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Mesa View is a new housing subdivision on the east side of Yuma, Arizona. This area is a short drive to services and shopping in central Yuma, and located a short drive to the east of the Yuma airport. There is a large shopping area northeast of Mesa View, where you can get pet supplies. Also, the Yuma Veterinary Clinic is a short drive southwest of the community servicing local residents and their pets. Most services in the area require driving, so if you plan on taking your dog with you on trips in a vehicle, remember that you cannot leave your dog in a car in Yuma. The weather is very hot most of the time, with an average temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit and temperatures soaring over 100 degrees most days between May and September. The good news is that you will not be hampered on walks by rain in hot, sunny, Arizona! Walking in the morning or evening tends to be more pleasant, when temperatures moderate slightly in this hot, arid climate.
Terrain in Mesa View
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Mesa View is a newer residential subdivision with large rural-like properties and big homes. Yard sites are quite large, and often feature pools, and long, private driveways with homes well set back from the property lines. There are no sidewalks in the community, so you will need to walk on roadways to get around this area. Watch out for traffic and walk on the left side of the road with your dog on a leash. 

Because the area is new, landscaping may not be fully developed and does not provide a lot of shade. Also, desert landscaping is more prevalent than traditional lawns and trees in this arid climate. There is quite a bit of undeveloped land within the community and adjacent to it, providing open areas to romp and play with your dog. Be aware that encountering rattlesnakes is possible in undeveloped land in this area, especially as it is near the edge of town.  Keep your dog leashed and/or teach your dog to beware of snakes.

Greenways in Mesa View
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Neighborhoods in Yuma have an average of:
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There are lots of undeveloped areas in and around Mesa View to enjoy with your dog.  Be aware of wildlife that your dog could harm or be harmed by in the area. Remember desert fauna may have developed defenses like venom to protect themselves and may be rare and endangered.  Life for a desert critter is hard enough without being hassled by local dogs! Keep your dog leashed and watch out for wildlife in undeveloped natural areas.

There are two fenced off-leash dog parks a short drive from Mesa View. The Yuma Bark Park to the west and the Fortuna Dog Play and Waterpark to the east.  Both are about a 15-minute drive from Mesa View and offer a safe environment for your dog to play off-leash with other dogs and the opportunity to socialize with other local dog owners.  The Fortuna Dog park also offers a sprinkler for your pup to cool down on a hot Yuma summer day!

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