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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Farrar

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    Population Density 1,675/sq mi

    #1 West Des Moines

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    West Des Moines is just 23 miles from Farrar. Although it’s one of the largest cities in the state, it is home to only one dog park: the Raccoon River Dog Park. However, don’t think the drive to Des Moines won’t be worth it. This park is a gigantic 12 acres in size! It is also completely off-leash, so your dog is free to run and play in the park until they tire themselves out. However, the park does require a permit, so be sure to check that out before you take your furry friend.

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    Population Density 3,207/sq mi

    #2 Central Ankeny

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    Located only 17 miles from the heart of Farrar is the quaint city of Ankeny. Ankeny is home to one dog park, the Ankeny Dog Park. It is nearly 8 acres in size, making it the pawfect place to take your dog when they need to run and play. This is one of the area's most popular parks because it is an off-leash park and offers a variety of amenities. Since it is visited often by locals, you and your furry four-legged friend are bound to make some new doggie and human friends! Trust us, the short drive to Ankeny is definitely worth it.

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    Population Density 2,934/sq mi

    #3 South

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    Sometimes you just need to get out of your own neighborhood for a change of scenery. If you and your pooch feel like you’re in a rut, drive 30 miles from your home in Farrar to the city of Ames. It is home to one dog park, Ames Dog Park. Like many other dog parks in the state, Ames Dog Park is quite large at 10 acres. It is split into zones: a two-acre zone for dogs under 25 pounds and a zone of the remaining 8 acres for larger dogs. Like many other dog parks, the Ames Dog Park requires a permit based on animal health records.

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    Population Density 1,537/sq mi

    #4 Central Polk City

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    Although there are no dog parks in the small city of Polk City, don’t despair. The city is only 20 miles from Farrar and home to the High Trestle Trail. This recreational trail is one of nearly 1,600 railroad trails preserved by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. It is not a dog park, but it is a great place to take your pup for a long, beautiful walk through the gorgeous scenery that Iowa has to offer. However, remember that all dogs must be leashed at all times. Furthermore, since it is not a dog park, there will be no amenities catering to dogs. Make sure you take doggie poop bags, water and water bowl for your pooch.

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    Population Density 2,220/sq mi

    #5 Madrid

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    Like Polk City, Madrid does not have any parks dedicated solely to dogs. What this city does have is Iowa Arboretum. This is a gorgeous set of trails for walking, running or biking. It is a wonderfurr place to take an active dog for a change of scenery. Just remember to keep your dog leashed at all times and take your own doggie poop bags as you will not find any on the trail. Furthermore, since this is a very active location make sure you wear your running shoes and stay hydrated! Trust us, you and your pooch will have a pawtastic day at Iowa Arboretum.

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