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Alexis DTecumseh, OK

5.0

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Hi my name is Alexis. I absolutely love animals, especially dogs. I currently have 2 Rottweilers and a Jack Russel that I trained myself. I can’t recall a time where I didn’t have a dog at my house. I would love to be able to meet your dog and do what is needed for it.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Chelsea RTecumseh, OK

4.9

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I am former Pre-Vet student. I worked at a vet clinic as a tech and groomer. I learned animal first aid, grooming and how to administer meds and vaccines. I have 3 dogs varying from tiny to large. I assist my family and friends in the health and care of their pets.

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Dog Walking in Tecumseh

Welcome to Tecumseh! This small town about 40 miles from Oklahoma City, and just five miles from Shawnee, is known for its neighborly atmosphere and unique history. Back in 1891, Tecumseh was literally born in just one day during a “land run,” where pioneers raced to stake their claims in the town site. The town was named after the famous Shawnee Indian leader, Tecumseh. If your pooch needs urgent medical care or just a yearly exam, there is a veterinary clinic in Tecumseh to ensure that your pooch stays in tail-wagging health!

You and Fido can experience some of this community’s rich history by taking a stroll on the downtown sidewalks! Check out some of the original buildings and old-time architecture on Broadway, the main drag through town.

Charles Martin Park is a puptastic Tecumseh park to visit with your leashed dog. There is a woofderful walking path that meanders through a large grassy area dotted with big shady trees. The park has tennis and volleyball courts, plus covered picnic areas where you and your furry friend can relax after a nice long walk.

Tecumseh’s friendly, small town charm and close proximity to modern conveniences makes this a woofderful community to call home, or visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tecumseh

Tecumseh

48
Population Density
4,378 per sq. mi.

Tecumseh

48

There’s a furrific park waiting to be discovered by you and Fido in Tecumseh’s namesake neighborhood! Leash your dog and head to Slick Humphrey Park, a pawsitively woofderful place for a walk with your pooch. This large community park has a pawsome paved walking path that makes a huge loop around the park. There’s a few mature trees along the way, picnic tables, and a lovely little creek with a footbridge. Also on your jaunt, you and your four-legged friend will pass two playgrounds, three tennis courts, a couple baseball diamonds and a big open grassy play area where you and your pup will have a blast romping!

North Tecumseh

36
Population Density
58 per sq. mi.

North Tecumseh

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If you’re looking for a stroll in a beautiful park, check out the North Tecumseh neighborhood! This area is home to the Tecumseh Lake Park and Pavilion, a furrific spot for a walk or some peaceful relaxation with your leashed pooch. This park has a pawsome paved walking path that wanders along the shores of Tecumseh Lake. You and your furry friend will love stretching your legs as you look out on the serene and sparkling waters. After your walk, lay out a blanket in the shade of one of the mature trees, or grab a table under the pavilion. The park has fur-iendly campsites, fishing access and a boat ramp, too.

Northwest Shawnee

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,388 per sq. mi.

Northwest Shawnee

24

You and your pup don’t have to travel far to enjoy off-leash playtime! Head to the Northwest Shawnee neighborhood, about five miles from Tecumseh, and you’ll find the Mary Maxine Williamson Dog Park! This is a pawsome fully fenced-in off-leash area where there’s tons of room for dogs to get some exercise! Your pooch’s tail will surely be wagging while exploring this huge grassy park. There are several big shady trees, fire hydrants and lots of room for a game of chase with a new furry friend. You’ll have fun too, hanging out on a bench in the shade watching pups play. This puptacular park has drinking fountains for humans and dogs, doggie waste cleanup stations and a separate area for petite pups.

East of OBU

12
Population Density
3,270 per sq. mi.

East of OBU

12

For a peaceful and quiet spot to walk your leashed dog, check out Shawnee’s East of OBU neighborhood. Just five miles from Tecumseh, this area’s Rose Garden Park is a woofderful and scenic city park with a beautiful rose garden maintained by the community’s Rose Garden Club. You and your pooch will love all the sights and smells of the park’s gardens as you meander along the stone pathway. There is a picnic table where you and your furry faithful companion can relax and watch birds splash in the bird bath. There are tons of mature trees and open grassy space, too. It’s truly a beautiful place to enjoy some quiet time with your sweet four-legged friend.

Oak Park

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Population Density
1,128 per sq. mi.

Oak Park

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There’s fun for all your two and four legged children in Shawnee’s Oak Park neighborhood, about five miles from Tecumseh! The neighborhood is home to Briscoe Boy Scout Park where you and Fido can take a walk through the park’s nine acres on the half-mile paved walking path. There are plenty of trees along the way on this woofderful trail that loops around this large grassy green space. The park also has two playgrounds, a disc golf course, basketball and tennis courts. Pack a picnic and enjoy a snack under the shady pavilion with 27 picnic tables to choose from. Briscoe Boy Scout Park has public restrooms, too.