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Dog Areas in North Lauderdale

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North Lauderdale was designed by the famous architect Morris Lapidus to be “The City of Tomorrow!” While North Lauderdale’s future is still bright, it’s present isn’t anything to sneeze at either! This busy, dog-friendly city is located in the Miami metropolitan area. The city has one animal hospital within its borders, and is well served by over a dozen clinics and animal hospitals within a twenty minute commute. North Lauderdale is a great place to take your dog!

If you’re looking to work up a sweat with your pup, you can’t beat the Hampton Park Loop. This easy loop is just shy of a mile, and features a lake. The loop is popular with nature walkers and those who love to observe wildlife, and your leashed dog is welcome to come exploring too. Hampton Pines Park, the place this trail is attached to, only allows leashed dogs on the walking trails to and from this trail.

If you’re more of a park person, TOT Park is a great place for the whole family. Kids will love the playground and sports fields, and your dog will love a chance to explore a green meadow with you. 

Kick back and relax, because your North Lauderdale trip is just getting started.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Lauderdale

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    Population Density 8,761/sq mi

    #1 The Hamptons of North Lauderdale

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    The Hamptons of North Lauderdale is a bustling neighborhood home to an amazing draw in North Lauderdale: Woodville Dog Park. This park is divided into two sections, one for small dogs and one for large dogs. The park provides waste baggies and a water fountain for pups. The large dog enclosure also contains some simple agility obstacles to keep your pup engaged and exercising. Your dog will love the chance to be pupular, as this park is typically teaming with dogs! Social dogs will love romping with friends and chasing toys. There’s plenty of room to run, so if your dog just wants to run off energy this park is great for that too.

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    Population Density 8,644/sq mi

    #2 NW North Lauderdale

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    The densely populated neighborhood of NW North Lauderdale centers around Braeburn Park. This simple park doesn’t have a flashy playground, but it’s a great place to walk your dog. The park has a large, open grassy field and a couple of basketball courts. Your dog won’t be asking for anything more! Though your pup will have to stay on leash in Braeburn Park, a couple of loops of that green field should be enough to knock down the energy level of your pup. It’s a great, local park to hit in the morning and evening to be sure your dog is getting enough exercise.

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    Population Density 9,203/sq mi

    #3 Saraniero

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    Saraniero Park is a strip of wooded green behind North Lauderdale’s Saraniero Branch Library. This park is simple. It’s just a green space, without amenities. It’s still a great place to get away from it all with your dog. Located in a busy neighborhood, and near another community feature, this simple park is a good place to stretch your legs! Your pup will get a chance to explore nature, and you can take a walk away from the bustle of the city. The park’s small size makes it perfect for a short walk to start or end your day right.

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    Population Density 9,339/sq mi

    #4 Lauderdale North Park

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    Highland Park in Lauderdale North Park is a simple sports park. You may find it packed on the weekends, when the two fields are used for little league games for soccer and softball. The rest of the time, this neighborhood park is an open green space your dog will love exploring. Do a couple laps to work off energy, or amble through sniffing out squirrels. Just remember to bring your own water and a doggie bowl to share it. This park is conveniently located in a residential area, but it’s light on amenities. You should also keep your dog on leash inside Highland Park!

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    Population Density 8,761/sq mi

    #5 North Lauderdale Estates

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    Broadview Park in North Lauderdale Estates is a simple park with basketball courts and a jungle gym. The draw for dogs (and the people who have to walk them) is the simple path that winds around the exterior of the park. It allows you to walk briskly without having to cross through the more densely utilized areas. The park is often busy, particularly after school or on weekends. If you have a shy dog, it would be best to head to the park in the morning or evening. Bring a doggie bowl so your pup can drink from the fountains!

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