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Dog Areas in Oregon, OH

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Oregon is a suburb of Toledo in Lucas County, Ohio. More than 20,000 people call this city home, and many of these people are dog owners. Oregon is a nice place to live if you're a dog owner because there is a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities in the area, and the mild climate means you won't often be stuck inside due to weather conditions. There are a couple of veterinary clinics in Oregon, so you can rest assured your pet will always be well taken care of!

There are a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in Oregon that will come in very handy! One such restaurant is Cousino's Steakhouse in southwest Oregon. Cousino's Steakhouse serves something to delight any palette, whether it's something light like a salad or a sandwich, or a full steak dinner. They also serve seafood dishes, burgers, and a wide range of appetizers. Their patio is dog-friendly, so there's no need to leave your pet at home when you head out for a bite. Visitors love how friendly the staff is toward your pet, and you're sure to want to come back for seconds with your dog! Oregon is a very dog-friendly city that will win your heart in no time!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oregon, OH

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    Population Density 2,355/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Bowling Green

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    The Bowling Green Dog Park, also referred to as the Wood County Dog Park, in Bowling Green, Ohio is only a half-hour drive from Oregon. Located in the southeastern part of the city, Bowling Green Dog Park sits on more than one acre of land and consists of three separate areas. Two of the areas are large, grassy spaces perfect for dogs to run around and chase balls, and the third section has agility equipment where your dog can show off their special skills. The park also provides visitors with seating and waste bags. You'll need to pay a small yearly fee to get access to this park.
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    Population Density 2,836/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Toledo

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    The Toledo Pet Farm Dog Park is just 25 minutes from Oregon in Toledo, Ohio, in the southwestern quadrant of the city. This dog park includes a 10,000 square foot agility course and small pools where dogs can take a dip to cool off on hot days. This park sits on a four-acre space that is also home to a doggy daycare and boarding facility with more than 13,000 square feet of living space for dogs. This dog park is the only place in Toledo with a full agility course and doggy pools, and you and your dog will have a blast making friends here!
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    Population Density 4,466/sq mi

    #3 South Side

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    The Glass City Dog Park in south Toledo is only seven miles and a 17-minute drive from Oregon. This excellent city park requires a yearly membership fee and proof of your dog's vaccinations to make sure the park is a safe and healthy space for dogs to socialize. Glass City Dog Park has a 1.1-acre section for dogs under 25 pounds, another two-acre section for bigger dogs, and a third area for special events and K-9 training. This park also includes water and waste-bag stations, plenty of seating, and open-air shelters for extra hot or rainy days. 
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    Population Density 5,383/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Toledo

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    Downtown Toledo is home to the Middlegrounds Metropark Off-Leash Area, and it's only a 10-minute drive from Oregon! This dog park just opened in 2017, and it's the first dog park in downtown Toledo. It has separate sections for big and small dogs. It is free to use, but all dogs who visit must be licensed, vaccinated, neutered or spayed, and over four months old. This dog park sits on the 28-acre Middlegrounds Park, and outside of the off-leash area, there is more than a mile of trails you can walk with your dog when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,707/sq mi

    #5 Side Cut Metropark

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    South Maumee, Ohio is less than a half-hour drive from Oregon, and this is where you will find the beautiful Side Cut Metropark along the Maumee River. This park has many amenities, like fishing facilities, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and sledding hills. Your dog can join you at this gorgeous riverfront park, but they must be on a leash at all times. There are several different trails at Side Cut Park that range from easy to difficult and vary in length, so no matter how long of a walk you'd like to take, you've got options.
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