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Why book a dog walker in Capitan?

Busy pet parents sometimes need a hand when it comes to ensuring their pup is getting the potty breaks and exercise they need. That's where Wag! comes in! Local Capitan, NM dog walkers are background checked and registered on the Wag! platform, ready to take your dog on an adventure when you need them. Your dog can make a friend in the neighborhood, and you can re-book with the same dog walker easily in the app. Capitan, NM has "pawlenty" of parks and neighborhoods that your dog is itching to explore!

The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Capitan



Elephant Butte State Park

Elephant Butte State Park is the state’s largest park located near Elephant Butte, a city in Sierra County, New Mexico. Centered on Rio Grande Lake, the park has the best facilities for hiking, picnicking, and fishing. You're welcome to explore the park with your leashed buddy, hitting walking trails and checking out Elephant Butte Dam. This place nurtures the agricultural community in the area, protecting the citizens from floods and offering picturesque views for travelers. Make your adventure even better at Turtle Back Mountain Resort Café, which has pet-friendly outdoor tables that offer a scenic view of the park. Don't forget to bring waste bags and a water bowl!



Downtown Las Cruces

Located on the edge of the Chihuahuan Desert, Las Cruces is one of the major cities in the state with a colorful downtown area featuring plenty of recreation areas, shopping venues, historic and cultural places, as well as a dog park and several pet-friendly cafes! Las Cruces Dog Park is located in the very heart of the city, next to Car Racing Track and Las Cruces State Park. This is an extremely pawpular spot for dog owners, so you'd be barking mad not to visit with Fido! This fenced park has plenty of space to run, and offers shaded areas and drinking water. You'll need to bring your own waste baggies, though.



Downtown Roswell

Roswell is a bustling city in southeastern New Mexico, luring thousands of tourists year-round to the renowned site of an alleged UFO crash in 1947. Not surprisingly, Roswell’s downtown features a UFO Museum, which is open to visitors from all over the world, including those who have four legs and fur! International UFO Museum and Research Center is pet-friendly and allows dogs inside the building, on the grounds, and inside the gift shop. Apart from cultural entertainment, downtown Roswell is also home to Tinnie Mercantile Store & Deli, a gourmet food store with outdoor tables for pooches. Dine in, or grab some delicious delicacies to enjoy at home!



North Grand Avenue

Leaving behind Rowsell’s Downtown, enjoy a short ride north, to the outskirts of the city. This part of town features extensive recreation areas and public parks with several cafes and even a museum of contemporary art. Turn onto North Grand Avenue, which will lead you to a hidden gem – Woof Bowl Dog Park. This is a fully-fenced, pet-friendly facility where your buddy can go wild off-leash. Comfortably shaded, the park is split into two areas for small and large pooches, and has drinking water facilities in each as well as seating. All you need to bring are some waste bags. The park is located next to Woof Bowl Football Stadium.



East Lea Street

East Lea Street is located in the southern part of Carlsbad and adjourned to Carlsbad Dog Park resting on the banks of Lower Transill Reservoir. This cool, pet-friendly facility features two separate areas for small and large breeds, lots of shades to relax and plenty of space to run with peers. Conveniently set between two major arterial streets, the park is surrounded by many dining places and shopping venues, including simple drive-ins for tired travelers who prefer the comfort of their cars more than outdoor tables. Your buddy will be happy to make new friends around, so come by during the busy hours – late afternoon or in the evening.

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