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Labadie is a mostly residential community in Franklin County.  It is a location that has existed since the early 1800s.  The historic site is now the destination for some upscale homebuilding. The community relies on its closeby larger neighbors for the majority of its needs.  No veterinary clinic operates in Labadie.  People with pups with routine or emergency care needs only have to drive a distance of around ten miles to find veterinary services. Specialists of every kind are just a half-hour drive away in Saint Louis County. 

Unfurtunately, Labadie does not have any parks. Klondike Park in Augusta is less than twenty miles away.  This 250-acre St. Charles County Park encompasses a former quarry.  It now serves as a place where people can camp, fish, and hike.  The campground includes eight rental cabins and forty-three campsites. Your furry companion may enjoy the experience with you but must stay on-leash.  Trails extend some four miles in Klondike.  The trails have a mixture of paved and natural terrain. The highlight of the hiking experience is the breathtaking views from the bluffs of the Missouri River.  Also,  Klondike provides an access point for hikers wishing to explore a portion of the 240-mile Katy Trail. The trailhead, complete with parking and restrooms, can be found in the southern area of Klondike in Augusta.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Labadie

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    Population Density 1,326/sq mi

    #1 South Point

    Washington is twelve miles west of Labadie.  South Point Bark Park has what dogs need -- a place to rid that leash and run!  This completely fenced dog play area includes a separately fenced section for safer small dog fun.  The site continues to be improved by the work of dedicated community volunteers. A water source is on the list of improvements for the future. The location has a generous amount of shade.  The trees were retained in the dog park's construction.  The surface is a mixture of grass and dirt.  Things can get muddy at times.  The city of Washington supplies waste stations with dog waste bags.  The Bark Park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 1,326/sq mi

    #2 Washington City Center

    Washington is thirteen miles west of Labadie. The Blue Duck is serving some of its special "Duck Fried Rice" just for you and your four-legged dining companion! This restaurant makes you two feel at home at one of its outdoor tables.  The restaurant is closed on Sunday and Monday and serves only lunch on Tuesdays.  Burger Park at 900 International Avenue will be on the itinerary too from November through August.  This dog park is completely fenced for some off-leash excitement.  The amenities are few since this is not a permanent park. Remember to bring a chair and some water for your visit.
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    Population Density 498/sq mi

    #3 Grover

    Wildwood is located thirteen miles east of Labadie.  Happy Hounds Playground is a veritable pooch paradise! It does require a membership and has a coded entrance.  The beautifully landscaped ten acres are wholly enclosed for off-leash exercise and socialization. One area is restricted to smaller pups. The playground equipment tantalizes curious pups into climbing and crawling. During the hot months, the splash pads are a pupular feature of the dog park.  A swimming pond complete with a diving dock of competition-approved measurements makes for a fun and useful addition.  A nature trail lets the people enjoy the park too. A paw-washing station gives pups a quick clean-up before the ride home.
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    Population Density 535/sq mi

    #4 Glencoe

    Wildwood is fourteen miles east of Labadie.  Wildwood Dog Park is an amenity of the city's Community Park.  The dog park is a fully fenced enclosure for a leash-free experience for your homebound hound.  The space has a separately fenced section which is dedicated to smaller dog play.  Numerous pieces of agility equipment, such as ramps and beams, dot the interior of the enclosure.  This playground for your pup has plenty of shade for the human companions.  A large pavilion and restrooms are not far away. Community Park also features a relaxing nature trail near a small creek. Use of the dog park requires prior registration and approval by the city of Wildwood.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #5 Ballwin

    Ballwin is twenty miles east of Labadie. Tails & Trails is a dog park your little tails will want to try out!  This dog park will be found in St. Louis County's Queeny Park. It features five acres dedicated to dog play.  All of the property is natural terrain, with a lake and a creek a welcome bonus in the summer months. The property has a small dog area, too.  Pieces of agility equipment are always there for your dog's training or exercise.  The human folk will welcome the many benches and shade trees throughout the dog park.  Drinking fountains are found within its confines. Registration is required before visiting the dog park.
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