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Lauren
Lauren
Reviewed by Eric S. on 10/02/2017

"Lauren always does great I always like knowing she is the one taking care of Thor on the walks."

2.35 mi
61m
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Lauren
Lauren
Reviewed by Ronald A. on 08/18/2017

"I know he is! I was headed home when you started your walk, I deliberately avoided you because I didn't want to distract him with Moms car driving by. I did see his face and gait and he was having a grand time! Thank you!! "

1.29 mi
31m
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Lauren
Lauren
Reviewed by Ronald A. on 08/16/2017

"Thanks Lauren! No worries. He's a husky. They're prone to wander. Luna is just a nut ball. Maybe you can take her too next time but like I said she's weird on a leash. "

1.21 mi
31m
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Dog Areas in Jenks

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Jenks is a quickly-growing suburb of Tulsa, in the northeastern portion of Oklahoma. The population of Jenks has more than doubled since 2010, and the town also draws many visitors each year who come to see the Oklahoma Aquarium or the popular Antiques and Arts Districts in downtown Jenks. There are plenty of community events in Jenks, and the town doesn't go long without holding a festival or event of some kind. Jenks has a great year-round climate, with temperatures averaging slightly higher than most other American cities, and Jenks usually only gets about five inches of snow each year. Tulsa has several veterinary offices, and a few of them are located in Jenks, so great healthcare for your pet is never hard to find here!

Even though there is lots going on outside in Jenks, when it comes time to head somewhere for a delicious meal, there are pet-friendly options for that as well. One such pet-friendly restaurant is Louie's Grill and Bar. This casual American eatery has six outdoor, pet-friendly tables. Louie's is located in central Jenks, not far from the Oklahoma Aquarium. You can dine on dishes like pizza, wings, southwest chicken, and rice bowls, and sip on their great selection of beers. Louie's has several flat screen televisions throughout so you'll never miss a minute of regional sporting events. Now that your hunger is satisfied, it's time to get out and satisfy your appetite for adventure with your dog in Jenks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jenks

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,718/sq mi

    #1 Irving

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    Just an 18-minute drive from Jenks is the Joe Station Dog Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Joe Station is located in the historic Irving district of Tulsa, and it draws people (and dogs!) from all over Tulsa and its surrounding areas. This park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and they even rotate these areas occasionally to ensure dogs never get bored. Joe Station has a reputation for being kept very clean, and visitors love that it has picnic tables, benches, and lighting for nighttime use. This park also provides water bowls and all of the materials you need for cleaning up after your pooch!
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    Population Density 6,277/sq mi

    #2 Woodhill

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    Biscuit Acres is a dog park in the Woodhill area of Tulsa that's only an 11-minute drive from Jenks. This dog park has two separate sections for dog breeds of different sizes, and they also provide visitors with waste cleanup materials, water fountains, and a doggie rinse station for messy pups. Biscuit Acres hosts occasional fundraising events for the park, and the funds go toward making it an even more fun place for your dogs! Before you head to Biscuit Acres, please be advised that, for their own safety and that of the dogs, children under 12 are not allowed on either side of the park.
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    Population Density 5,039/sq mi

    #3 Central Park

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    Centennial Park, in central Tulsa, is less than a 19-minute drive from Jenks. While this popular city park doesn't have an actual designated off-leash area, you can walk your dog here when they are on a leash. Centennial Park offers great views of downtown Tulsa, and along the way, you'll come across many beautiful plants and fountains. It isn't uncommon to spot turtles, rabbits, or swans here, either. There is a playground, waterfalls, and picnic tables at Centennial Park as well, which makes it an ideal place for a fun outing with your whole family.
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    Population Density 485/sq mi

    #4 South Broken Arrow

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    Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is about a 17-minute drive from Jenks, and in south Broken Arrow, there's a lovely park called Ray Harral Nature Park. This dog-friendly park has 40 acres of green space and three miles of walking trails. Your dog must be on a leash at this park, but they'll still be plenty entertained. This park also has grilling stations, picnic stations, benches, fishing spots, and a nature center. The trails in the park have different levels of difficulty, so there is something for everyone to enjoy. This park opened in 2009, and it's the pawfect place to take in nature while learning about local plants and animals with your dog at the same time.
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    Population Density 2,852/sq mi

    #5 West Tulsa

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    West Tulsa is a quick 20-minute drive from Jenks, and in west Tulsa, you can access Katy Trail. Katy Trail is part of a network of 1,600 trails that span across America which were converted into walking trails from abandoned railway lines. Thanks to the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, this trail system now provides millions of people and their pets with fantastic opportunities to explore the great outdoors together. This portion of the trail stretches for just over eight miles, and during those eight miles, you'll go through different neighborhoods, parks, and some great shopping spots. Please note: dogs are to be kept on a leash on the trail at all times.
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