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Dog Areas in Hyattsville

11 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
5 Eateries
3 Groomers

Beautiful and peaceful, Hyattsville is a great place to raise your pup in a friendly community. Strolling through one of the many city parks is the perfect exercise for both you and your pooch. Centennial Park is a wonderful grassy area where you will find beautiful sculptures to admire during your stroll. Fido will enjoy frolicking in the plants and socializing with his friends.

In addition to exercise, Fido needs to go for his well puppy checks on a regular basis. Hyattsville offers 3 veterinarian clinics that provide quality routine care and emergency services. After a visit to the vet, treat your pup to some treats or a new collar at Unleashed, a family owned pet store.

Heading out for a hike along Sligo Trail. You can access the trail on Sligo Parkway and enjoy walking through the natural areas along Sligo creek with your canine companion. The trail goes through several parks where you can rest on a bench or refill your water bottles while enjoying a warm summer day. 

Stop off at Vigilante Coffee before or after your adventure to enjoy a hot drink and some conversation. Pups are allowed inside, and the staff will offer your pooch a water bowl and treat while you enjoy your breakfast. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hyattsville

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,062/sq mi

    #1 Agar Road


    Your pup will love a visit to the Heurich Dog Park. There are separate areas for little and big dogs, and both areas feature doggie water fountains, agility equipment, and toys. Dog parents will love sitting on the benchesand  bragging about their super intelligent pup while Fido chases his tail and barks at his shadow. Doggie waste bags are available here, and there are trashcans near the dog park.  Access to the Sligo Creek Trail is also located nearby when you want the peace and quiet of a hike through nature. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 898/sq mi

    #2 New Carrollton


    Strolling through the New Carrollton neighborhood offers an opportunity to visit West Lanham Hills Neighborhood Park. The area features grassy areas with picnic tables and a playground. You and your pooch will enjoy the walking loop trails and nature trails throughout the park. Planning a play date with Fido’s friends is a great way to spend an afternoon. Meet up at the picnic pavilion and let the pups run, romp, and sniff butts to get to know each other. While you do need to bring your own doggie waste bags, there is water available here to fill water bottles. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 924/sq mi

    #3 Cooper Lane


    Small yards in the Cooper Lane neighborhood make exercising with Fido a little more difficult. This pup and family friendly neighborhood features a great area to walk with your pooch at Landover Hills Neighborhood Park. Many residents and visitors enjoy the public tennis courts, but the park also features a walking loop trail that is perfect for Fido’s daily exercise. Families will also enjoy the football and soccer fields, and planning a picnic at the shelter with friends. When your pooch needs to work off some excess energy, take her over to the park to run and romp, but remember to bring your own doggie waste bags. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,530/sq mi

    #4 Mt. Rainier


    The Mt. Rainier Neighborhood features walking trails where you can exercise with your pup in the great outdoors. The Northwest Branch Trail can be accessed on West Park Drive, and meanders along the Anacostia River. You and your pup will also want to check out the Mount Rainier Nature and Recreation Center, where visitors can enjoy an outdoor amphitheater, campfire pit, and a playground. Puppy parents can stroll around the park while Fido sniffs the plants and has a furtastic time with his family. After spending the day at the park, head over to Sweet and Natural, where you and your pup can indulge in a nutritious meal together.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,209/sq mi

    #5 West Riverdale


    The West Riverdale neighborhood is pooch friendly and features a quaint park. Deitz Park is a wooded area where kids can have fun on the playground, while Fido walks among the big, shady oak trees and chases squirrels. If there aren’t many people around, you can let Fido off his leash to catch a frisbee or chase his favorite toy. Bring your own doggie waste bags and water bottles so you and your pooch can rest and relax. Later, you can head over to Dumm’s Pizza and Subs where you and Fido can enjoy burgers, subs, or pizza the outdoor tables. 

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