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Dog Areas in Pueblo

1 Park
1 Shop
7 Eateries
12 Groomers

With many winding river paths, hill trails, and parks to be sniffed, Pueblo, Colorado is a great place for pet owners. There are many activities to take part in within Pueblo, so you and your pet will never be bored.

The City Park Dog Park is a great location for an everyday outing. Besides the usual separate fenced in areas you find at dog parks, they have many walking paths that you can take your pet for a jaunt on, there is a shaded pavilion, public restrooms for humans, dog bone-shaped benches, and doggie drinking fountains. This is a great place to meet new doggie friends and get some exercise.

If staying in Pueblo overnight, check into the Holiday Inn Express. They are always friendly, and the properties are modern and clean. Pets are also always welcome to sleep by your side. When it's time for some grub, Pueblo offers a whopping 16 choices! However, two of the highest-ranked choices are Goldust Saloon and Angelo's Pizza.

Goldust Saloon offers a traditional steakhouse menu and allows pets to dine with you on the terrace. Angelo's Pizza is a family-owned Italian restaurant that serves not only pizza but other pasta and Italian dishes as well. They also allow well-behaved pets with you outside.

Pueblo offers a wide range of experiences for every pet owner. You and your furry friend or family member will never be bored here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pueblo

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    Population Density 134/sq mi

    #1 City Park Ave

    The city of Pueblo loves its dogs, and you’ll find proof confirming that at the City Park Dog Park! You’ll find everything you’d expect from a great off-leash dog park here, including separate, fenced areas for large and small dogs. Keep in mind that your pal should be on a leash when entering and exiting the park. Dogs that visit this park must wear identifying tags and be current on all of their shots. This ensures that all dogs who visit play safely together! Don’t forget to pack the necessities, including water and waste disposal bags.
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    Population Density 206/sq mi

    #2 Pueblo West

    The census-designated place of Pueblo West is small, but very dog-friendly. It’s also home to the Waggin’ Tail Dog Park. This fully fenced dog park is the pawfect place for your pal to play! Locals love this park, so your pup is sure to make some new fur-iends while they’re here. You might also become friends with a few of the fellow dog owners here! You’ll find plenty of lush green grass at this pawesome, off-leash park, as well as several picnic benches and shade trees. However, water and waste bags aren’t provided here, so be sure to bring your own.
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    Population Density 76/sq mi

    #3 Fortino Blvd

    If you’re looking for a dog-friendly hotel -- or seven! -- in Pueblo, the vicinity of Fortino Blvd. is the place to be. Nearby, you’ll find plenty of Fido-friendly lodging accommodations to suit your budget and needs. Starbucks and McAlister’s, just off Highway 50, both offer outdoor seating where you can share a bite with your pup. For something a little more substantial, head to Noodles & Company, where your leashed dog is welcome to dine with you at the outdoor seating area. If you need to shop for supplies, stop by Lowe’s, which allows well-behaved, leashed dogs to accompany you while you shop.
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    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #4 Mineral Palace

    The Mineral Palace Park is a gorgeous community park located just north of town, in the Mineral Palace neighborhood. Locals love the flowers that grow here, and praise the park for being a beautiful place to walk your dog! Just keep your pup on a leash, and don’t let him eat any of the flowers! The park also includes a children’s playground, so you can bring your whole family to enjoy a day at this pawesome park! Dogs aren’t allowed in the playground area for the park goers’ safety. Pack a picnic and some waste bags for a fun-filled day!
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    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    In the northern section of downtown Pueblo, you’ll find several dog-friendly restaurants worth barking about! If you’re craving pizza, head to Angelo’s, where you can share a slice with your best bud at the outdoor tables. Graham’s Grill is the perfect place to enjoy some light bites and a scenic view of the river. Or, you could visit Brue’s Alehouse for some strong beverages and hearty dishes. Be sure to bring a leash and water bowl if you plan to take a food tour of the area. Burn off the extra calories with an on-leash adventure on the riverwalk.
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