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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Brighton, CO

Jennifer
Reviewed by Nicole C. on 10/04/2017

"Great job Jennifer! Thanks from Daisy for the good workout! Can’t wait to see you Friday!! "

2.16 mi
62m
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Samantha
Reviewed by Caleb K. on 09/25/2017

"Thanks Samantha for walking Titus! (Sorry old note no need to feed him today)"

1.47 mi
31m
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Danielle
Reviewed by Jeffrey J. on 09/25/2017

"Danielle was amazing and Frosty took to her right away! I think he is going to be so happy to see her on Wed and Fri."

1.39 mi
30m
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Danielle
Reviewed by Margaret C. on 09/25/2017

"Thank you for helping on such short notice! Very engaging with videos and photos!"

1.39 mi
36m
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Pee
Andrew
Reviewed by Aaron K. on 09/20/2017

"Thank you so much! I'm so glad she is doing well with you! She can definitely out walk benji lol. They seem very happy with you :) "

1.59 mi
39m
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Pee
Danielle
Reviewed by Justin L. on 09/13/2017

"I feel VERY comfortable letting Danielle take care of my baby when I can't! She sends many pictures and videos so that I feel like I'm there in the walk with her. Cannot recommend her enough. "

1.20 mi
32m
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Pee
Jackie
Reviewed by Chad J. on 09/08/2017

"This dog walker with "the funny accent" is amazing. She takes such good care of my pooch and takes the cutest pics ever! I appreciate her immensely!"

1.69 mi
31m
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Jackie
Reviewed by Chad J. on 09/07/2017

"I really appreciate your walks. Glad Heima got to meet a new little buddy today. "

1.53 mi
33m
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Danielle
Reviewed by Bradley J. on 08/22/2017

"Thanks again for working with my schedule. So glad Lucy is doing well and could come keep tiger company. "

1.17 mi
34m
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Pee
Andrew
Reviewed by Meghan V. on 08/17/2017

"Andrew is amazing and super fun. He took the most amazing photo of Quinn in the air running. Love love love it. Quinn had a blast and is sleeping peacefully and happy. "

1.59 mi
37m
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Pee

Dog Areas in Brighton, CO

1 Park
1 Shop
6 Eateries
2 Groomers

Well-known for its annual and infamous tomato-throwing contest -- which literally paints some parts of the town red! -- Brighton is a northeastern suburb of Denver nestled on the banks of the South Platte River. This charming city balances a rich cultural heritage with the cozy, close-knit atmosphere of a small town. You will love the dog-friendly attitude of the city center and the warm embrace of the city's pet-friendly hotels, dog park, and three veterinary hospitals.

If you don't have a yard where you can exercise and play with your pup, head to Happy Tails Dog Park, located in the southeastern corner of the city.  You will meet plenty of locals here, so get your pooch off their leash and prepare to socialize a lot. The dog park features a large grassy, fenced area to have enjoy some pawesome off-leash playtime meeting old friends or making new ones!

Although Brighton has a few pet-friendly places and spaces of its own, you can find more just a short drive away in neighboring towns.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brighton, CO

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 317/sq mi

    #1 Holly Street North

    48

    Thornton is one of the big cities on the way to Denver from Brighton, and it has a number of pet-friendly places spread all over the area. If you want to stretch your legs before getting back on the road to the big city, turn north on Holly Street to find Trail Winds Park and Open Space. This is a public park with a special designated area for pups to play off-leash. The dog park is adjacent to a skate park and a soccer field, and features walking trails, two separate sections for small and large breeds, drinking water spigots, and seating. There's also plenty of shade and grass, as well as a separate parking lot for the dog park.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,649/sq mi

    #2 Irma Drive Southwest

    36

    If you're travelling along Irma Drive through Northglenn and need to find a place to stop for a walk or quick rest, pull over at Jaycee Park, which is home to Bill Goodspeed Happy Tails Dog Park. This is a roomy, grassy area for pups to play off-leash in a safe, designated spot. You will find two separate sections for small and large breeds, seating, shade, drinking water facilities, and lights for late-night visitors! On your way back, do check out The Glenn, a pub with a dog-friendly patio, delicious dishes, and tasty craft brews. This is a furrific place to enjoy some grub and the company of your canine companion!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,240/sq mi

    #3 North Westminster

    24

    The extensive neighborhood of North Westminster occupies a significant part of the city, and features different places to have fun with Fido and play off-leash! Explore Big Dry Creek Park, which boasts a fenced dog-friendly extension with grass, drinking water and seating for humans. If you want to enjoy a great feast with your pooch, head south to West 120th Avenue, which is full of dog-friendly places. You'll definitely want to stop by Babajoon’s Kabobs and More, which serves up mouthwatering meals to diners with dogs at the outdoor tables. The fur-iendly staff will even give your dog his very own water bowl!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,762/sq mi

    #4 Midway Boulevard East

    12

    Broomfield is well-known for its green and leafy recreation areas, which are always a welcome sight on a hot day! If you follow Midway Boulevard from Westminster, you'll find the beautiful area of the Broomfield Commons Open Space in no time. Including a sports field, a community park, and a dog park, this is a great place to bring Fido for a good run! The dog park features a designated fenced-in area with plenty of space to go wild and burn some energy. You will also find plenty of shade and seating, but make sure to bring some drinking water with you. 

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,616/sq mi

    #5 North Lafayette

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    The northern part of Lafayette, off Baseline Road, is almost entirely occupied by three large recreation areas – Josephine Roche Open Space, Rothman Park, and Lafayette Great Park. Leashed dogs are welcome in all three, but our favorite is Lafayette Great Park. Can you guess why? Because it has its very own dog park, of course! The Great Bark Dog Park features approximately 6 acres of space for off-leash play and socialization, as well as a separate section for small breeds to run and romp. Benches are available for humans, but there are no drinking water facilities, so please bring your own.

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