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Jasmine
Reviewed by Sean W. on 10/03/2017

"Jasmine is so sweet and very polite. Daisy was very much loved and cared for! We will definitely invite her back! "

2.62 mi
63m
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Jasmine
Reviewed by Holly L. on 10/03/2017

"Jasmine was awesome as usual! The dogs love her and enjoyed the long walk :)"

2.03 mi
37m
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Jasmine
Reviewed by Kendra T. on 09/29/2017

"Love the pic! Jasmine is so sweet with my girls, a big help when I was hobbled this week. Thanks so much!"

2.23 mi
61m
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Jasmine
Reviewed by Kendra T. on 09/28/2017

"Jasmine was great with Lucy today, and Lucy was really happy to see and exercise with her!"

1.17 mi
32m
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Jasmine
Reviewed by Luis C. on 09/22/2017

"She was amazing and made sure all my dogs were well taking care of. All my pups came in and laid down for their daily rest. We will definitely use her again!!! Ps she even gave the dogs a few extra min to enjoy the weather on this beautiful day!!!"

1.62 mi
45m
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Dog Areas in Grandview

14 Parks
4 Trails
1 Groomer

The charming little town of Grandview makes people with dogs feel at home with many outdoor activities and amenities. This town is a historic place -- the boyhood home of the 33rd President of the United States, Harry S Truman, can be found here. The mixture of history and parks with up-to-date facilities makes Grandview a great place to visit or live. Three veterinary clinics can be found within the city limits. Of course, the growing metropolis of Kansas City is only a stone's throw away.  Kansas City has veterinarians able to tackle just about any veterinary problem, be it routine, complex, or rare.

For a town of fewer than 25,000 inhabitants, Grandview has dedicated many resources and space to outdoor recreational opportunities perfect for a family with a furry family member. Fourteen city parks have plenty of green spaces for exercise and adventures with a leashed pup. River Oaks South Park has almost six acres of green space which includes some fitness equipment, rock climbing, and walking trails through forest and shrub. Meadowmere has over fifty acres of recreational space and is the center of many community activities.  A person with a four-legged companion will find longer walking trails in this park, picnic sites, and a large colorful playground for those two-legged kids in the family. All the parks sparkle with town pride and make for some good healthy outdoor exercise with a leashed pup. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grandview

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #1 Belvidere

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    The Belvidere neighborhood in Grandview looks small and unassuming, but boy is it a big place for dogs of all sizes! Tails & Trails Dog Park is the place to take your pup for a pawesome outdoor adventure. This dog park has over ten acres of grassy puppy playground that Fido will love sniffing and rolling around in. No leash will be needed once your pup enters this double-gated park. Three separately fenced enclosures will suit small, medium, and large dogs. Agility equipment is scattered throughout. The dog park has water fountains designed for people and their dogs.  Covered benches give the human folk a place to relax while their pups play.
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    Population Density 3,236/sq mi

    #2 Kimberly Downs

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    The Kimberly Downs neighborhood of Overland Park, KS is fifteen miles north of Grandview. The Thomas S. Stoll Dog Park has seven fully fenced acres for some off-leash freedom and fun. All pups of every size have fun in this single grassy space. Woods in and around the dog park provide beauty and shade. Trails can be found within the enclosures so the human companion can take a stroll while getting a view of the entire dog park. Drinking fountains have doggy bowls on the bottom and human faucets on top. Plenty of benches are scattered within the acreage for the pet parents.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,500/sq mi

    #3 South Shawnee

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    The South Shawnee neighborhood in Shawnee, KS is located twenty-two miles north of Grandview. The Shawnee Mission Park Dog Run has the pawfect spot for your Spot to get some exercise and make a few new furry pals. The dog run has fifty-three acres of grassland, trees, and beach. A strip of beachfront just for your four-pawed swimmer on a 120-acre lake is a pleasure not found in many parks. Your pup can paddle about and get cooled down on one of those summer days or just step out for a bit of wading. The humans have a beach, too, but it is separated for sanitary reasons. Plenty of trails can be found within the park, with benches scattered around for the human companions to rest for a spell.
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    Population Density 1,716/sq mi

    #4 Olathe

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    Olathe, Kansas is about twenty-two miles west of Grandview. Heritage Park has over 1,200 acres of recreational space set aside by Johnson County for people and their pups to get out and walk (or run!) on the wild side. This park includes a thirty-acre green space that lets dogs rid themselves of the leash and sniff out some canine companions. The fenced, flat ground includes a small pond that is especially pupular on those hot July days! Picnic sites and walking trails let canines and humans find some good times together. A leash is required, though, for your pup outside of the dog run area.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 541/sq mi

    #5 De Soto

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    De Soto, KS is located twenty-nine miles west of Grandview. Kill Creek Dog Run has sixteen acres set aside for your canine to let that fur down, throw off that leash, and get some no-fangled exercise in the great outdoors. The fancy amenities are few in this natural park. The ground is mostly a grassy prairie that beckons your dog to get out and do some running. A small pond lets dogs get their paws wet on those hot days. The main park does have a few port-a-potties for the comfort of the human companions. This dog run can be found within the main park, which has several trails of various degrees of difficulties for a person and a leashed pup to explore together.
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