Dog walking in Albuquerque

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I am a long time pet lover and owner. I have had puppies (no matter their age they are all puppies to me) since I was little. As I grew up I had kitties, bunnies and even hamsters. There is just something special about pets and their unconditional love. They just give me the warm fuzzies. Most of my pups have come from the animal shelter or no kill animal groups. Puppies have been a huge part of my life and if I could share in your puppies life, if only to go on a walk. Then lets go for it!

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Hey there, my name is Shelby! I'm a weight lifting, fish catching, veteran dog mom of 2 rambunctious 1 year old girls! I've been a dog momma/sister/auntie my entire life (24 years)! I have experience with all ages and stages of growing puppers and am confident and comfortable in my ability to walk/run, train, adhere to specific diets, administer medications, or just spend time with as many pups as I'm lucky enough to!

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Dog Walking in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is home to many parks, trails, and beaches. The city is located in the Rio Grande Valley, most known for the Sandia Mountains to the east, featuring the Sandia Crest toppling the elevation chart at 10,678 feet and the Petroglyph National Monument to the west. The weather is normally warm and dry, making Albuquerque ideal for day trips with your furry friend.

The combination of unique geographical features here has given rise to a variety of recreational areas. One of these is the Paseo del Bosque Trail, a 16-mile path that passes through several areas of interest. Here, you and your pup might encounter runners, bicyclists, equestrians, and different species of wildlife while enjoying the fresh air.

Along this trail lies Tingley Beach, where families can fish, boat, picnic, hike, and relax. The beach is dog-friendly though pets must be leashed while here. For off-leash exercise, visit North Domingo Baca Dog Park, which offers a beautiful view of the mountains.

Plenty of restaurants and hotels throughout Albuquerque welcome dogs, so you and your pup can easily find a place to relax at the end of the day. Grab a bite to eat on a restaurant patio, and watch the moon rise over the mountains. Whether you are passing through or call the city home, you are sure to find a pet-friendly establishment here to meet you and your dog's needs.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Albuquerque

Barelas

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
693 per sq. mi.

Barelas

48

The Barelas neighborhood in Albuquerque is absolute paw-idise for any pooch. It’s just south of downtown and boosts a ton of cultural flavor. Barelas is also home of one of Albuquerque’s top places to enjoy the outdoors, Tingley Beach. Tingley Beach has it all, from fishing to boating. You and your leashed pup can even take a walk along any of the level ground trails. Your dog can even meet a puppy friend or two at the local off leash Coronado Dog Park. Whatever tail waggin’ activity you and your dog are looking for, you’ll find it in the Barelas neighborhood.

Shadow Hills

37
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,000 per sq. mi.

Shadow Hills

37

Shadow Hills is the right neighborhood for you if you’re looking for a pawsitive experience in Albuquerque. The scenery is out of this world. Especially at the Sandia Crest Trails, where leashed dogs are always welcomed. With all of the available trail options, you and your dog will enjoy a scenic hike regardless of your experience. In addition to the trails is the Canine Skyline Dog Park. This dog park is an off-leash adventure for pooches of all sizes. With its scenic views and dog friendly atmosphere, Shadow Hills offers something for everyone.

Taylor Ranch

25
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
4,500 per sq. mi.

Taylor Ranch

25

Taylor Ranch is quite a popular neighborhood for a tail waggin’ good time in Albuquerque. There are several places for your pet to stretch his or her paws, including the Santa Fe Village Park. This park has everything you and your pooch need for an outdoor adventure. You’ll find walking trails, playgrounds, a library, sports fields, and even an off-leash dog park. You will also want to check out the 17 mile long stretch of the Petroglyph National Monument. Discover history with your pooch, as all dogs that are on a leash are allowed to visit the monument.

Ventana Ranch

13
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
7,330 per sq. mi.

Ventana Ranch

13

The Ventana Ranch neighborhood in Albuquerque has something for you and your four legged friend around every corner. There are great options for off-leash fun. The Trails Dog Park offers a fenced in park with shade and benches. Your pooch can also take a sniff around the Bud Warren and Lady Dog Park. The Bud Warren and Lady Dog Park offers over 2 acres of fenced in fun. Your dog can also pawfect his skills on the agility course at the park. If your dog likes to get outdoors he or she will LOVE the Ventana Ranch neighborhood.

Plaza Vieja

1
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,570 per sq. mi.

Plaza Vieja

1

The Plaza Vieja neighborhood in Albuquerque is overall one of those pawsome dog friendly neighborhoods. It seems like dogs are welcomed almost EVERYWHERE in this neighborhood, as well as the surrounding neighborhoods. If you and your dogs are foodies you both can even enjoy a bite to eat at many popular restaurants. Popular local restaurants like Backstreet Grill, Le Crepe Michel, and Cafe Laurel are super dog-friendly. Even the trolley tours are open to your pooch. You and your leashed dog can take a tour around the area in an open-air trolley. Plaza Vieja is perfect for city slickers who like to get out and explore.

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