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Dog Areas in Ojus

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3 Eateries

Ojus may have been downgraded from full city to “census designated place”, but the area is busier and more lively than ever. People have been living in the Ojus area for thousands of years, but the town itself was founded in 1897. Since then, Ojus has served as a rest stop, trading post, and now residential home for people who commute to Miami. You have to leave Ojus for vet care, but with over two dozen vet clinics and animal hospitals within 15 miles of Ojus, that’s not a hardship even for emergency care. The rest of the time, you and your pup can explore the parks and history of Ojus.

Ojus Park is a small but centrally located park. Leashed dogs are welcome to walk the paths or enjoy the open areas throughout the park. The paths are mostly paved and an easy walk, perfect for an early morning ramble or an evening stop to work off some energy before relaxing the evening away at home. Bring your own water bowl, because park fountains are built for human-sized drinkers, not dogs!

Ojus may be an old town, but as more residents encourage development it proves that you can teach an old town new tricks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ojus

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 18,685/sq mi

    #1 Ojus

    If you get hungry while in this neighborhood, you have a few dog friendly options so you don’t have to leave your furry best friend behind. The Juice and Java Cafe at Equinox serves healthy breakfast and lunch options, and allows your pup to sit with you at an outside table. Got a hankering for barbecue? Try Blaze Tex-Mex BBQ, where your pup can watch you eat classic dishes with one of their custom sauces in their outdoor seating area. Get cultured at Etzil Itzik with authentic Israeli dishes, which welcomes you and your dog in their outdoor seating.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,251/sq mi

    #2 Highland Lakes


    The Highland Lakes neighborhood in North Miami Beach is packed to the brim with residents, to the point where some might have a tough time walking their dog. That’s why Highland Oaks Park is such a pleasant surprise, nestled in the corner of the neighborhood, the park is a tranquil oasis with it’s packed trees, beautiful pond, open areas, and even the Oleta River that cuts right through the park. You won't only find peacefulness, but a long walking 1.1 -mile trail that goes around the entire pond that will be sure to give you and your dog some much-needed exercise. Be sure to keep your pup leashed in this public getaway from the city hustle.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,399/sq mi

    #3 W Dixie Hwy/ NE 183rd St

    Greynolds Park is the answer to any dog owners prayers! Found in this North Miami Beach neighborhood, the park is open to humans and dogs alike, with some dog-exclusive amenities. Greynolds park fenced in areas for dogs, with separate areas for small dogs and large dogs to play freely off leash. Ojus residents can bring their dogs to socialize freely and get the exercise they need and have plenty of fountains for when Fido begins to get thirsty. Not only is there plenty of open area, but the park is covered in a thin forest of trees that provide much needed shade for a tired dog and privacy from the outside world. When hunger strikes, head to Bourekas, Etc, a kosher restaurant that provides dog-friendly seating outside and free treats to your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,261/sq mi

    #4 Biscayne Blvd/ NE 163rd St


    Take a five-mile drive south of Ojus, and you’ll find Oleta River State Park in this North Miami Beach neighborhood, a place that is surrounded by nature, covered with trails and allows leashed dogs onto those paths! The 1,043-acre area has multiple pathways, but features a main one, the Oleta River State Park Trail, which is 2 miles long and loops through the small forests and past the beaches. If you and your dog are looking for something instead of walking along the trail, this state park is the only one in Florida that allows kayaking through the river for you and your dog.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,381/sq mi

    #5 Golden Isles


    Golden Isles is a small neighborhood in Hallandale, FL that’s 5 minutes from Ojus and lies right on the shore with beautiful scenery of the ocean. Although the view alone is worth it to come here, the real beauty is the fenced-in dog park. The Golden Isles Dog Park is open to the public and allows dogs of all sizes to run freely off leash within a fenced in section of the larger Golden Isles Park. Humans have plenty of benches to sit on and relax while their dog plays. There are easily accessible doggy-bag locations, and dog fountains for keeping your dog hydrated.

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