you’re feeling stuffed after eating, grab a doggy bag and head to the Route 66 Trail, which starts downtown. Just under five miles long, the trail is sure to give you and your dog a chance to explore and see just what Flagstaff has to offer. Whether you decide to chow down or go for a walk, your dog is sure to have a fun time – just make sure to bring a leash!
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    #2 Thorpe Park

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    Located just west of downtown Flagstaff is Thorpe Park, a regional park spanning over two hundred acres. Within the park is the one-and-a-half acre Thorpe Park Dog Park, where your pup can enjoy some time off of his leash. Your dog is sure to go mutts as he makes plenty of new friends. If you brought a picnic basket, you’re in luck; once playtime is over for you and Fido, head over to the large picnic area to enjoy a bite to eat. Your furry friend is welcome to join you, but a leash is required.
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    Population Density 48/sq mi

    #3 Greenlaw

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    Despite being divided into Upper Greenlaw and Lower Greenlaw, this neighborhood in Flagstaff comes together to make sure your pet has a blast! Located within Greenlaw’s Bushmaster Park is the Barkmaster Dog Park, where your four-legged friend is sure to have a pawesome time playing with other dogs. Your dog is welcome to explore the rest of the park; he just needs to be on a leash. If you find yourself quenched after playing outside, stop by the local Sonic Drive-In to grab yourself a drink and, depending on availability, a treat for your dog. Bone Appetit!
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    #4 Woodlands Village

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    Woodlands Village is home to Coconino National Forest, which boasts itself as one of the most diverse national forests in the country. If your dog loves to explore nature, Coconino National Forest is the perfect place. Filled with numerous trails and beautiful views, this park is a great for both you and your dog. Some restrictions apply, though. Your dog must remain on a leash at all times, and there are certain areas dogs are not allowed. Be sure to check their website or give the office a call so that you and your pet can have a doggone good time!
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    #5 Downtown

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    Downtown Sedona is located just a 25-minute drive from Flagstaff, and the city is home to plenty of fun activities for you and your dog! Sedona Dog Park is a two-acre dog park with distinct sections for small and large dogs, ensuring that your dog is comfortable at all times. If the dog park isn’t Paw-llywood enough for your dog, check out Oak Creek Vineyard and Winery, where your dog is always welcome to explore with you; just make sure you have a leash! Several restaurants in downtown Sedona allow dogs to dine outside with their owners, so there’s sure to be something for everyone.
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