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Dog Areas in Arabi

1 Park
20 Shops
25 Eateries
5 Groomers

Arabi, Louisiana is a resilient community. It is self-reliant. It is productive. Originally, it was created because the slaughterhouses were not allowed inside New Orleans city limits. It was considered a health hazard. However, it then became a gambling community that was thought to be dangerous. In 1952, armed soldiers went in and closed down all the gambling establishments. It was a fight, but the community banded together to clean up its home. Then when Katrina hit, Arabi was twenty feet underwater. Nothing was thought to survive. Yet, when the water receded, there were some historic buildings left standing. 

The River House is one such building. It is a three-bedroom home that has been declared a historic site. You can often find live venues that will allow you and your pup to enjoy some authentic jazz music and classic Cajun fare. The food is always spicy and the music is always jumping. You can rent the rooms, but they are often booked a year in advance!

Patricia Park is a more modern addition. It is a great place to walk your dog while the kids play. The locals often throw together impromptu baseball games. Please keep your dog on the leash and make sure you visit the historic, unnamed building on-site.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Arabi

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,511/sq mi

    #1 Algiers Point

    A ride on the Algiers Ferry is a great start for any adventure. You and your dog can catch a ride on the lower deck and head on over to Algiers Point. Your dog will probably be caught off guard by the ground moving under them, but once they get the hang of it, they will love the new smells! Once you get to Algiers Point, there is a small pub that is dog-friendly if you want to get a drink while you wait for the ferry to depart again. You will need a leash. Dogs travel for free but people pay a dollar.
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 5,514/sq mi

    #2 Historic District

    Ghost City Tours has many options for you and your pup to enjoy. You can do a family-friendly tour or take a late night, adults only terrifying tour. There are tours through the city and through the cemeteries. You get to choose your own adventure with your dog! You are required to keep your dog on a leash while you go, but that is so you don't get scared while watching for ghosts. Just train him beforehand to stare off into space and growl to freak out the others on the tour. This is a great alternative to exercising at the dog park!
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,582/sq mi

    #3 Claude Ave

    You think you love bacon, but you don't know how much until you try the Baconzilla Burger at Rally's Hamburgers. You will get your fill of bacon here -- maybe. You could also get a classic burger, hot dogs, or even a chicken sandwich if you prefer. You can bring your dog with you if you want to share a burger with him. They also have shakes, slushies, or ice cream for desert. While you are here, plase keep your pup on a leash and don't forget to bring his water dish with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,542/sq mi

    #4 Metairie

    Metairie Cemetery is miles and miles of trails, walkways, and roads that you and your dog can walk. Some locals say that this is the cemetery that inspired the local vampire lore. Some graves are as old as the early 1900s. The cemetery is open during the day all year long, but you can get seasonal night tours if you are up for a little bit of a scare. Please remember to clean up after your dog while you are here. This cemetery is about ten miles from Arabi.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,618/sq mi

    #5 mazant st

    You can't visit the south and skip the BBQ. If you are in the area, then you simply must check out The Joint. You and your dog will be greeted with water at an outdoor table. You can get pulled pork, ribs, or even some chicken. This is where you'll find slow cooked, fall off the bone, melt in your mouth BBQ that just isn't the same anywhere else. All of the sides are made fresh on site every day, so grab you a full plate and don't forget to share with your dog!
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