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Dog Areas in Livonia

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The city of Livonia does not have any parks set aside just for dogs, but five of the city’s  parks have walking paths where you can take you dog for a stroll. They are Bicentennial Park, Clements circle, Mies Park, Rotary Park and Bien Park. A trail is also available at the Recreation Center. All of the city’s parks allow dogs, but they must be kept on leashes at all times, and owners must clean up after their pets.

Close to a dozen motels in Livonia allows pets in their rooms. Some notable ones are America’s Best Value Inn, Days Inn, and Comfort Inn. Comfort Inn especially welcomes pets as you may have two pets in your room, each under 35 pounds, with no extra fee charged for either one.

When you visit Livonia, MI, be sure to make use of the city’s parks and trails with your four-legged friend and take spend the night in one of the pet-friendly motels there.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Livonia

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    Population Density 1,884/sq mi

    #1 Merriman Road/ 7 Mile Road


    Nestled in the Merriman Road and 7 Mile Road neighborhood is the Rotary Park Nature Preserve. This park has a beautiful wooded path just perfect for walking your four legged friend.  The two mile trail meanders through the forest and is easy to follow. Your pup can dip her paws or get a refreshing drink from the river that is nearby. Since this is a popular spot for trail running and bird viewing, your furry companion will have plenty of opportunities to meet new friends. Since dogs must be tethered, don’t forget the leash!  Just remember, a tired dog is a good dog, so head over for a walk today!

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    Population Density 4,342/sq mi

    #2 8 Mile Road/ Farmington Road


    The Bicentennial Park in the 8 Mile Road and Farmington Road neighborhood is a puptastic place to let your dog stretch his legs.  Put a leash on your pooch and stroll down the half mile walking path or through the expansive green space. He’ll thank you for the chance to get outside and enjoy some fresh air. This lovely park is surrounded by woods, so there are plenty of shaded places to stop and enjoy the afternoon. Since this park has tennis courts, soccer fields and baseball diamonds, chances are you’ll catch some friendly competition taking place. Be sure to bring some water for your furry friend, no pup likes to be thirsty.

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    Population Density 2,156/sq mi

    #3 Fox Drive/ 6 Mile Road


    If you and your furry companion are looking for a place to stay in Livonia, the Fox Drive and 6 Mile Road neighborhood has you covered. Located near a bustling retail area, this hotel hot spot has plenty of pet friendly options.  The Hyatt Place welcomes up to two dogs weighing 50 pounds or less for a small fee. Embassy Suites by Hilton also allows small dogs.  Detroit Marriott Livonia, Residence Inn and Townplace Suites are also in the vicinity. All three of these hotels allow four legged guests to come crash for the night. With so many choices, you’ll be sure to find a place for your dog to catch some shut eye.

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    Population Density 2,491/sq mi

    #4 Farmington Road/ 7 Mile Road


    If your dog is looking a little shaggy or smelling a little ripe, book an appointment at The Dog’s Bow Wow. This local grooming salon is in the Farmington Road and 7 Mile Road neighborhood.  These professional groomers are ready to wash, brush and clip any pup that walks through their door. Your furry friend will wag her tail a little faster knowing she looks her best. After an appointment, take her for a walk around residential streets in the area.  She’ll have the opportunity to practice leash manners and socialize with the neighbors.  Plus, a dog can never get too many walks!

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    Population Density 4,194/sq mi

    #5 Newburgh Road/ Ann Arbor Trail


    Newburgh Lake in the Newburgh Road and Ann Arbor Trail area is a pawsome place to take your pup.  This local reservoir is a popular place for all sorts of recreation. With boat rentals and a boat launch available you can strap a life jacket on your canine companion and go explore the lake. Or bring your bait and tackle and try your luck at catching some fish. There are also plenty of walking trails that leashed dogs can enjoy. Make your way over to Sumac Pointe Recreation Area and take advantage of the picnic area and shade trees. You’re sure to have a doggone great time!

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