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Dog Areas in Mesa, AZ

2 Parks
1 Shop
13 Eateries
32 Groomers

In 1880, a group dubbed the First Mesa Company arrived in Arizona from Utah and Idaho and settled at the top of the mesa that serves as the city’s namesake. They dug irrigation canals and in July 1878, Mesa, Arizona was registered as a 1-square-mile townsite. Mesa City was incorporated in 1883 with a very small population of only 300 people. Mesa has since expanded to become the 3rd largest city in Arizona and the 38th largest city in the United States, as home to over 445,000 people.

Family VetCare of Mesa, Arizona was founded in 1982 and operates three full-service veterinary hospitals and a full cat boarding facility. Cat boarding requirements include written proof of vaccination from a licensed veterinarian for rabies, FVRCP, feline leukemia vaccine, an annual bordetella vaccine. Family VetCare cat boarding packages include a kitty bed, Science Diet kibble, treats, play time, treehouse and activity toys. If needed, medication can be administered. Additional cat boarding services include an atrium view, cuddle time and coat brushing. Family VetCare employs eleven Arizona licensed veterinarians and provides general wellness and preventative medicine to pets as well as specialty services including dermatology, orthopedic surgery, soft tissue surgery, digital radiography, ultrasonography, ophthalmology, dentistry, cardiology, oncology, internal medicine, endoscopy and behavioral consultations.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mesa, AZ

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    Population Density 5,590/sq mi

    #1 Central

    Central is a hip, dog friendly neighborhood area in Mesa. The popular Arizona State University is located in the Central neighborhood. So, in addition to wagging tails, you will also get to experience an awesome Arizona college neighborhood. You will find a lot of locals hanging out at the Countryside Park. This 28 acre park has everything you and your pup needs for a pawsome day in the sun. You will find baseball fields, a shaded playground, a basketball court, and even a beach volleyball court. Countryside Park even has an off leash area for your pup to run and play with the other local pups! If you and your dog are looking for somewhere that finally feels like “home” -- you’ll find it in Central Mesa.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,140/sq mi

    #2 Northeast


    The Northeast neighborhood has won the hearts of many residents of Mesa. For years, it has been known as the best neighborhood to live in, and it’s as much a favorite when it comes to being dog-friendly. Just ask any regular who visits the Quail Run Park. Leashed dogs are allowed in most places at the park and your furry best friend can even run off-leash inside the Quail Run Dog Park. While in the Northeast neighborhood, make sure you check out the local dog-friendly restaurants. One of those popular restaurants is The Monastery, which offers dog friendly outside seating-- plus, a diverse menu to die for, complete with great beer and wine.

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    Population Density 5,920/sq mi

    #3 West Central

    Dog owners will find the West Central area of Mesa to be a dog friendly scene. In fact, every second Friday you will often find locals and their pets at the downtown “Dog Days of Summer”. This is a dog friendly event that has fun for the whole family. There are food, booths, contests, and even restaurants and shops. While in the area, you must check out Inside the Bungalow with your pooch. It’s a dog friendly dining option where dogs are allowed inside and outside this family owned cafe. They even will provide your dog with fresh water and a treat. It’s definitely a West Central Mesa favorite.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,950/sq mi

    #4 Southwest

    The Southwest area in Mesa is home to Mesa Community College. So, you’ll be able to enjoy the artsy college feel in Southwest. A perfect addition to the theme is the popular Bookmans Entertainment Exchange. This is a dog friendly store where you can buy books, media, musical instruments, and so much more. Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcomed to accompany you on your stroll through the store. If you’re visiting someone at the college, you’ll be happy to know most of the chain hotels are pet friendly. Make sure you and your pooch make a stop at In-N-Out Burger, where your dog will leave droolin’ and waggin’ his tail! He may even get to leave with a pawsome In-N-Out Burger hat!
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    Population Density 4,920/sq mi

    #5 Northwest

    The Northwest area in Mesa is the proud host of the annual Arizona Week for the Animals. As well as the East Valley Bark for Life. Both are super dog-friendly, annual events. Each event also donates their proceeds to local animal charities. You and your pup can also spend time shopping at the popular chain pet store, PetCo. Are you and your pooch just passing through? Then you will be happy to find out that there are two pawsitively great lodging options that are pet friendly. Your pup is welcomed during your stay at the Sheraton Mesa and Hyatt Place Phoenix Mesa.
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