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Dog Areas in Madrid

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Madrid

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 48/sq mi

    #1 Madrid

    If you want to enjoy a relaxing nature walk, this dog-friendly community is the place to be! The Iowa Arboretum is a 415-acre natural paradise home to beautiful woodlands, grassy prairie trails, and gorgeous flora. The outdoor areas of the arboretum are dog-friendly, as long as your pup stays on a leash and is cleaned up after. This public garden is the pawfect place to enjoy a day out in nature with your best fur-iend. The arboretum even offers doggie waste bags; you will need to bring water for both of you, though. Non-members must pay a $5 admission fee (per car) to explore the arboretum.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 534/sq mi

    #2 Ames

    Ames, IA is located about 23 miles northeast of Madrid. Here, you’ll find the Ames Dog Park, an off-leash park wher your pooch will have a pawtastic time! This 10-acre dog park is split into two sections. Large dogs get eight acres to play, and small breeds get the remaining two. To visit this park, you must purchase a tag and show proof of current rabies vaccination. The locals love this dog park, so your pal is sure to make some new fur-iends! You will need to bring water and doggie bags for clean-up. Oh, and don’t fur-get your pup’s favorite toy!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,386/sq mi

    #3 Ankeny

    Ankeny, IA is home to one of the most beautiful hiking trails in the state. High Trestle Trail was once a rail line that’s since been converted into a pawesome walking trail by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. This 25-mile trail is the pawfect place to bring Fido for a scenic, on-leash stroll. A section of the former train trestle, which was originally built in 1913, is outfitted with LED lights that make for a cool place to walk with Fido at night. The trail starts in Ankeny and ends in Woodward. When exploring this trail, be sure to bring your own waste bags and water, and keep your pal on-leash at all times.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,386/sq mi

    #4 South Ankeny

    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located very close to Madrid, and is home to the Ankeny Dog Park. This large off-leash park is fenced in and offers a lot of fun activities for your pooch. There are separate areas for small and large dogs to play on a grassy area. Water fountains and doggie waste stations are also available for pet parent convenience. If your pup is a swimmer, he’ll love taking a dip into the pond here! Just don’t forget to pack a couple of towels. The paved walking trails here are the pawfect place for a relaxing on-leash stroll.
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    Population Density 3,865/sq mi

    #5 Waveland Park

    Des Moines is a bit of a drive at 33 miles away, but this muttropolis offers so many activities for you and your best fur-iend! The puntastic Bone-A-Patreat is a dog’s dream! This pet boutique sells collars, pet supplies, toys, and all kinds of accessories to keep your pup happy. Bone-A-Patreat also offers specialty baked treats! The best part is your leashed, well-behaved dog is more than welcome to shop alongside you and pick out a toy or treat for himself. Since this store is pawpular with local pet owners, you’ll surely run into other canine companions here.
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