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Dog Areas in Corrales

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4 Eateries

Corrales is a village in Sandoval County in New Mexico. The town was originally founded as an agricultural town, due to its location near the Rio Grande. You will see folks from every walk of life living in Corrales with their dogs, from large to tiny breeds. In terms of traffic, you will see people walking, riding horses, and even pulling carriages in addition to driving throughout the town. For this reason, a leash is your best friend’s best friend here! There are three animal hospitals in town, with several more throughout the area in nearby Rio Rancho and other neighboring villages.

There are four dog-friendly restaurants in Corrales for those moments when hunger strikes and you can’t bear the thought of leaving your pup at home while you chow down! Indigo Crow Café is a local favorite. The food is California style and dogs are welcome in the outdoor seating area. The weather is warm and dry most of the year, so your pup will appreciate the shade and snacks that await at this culinary gem. With the puptacular Rio Grande just to the east, you can enjoy plenty of outdoor beauty while you are in town with your dog. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corrales

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    Population Density 740/sq mi

    #1 North Corrales

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    North Corrales is afforded a stunning view of the Sandia Mountains that gracefully divide the area. In addition to the mountain view, the northern part of the city runs right on top of the Rio Grande, which has its own furrific trails and lookout points built out over the ground to protect as much of this beautiful resource as possible. Dogs are welcome on these lookout points and on the trails if they are on leash and owners clean up after them. Be sure to bring your waste bags if you will be visiting the Rio Grande while in North Corrales. 

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    #2 Central Corrales

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    Central Corrales is a residential neighborhood with lots of adobe-style, single-family homes. Many of these homes have fenced-in yards for dogs to enjoy freedom outside in. More still have open courtyards which make for beautiful views when you are taking Fido for an afternoon stroll. Just make sure you keep waste bags handy on your walks through Central Corrales. You'll need to comply with local ordinances and keep your leash handy at all times. Your dog will love the small creatures that live and scamper through the neighborhood yards and green spaces. There are plenty of open green areas that are frequented by families with children and their dogs in between homes here, so don’t forget a picnic blanket. 

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    #3 West Corrales

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    West Corrales is a puptastic spot for lovers of nature and fine real estate. If you are looking for a home in Corrales, West Corrales has options to suit everything from southwestern to modern tastes. The walking views through this neighborhood are simply pawesome, with an elevated view of the Sandia Mountains from almost anywhere. The Flying Star Café is just a few minutes from West Corrales and has a charming outdoor seating area just for owners and their dogs, with special leash tie-ups to free up your hands and legs while you eat your amazing meal. Just don’t forget the waste bags in case your pup gets impatient. 

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    #4 East Corrales

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    East Corrales is a great spot for dog owners who love to eat their way through a new town. The Corrales Bistro Brewery is a pupperific place to grab a bite to eat while sampling some local brews. Dogs are welcome to accompany their owners here without question in the outdoor patio area. You can also check out Las Ristras with your pup if you are looking for a pawesome, dog-friendly eatery with classy Mexican dishes served in a scenic outdoor dining area. You will need a short leash and some waste bags for your trip through the neighborhood, as you are sure to find the pawfect place to stop for a meal along the way. 

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    #5 South Corrales

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    South Corrales is home to Village Pizza, a popular local pizzeria where you can enjoy your cheesy pie with your dog with no fuss or drama in their outdoor seating area. The staff are friendly and helpful, especially if you are a traveler just visiting the area and need some tips on what to see and where to go while in town. Your dog will love the Sandia Recreation Area, with plenty of grass that is simply pawfect for a game of catch or just rolling around for a while. The view of the river from this neighborhood is simply stunning, and you can see the mountains from almost anywhere while you are on your walks with Sparky. 

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