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Dog Areas in Brandon, MS

7 Parks
2 Trails
20 Shops
22 Eateries
7 Groomers

The city of Brandon, Mississippi boasts that it's the third safest city in the state, so you and your pooch can feel comfortable and secure while walking through Brandon's picturesque neighborhoods. Many homes in Brandon have large yards, which makes this city the pawfect place to raise your furry family! You'll find three vet clinics right in town to take care of your canine companion, with more options located just a short drive away.

Brandon has a few parks where you and your dog will love to hang out. Sunset Park is one of the most pawpular parks in town, and for good reason. There is plenty of green space for you and your dog to run and play in. The playground makes it easy to take the kids along. This is a local favorite spot for flying kites as well. Dogs can join you in this well-maintained community park, but they must remain leashed at all times.

There is nothing better than going for a sweet, cold treat after playing outside for a while. Bop's Frozen Custard is the pawfect place to stop by with your pooch! Leashed dogs are welcome at the outdoor seating area.

You and your pup will pawsitively love the quiet community of Brandon!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brandon, MS

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #1 Golden Estates

    Bring your whole family over to Bill Vance Park while you are in town. This is the pawfect place to get some exercise. Amenities offered at this park include exercise equipment, a playground, and a walking trail. Your dog can join you as long as you keep her on a leash. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags. There are water fountains at the park and at the exercise equipment, but you will want to have some with you on the walking trail. This park is open all year long from dawn to dusk. Come on over and stretch all six of your legs at this serene park!
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    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #2 Shiloh Road

    Shiloh Park is a decent-sized park with a lot to do. Here, you will find a splash pad, playground, picnic areas, and lots of open fields. There is a walking path the circles through the park. Dogs aren't allowed on the splash pad except on doggie play days. Parts of this park are closed in the winter. Your dog will need to be on a leash, and you will need to bring your own provisions for cleaning up after your pooch. Bring water for your pup as well because there are no doggie fountains. This park has the longest walking trail in the area so it does get pretty busy.
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    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #3 Kennedy Farm Parkway

    Brandon City Park is located behind Shiloh Park. The entrance can be a little hard to find. This park is a little smaller, but it does have a walking trail. It has a smaller playground as well. This park is open all year long. You can bring your leashed dog to play and walk here. There is no running water and no restrooms at this park, so you may want to bring drinking water. The best part about this park is that it doesn't get as crowded as the other park tends to, so it's pawfect if you have a shy pup.
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    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #4 Old Brandon

    If you are looking for a bite to eat while you are in Brandon, head on over to Newk's Eatery. They have ten tables where your dog is welcome. This Fido-friendly restaurant serves a variety of dishes, including pizza, soup, and sandwiches. They have daily specials and freshly prepared dishes which feature locally sourced ingredients. This spot is located on the edge of town, which adds to the quiet, relaxing atmosphere. Make sure your dog is on a leash and is friendly when you come in. Don't forget to bring a water bowl for your pup as well. Bone Appetit!
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    Population Density 773/sq mi

    #5 Cara

    The neighborhood of Cara is located in Jackson, situated about fourteen miles from Brandon. Cara has something that you won't be able to find for miles around: a bark park! Brees Bark Park is an off-leash park where you can let your dog socialize with other pups. It is located next to the Cara animal shelter. There is a fee to get in. The fee goes to the upkeep of the park as well as other fees incurred by the shelter. Since the dogs in the shelter also exercise here, no dogs are ever left unsupervised. There is a water station and a cleaning station, so all you need to do is BYOB (Bring Your Own Beast!).
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