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Brandon
Reviewed by Derrick R. on 09/04/2017

"Brandon was great. He was friendly with Burger and not afraid of him at all (most people are, hes a huge dog!)."

1.22 mi
35m
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Brandon
Reviewed by Vanessa K. on 09/04/2017

"Brandon is really excellent. Pays much attention to detail and does thorough job. Recommend him very highly!!"

1.16 mi
64m
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Dog Areas in Tucker

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11 Eateries
1 Groomer

Nestled in the heart of Georgia, just east of Atlanta, you’ll find the pawesome town of Tucker. Filled with dog-friendly restaurants of all sorts, you and your pup are sure to have a blast in scenic Georgia. While Tucker is remarkably close to Atlanta -- just a hop and a skip away -- you’d be doggone crazy to miss the sights within Tucker proper! Then again, you’ll have plenty of time to explore both cities. 

You and your treasured companion should start your trip off right at the Blue Ribbon Grill. Touted as an Atlanta staple, this particular restaurant is well known as the go-to spot to take your dog in the summer. With an expansive outdoor deck and plenty of seating for you and your pup, you’re bound to enjoy the delicious selection of food at this bar and grill. The steak dinner can’t be missed, not to mention the delicious crab cakes -- just bring plenty of treats for your pup, and some fresh drinking water to wet your woofer’s whistle. It’s just one of the places you should stop in during your time in Tucker, whether you be there long term or just for a short visit.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tucker

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,366/sq mi

    #1 Central Tucker

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    The central area of Tucker is home to The Local 7, a  cozy little pub that serves a wide selection of bar style foods as well as comforting classics like their Brunswick stew. It’s well-known for the friendly atmosphere, and well-behaved pooches are allowed (and encouraged!) to dine on the outer patio. Your precious pup will enjoy spending time with their favorite person while you chow down on a good burger and have a nice sample of the beer on tap. Bring plenty of water for your canine companion, and the two of you are set for your date night!
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    Population Density 630/sq mi

    #2 Chattahoochee River

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    Make your way to the famous Chattahoochee River, and you and your perfect pup are sure to enjoy the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. A beautiful mile-long trail, you will only have to pay $3 to enjoy the whole day trekking along the river and grassy slopes. There are plenty of shallows for your pup to pad their paws in, though you’ll have to keep them on a leash for the duration of your trip. Be sure to bring along plenty of doggy waste bags -- it’s such a beautiful area that everyone does their part to keep it pristine!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 11,000/sq mi

    #3 Midtown

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    Mosey on over to Midtown Atlanta, aptly named as it’s smack dab in the center of the hustle and bustle of the city. Here is where you’ll find Piedmont Dog Park, a large and spacious dog park with a number of good reviews. The park has two separate areas: one for dogs under thirty pounds, and one for dogs over. The two areas are separated by a fence down the middle, so your precious pup doesn’t have to worry. The park is supplied with waste bags to clean up any messes, as well as water to keep your hound hydrated, so all you’ll need to do is bring some fun toys!
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    Population Density 63/sq mi

    #4 Peachtree Park

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    If you find yourself in Peachtree Park, a beautiful neighborhood in Atlanta, you definitely have to make time for Frankie Allen Park. A wonderful park with grassy hills and beautiful scenery, your dog is welcome to come on in as long as they’re leashed. Enjoy a nice walk around the paths, or bring along a picnic to enjoy in the bright Georgia sun -- either way, you can’t really go wrong. Just be sure to bring some water for your pup and yourself, as you’ll have so many great places to explore, and you will definitely need some way to stay hydrated!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,309/sq mi

    #5 Edgewood

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    Last but not least, your pup will find themselves in dog heaven if you make the trip to Edgewood, a beautiful neighborhood where you’ll find the hip coffee shop known as ParkGrounds. Enjoy the free wi-fi and a deliciously roasted cup of coffee while your pup socializes in the attached dog park. As always, keep an eye on your pooch, but the locals here are known to be exceedingly friendly, both hound and human alike. While your dog is making some new pup pals, maybe you’ll feel inclined to make some people pals of your own. Don’t worry, though, your dog will still be the star of the show!
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