Dog Walkers in Santa Teresa

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Certified Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Insured & Bonded
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Santa Teresa

3 Parks

Santa Teresa is a small town in Doña Ana County, New Mexico. With a population less than 5,000 people at the 2010 census, you will find plenty of room to stretch your dog’s legs in Santa Teresa. The climate is generally warm with very little precipitation. Santa Teresa rests right on the border between New Mexico and Texas in an area often lovingly referred to as “Texico.” Santa Teresa is comprised of largely undeveloped land and dairy farms. This scantily populated town is the pawfect place to give your pup plenty of room to roam (on-leash, with you right there as his trusty guide). Leashes are required when taking your dog outside of your yard in Santa Teresa.

There are no animal hospitals inside the city limits of Santa Teresa. However, there are a few in nearby towns in New Mexico and across the Texas border in El Paso, less than thirty minutes away. You will find dog lovers walking their pups of all shapes and sizes throughout the town streets, so make sure your dog is ready to be on his best behavior. You may want to keep plenty of treats in your pockets or travel bag when walking through Santa Teresa to reinforce proper pup etiquette during your many adventures.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Santa Teresa

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 424/sq mi

    #1 Santa Teresa Terrace

    48
    Santa Teresa Terrace is a relaxing and scenic neighborhood in Santa Teresa. The area has pet-friendly apartment homes to fit most budgets. You will find many homes for rent and for sale in the real estate market here, with plenty of room for a fence to keep Spot safe and healthy. This town is popular with Texas commuters who don’t want to leave the Land of Enchantment. Just make sure you have your dog on a comfortable leash if you are taking him out in public with you. If you are looking for a park to bark around in, Esmeralda Park is less than twenty minutes across the "Texico" border and is a lovely green space to visit with your dog for an afternoon.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 424/sq mi

    #2 Central Santa Teresa

    36

    Central Santa Teresa is a small neighborhood right in the middle of town with easy access to the highway.  This makes it another popular town for commuters who need to get to larger towns in New Mexico or Texas. You will find many single-family homes throughout the area for sale and for rent. There is a McDonald's where you can grab a quick meal with your dog and enjoy it in their outdoor seating area. After your meal, you can leash up and go for a long stroll while enjoying the southwestern landscape. The sunsets are exceptionally beautiful for both two- and four- legged nature lovers.

    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 424/sq mi

    #3 Valley Creek South

    24
    Valley Creek South is a tranquil neighborhood just outside of Santa Teresa in El Paso, Texas. Valley Creek South is a large farm town with most of the land used for dairy and alfalfa farming, just twenty minutes or less from Santa Teresa. You will need to keep your dog on leash while exploring Valley Creek. You will want to make sure your dog is ready to be on her best behavior when making friends in this quiet town. You can take your dog to Valley Creek Park if you need an open recreational spot to throw a tennis ball around or roll around in some fresh cut grass on a peaceful Saturday morning.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 424/sq mi

    #4 West Valley

    12
    West Valley is just north of Valley Creek South in El Paso, Texas, just thirty minutes from Santa Teresa. This quiet neighborhood is just to the west of the Rio Grande, which offers so many spectacular views that will have your dog’s tail wagging all day long. There are many access points to the Rio Grande Trail System, where you can walk, run, or bike with your dog. You will want a comfortable and reliable leash and harness for your dog if you plan on staying for a while. You will also need plenty of drinking water for the both of you and some clean-up bags to tend to your dog’s messes before you leave.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 424/sq mi

    #5 Valley Creek North

    0

    Valley Creek North is just to the north of West Valley in Texas, less than thirty minutes from Santa Teresa. You will find plenty of beautiful places to pull over and snap the pawfect selfie with your dog. Sparky will love all of the water and wildlife that is available for sniffing and chasing all afternoon long. Just don’t forget your waste bags for maximum playtime fun! If you are looking for a park to visit, Valley Creek North is just a few minutes from the Westside Open Preserve in El Paso, which has its own Westside Dog Park for off-leash exercise and shenanigans. 

    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Pweeeze!
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd