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Dog Areas in Woodleaf

Woodleaf is a small community in Rowan County, North Carolina. Because it’s small and unincorporated, this community doesn’t have much to offer dog owners other than about fifteen vet clinics within twenty minutes of town.

If you head just twenty minutes southeast of Woodleaf, you’ll reach Salisbury, NC. This town has several great restaurants for you and Fido to enjoy -- one of which is Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina. This casual Mexican restaurant offers traditional favorites like burritos and tacos, but their “quesoritos” and nachos are most popular. 

If you’re in the mood for something different, try Massimo’s Artisan Sandwich Shoppe. This cafe offers everything from smoothies to paninis to croissants as well as several vegetarian options. Both restaurants welcome pups at their dog-friendly outdoor tables.

If you want some exercise, drive twenty-five miles west and you’ll hit the Troutman Rail-Trail. This trail is a former rail line that was transformed by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. This short one-mile trail has a concrete surface, so Fido’s paws will be kept clean and dry. While still in Troutman, check out Kat’s Patch Restaurant after your walk. They offer American fare, ice cream, and -- of course -- pup-friendly tables!

Woodleaf may be small, but it’s certainly not isolated from the many quirky restaurants and dog-friendly trails that western North Carolina has to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodleaf

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    Population Density 838/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Salisbury

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    In the mood for a light lunch with your furry loved one? Mean Mug has got just what you need, along with three outdoor pup-friendly tables to sit at outside on their patio. While your pooch rests at your feet, enjoy one of the eatery’s delectable sandwiches, soups or salads. They also offer coffee and an assortment of breakfast foods for when you and your canine are up early. Do not leave without trying one of their desserts! Their special, an espresso and ice cream treat called the Mean Mug Delight, is just the kind of treat you need after an afternoon in the park with your pup. Mean Mug is open from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. everyday.
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    Population Density 838/sq mi

    #2 North Salisbury

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    Romano's Italian Restaurant serves nearly every Italian dish imaginable. Your beloved pup is welcome to accompany you at one of the outdoor tables while you enjoy a dish from the menu of authentic Italian options. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of salads, pizza, calzones, strombolis, to pasta, subs, soups, seafood and more. Just be sure to start off with an order of mozzarella sticks and freshly made marinara sauce. Romano’s is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. And the eatery is only a couple miles from Salisbury City Park. Take an easy walk after your meal.
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    Population Density 1,238/sq mi

    #3 Spencer

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    Pinocchio's Restaurant epitomizes authentic Italian cuisine and is a local favorite. Lucky for you, they allow pups! You and your pooch can take a seat at one of the outdoor tables while you chow down on an item from their vibrant menu. Try the classic fettuccini alfredo with chicken or one of their specialties, Pasta Dello Chef, which is pasta with sun-dried tomatoes, artichokes, and mushrooms, in a pink sauce. But don’t forget their weekly specials. They also offer gluten-free options. Pinocchio's Restaurant is open Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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    Population Density 135/sq mi

    #4 Valley Road

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    Let’s face it: Sometimes our furry friends just don’t want to be social. Skip the fancy restaurant and have a sweet treat, just the two of you! Sonic Drive-In lets you spend some relaxed quality time with your furry loved one without getting out of your car. Listen to your favorite tunes while you eat your ice cream cone. Don’t forget that Sonic Drive-Ins across the nation celebrate holidays, such as National Hot Dog Day, where you can snag your favorite hotdog for a buck! Another thing to keep on your radar: Happy Hour. Times vary depending on the region, but most stores offer a part of the day when drinks are half-off. Just don’t let your pooch sneak too much of your treats.
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    Population Density 135/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Mocksville

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    Miller's Restaurant dishes out a classic American breakfast, lunch and dinner. You pup can make itself comfy at your feet at one of the dog-friendly patio tables. Their expansive, mouth-watering menu ranges from burgers, to mesquite chicken, to salads, to oyster soup. And you’ll go ham over their all day breakfast menu. No matter if you’re in the mood for seafood, sandwiches or salad, they’ve got something to satisfy your taste buds. They’re the go-to option for anyone. Whether you’re up early or out late, you’ll probably catch this loved restaurant open. Their hours are Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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