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Dog Areas in Dahlonega

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Dahlonega is a small city in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and is definitely a must-see on your doggy to-do list. Whether you live in this hidden gem, or you’re just visiting, it’s easy to see why dog lovers are flooding to the beautiful city. With a number of restaurants and pet-friendly shops in the immediate city, as well as being situated well within driving distance of a number of other attractions, it’s safe to say Dahlonega is something of a haven for dog lovers!

While lacking the hustle and bustle of larger cities, Dahlonega makes up for its dreamy nature with scenic views and lots of fun! If you’re in Dahlonega, you and your pup pal absolutely have to stop by Chestatee River Canoeing. Bring your canine companion on a hot day, and let your doggy take a dip in the cool waters of the Chestatee River. Be sure to bring fresh water to drink, as well as some doggy waste bags, just in case! This is only one of many locations worth visiting in Dahlonega, so buckle up and get ready for a heaping load of fun, both for you and Fido alike. You can’t go wrong here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dahlonega

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    Population Density 568/sq mi

    #1 Public Square


    Make your way down to 24 Public Square, situated towards the middle of Dahlonega. Here, you’ll find the Dahlonega General Store, a definite stop for your doggy day trip. Your dog will have to remain leashed, but they’re allowed in the store, where you can get five cent coffee on an honor system, roasted peanuts, as well as any number of knick-knacks or souvenirs. Among their selection of exciting items, you’ll find vintage metal signs as well as old-fashioned toys. Surely your precious little pup isn’t deserving of that "beware of dog" sign over in the corner!

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    Population Density 568/sq mi

    #2 South Chestatee Street

    Maybe there’s a special lady in your life that you’d like to pick up some precious keepsakes for. Maybe you are that special woman, and you’re wanting to treat yourself to something really nifty. In either case, you and your pup pal should be sure to stop by South Chestatee, where you’ll find Grateful Days, a small specialty shop that carries women’s clothings, bags, as well as other gifts. Let your pup pick something out for their mommy, and she’s sure to have plenty of head pats waiting for them. Everyone knows a dog mom can’t resist their baby’s love.
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    Population Density 568/sq mi

    #3 Public Square North

    Hustle back to the Public Square area, to the Northern district, and stop in for a bite at Bourbon Street Grille, a delicious restaurant that serves a number of dishes with Cajun influence. There’s a beautiful back deck where you and your precious pup are welcome to sit and enjoy a fresh meal, especially after exploring the historic areas of Dahlonega. The wait staff is friendly, and will happily provide a bowl of water for your pup to wet their whistle, as well as some tasty doggy treats so you’re not the only one enjoying a really good bite. Yum!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 568/sq mi

    #4 North Chestatee Street

    Up the road a ways, in the North Chestatee area, you and your darling doggy would be doggone crazy to miss out on the Back Porch Oyster Bar. Featuring an expansive outdoor deck for you and your pup pal to settle in the shade, you’ll have your choice of a fresh oyster bar or any number of other delectable seafood platters. Your diva doggy will be provided a fresh bowl of drinking water, and treated like regular royalty with all the attention they’ll receive -- both from staff and new potential puppy pals. Just be prepared to clean up any messes!
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    Population Density 568/sq mi

    #5 North Park Street

    Last but definitely not least, pitter patter your pup's paws over to North Park Street, where you’ll find The Crimson Moon Cafe! Carry your pup out to the outdoor deck, and take your pick from their expansive menu containing a number of dishes, from omelettes and French toast to sandwiches and soups. You’ll need to bring your trusty collapsible water bowl, as well as some fresh drinking water and maybe some tasty treats for your hungry howler. If they didn’t know how to beg already, they will learn to beg here -- and surely no one will hold it against you if you share a little bite...
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