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Dog Areas in Hollis, NY

Hollis is a small neighborhood in the borough of Queens. Like many other similar neighborhoods in Queens, the small area is mostly residential communities and doesn’t offer much in the way of dog-friendly ventures. In fact, there are no vet clinics in the neighborhood, but several larger surrounding neighborhoods do have some vet clinics and places that welcome pups and their owners within just a few miles from Hollis.

Queens itself is ripe with dog-friendly hotels, restaurants, and parks. Forest Park Dog Run in Woodhaven is one of the best around, featuring lots of space for your dog to play and a separate area to keep your smaller dog safe. Near Woodside, you’ll find two more dog runs – Sherry Park Dog Run and Doughboy Plaza and Dog Run – so your pup won’t run out of options nearby!

Brooklyn is also a furtastic place for dog-friendly fun, and most areas are under 20 miles from Hollis. Make a trip to the Brooklyn Bridge Dog Park to let your dog romp around while you take in the incredible sights of one of the most famous bridges in the world. With plenty of pawportunities for pups and their owners nearby, Hollis is a great place to visit or relocate with your favorite dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hollis, NY

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    Population Density 10,109/sq mi

    #1 Oakland Gardens

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    Oakland Gardens is another neighborhood in Queens that’s a little over three miles from Hollis. Oakland Gardens is where you can find Alley Pond Park, a puptacular place for outdoor-loving, adventurous dogs and owners to get outside and explore away from the city. This place is truly a gem if you want a tranquil place to relax with your pup. You can check out one of several nature trails that allow leashed pups, treat your dog to a picnic at one of the barbecue areas, watch the kids play ball at the sporting fields, or even fish your cares away after a long week.

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    Population Density 12,306/sq mi

    #2 Bay Terrace

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    Bay Terrace is a neighborhood in good old Queens that’s only a little over seven miles from Hollis. This pupular spot is great for you and your water-loving dog, since it sits right along the shore of Little Bay. You and your pup can head to Little Bay Dog Run, a fenced-in dog park in Fort Totten Park, for some doggie exercise, playtime, and friend time! The park has water fountains for your dogs and keeps large and small pups separated for safety. Fort Totten Park is also open to leashed pooches who want to enjoy some fresh air and nature trails with their owners.

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    Population Density 60,570/sq mi

    If you don’t mind heading a little outside of Queens, you should check out Crown Heights in Brooklyn, which is about 12 miles from Hollis. First, get a hand-drawn sketch of your favorite furry friend at Pup Doodles, a local business that focuses on putting your beloved dog’s face on paper to cherish for years to come. Then, take your pup to Brower Park, a public spot that allows leashed dogs to meet some new people and enjoy the great outdoors. After the park closes for the evening, your dog is even welcome to run through the park unleashed (provided that you clean up, of course)!

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    Population Density 63,161/sq mi

    #4 Park Slope

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    Park Slope is another puptastic place in Brooklyn that’s about 14.4 miles from Hollis. This neighborhood is one of the area’s most popular for humans and dogs, with its many paw-friendly hotels, restaurants, doggie spas, and more. Prospect Park Dog Field is the pawfect place to bring your dog for some exercise, with its open space to run and water to splash around in! Prospect Park itself also allows your leashed dog to go wherever you do. Hungry? Grab a seat at an outdoor table at restaurants like Burger Village and Sotto Voce and get those growling bellies under control!

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    Population Density 33,707/sq mi

    #5 Gowanus

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    Gowanus in Brooklyn will take you further away from Hollis than the other neighborhoods – about 19.3 miles – but this neighborhood that borders the Gowanus Canal is one you won’t want your pup to miss. J Byrne Memorial Park is a favorite for dog owners and their pups, offering sporting courts, playgrounds, eating areas, and even a cozy dog park for your dog to run off his leash. There are also several dog-friendly restaurants nearby where you can go mutts for your favorite dishes at one of the outdoor tables, like High Dive, a 60s-inspired diner. You can even bring Spike inside with you at Mission Dolores!

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