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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Comstock

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    Population Density 2,689/sq mi

    #1 Central Cottage Grove


    Located on Main Street, Axe and Fiddle is one of two dog-friendly restaurants in Cottage Grove, 12 miles north of Comstock. Your pup is welcome at one of the few tables they have outside while you sip a signature beer and a burger. There’s a full bar, and it’s likely there will be live music playing, too. Axe and Fiddle is open Sunday and Monday from 4 PM to 10 PM, Tuesday through Thursday 4 PM to midnight and Friday and Saturday from 4 PM to 1 AM The pub also serves a tasty Sunday brunch from 10 AM to 2 PM.

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    Population Density 2,689/sq mi

    #2 Adams Ave


    Brew Station and Coast Fork Feed is a unique place where you can get both a craft brew for yourself and a treat for your pup. The fun family-owned business offers quality, affordable pet feed and supplies, along with a tap room, which features 12 taps and several bottles -- all from the heart of downtown Cotton Grove, just about 12 miles North of Comstock. Be sure to check out the local musical talent on Fridays and Saturdays. It’s open Monday through Thursday 11 AM to 9 PM, Friday and Saturday from 11 AM to 11 AM and Sunday from noon to 4 PM.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 150/sq mi

    #3 West Sutherlin


    The closest off-leash dog park to Cottage Grove is about 37 miles south in Sutherlin, but it’s worth the drive. The Sutherlin Dog Park has everything you and your pup need to have a good time. There are separate areas for smaller dogs and bigger dogs. Water is available for your pooch. Garbage bags also are provided. If you want to relax, you can take a seat at one of the many picnic benches scattered throughout the park. The small town is a great place to meet other dog-loves, and it’s a terrific way for your four-legged friend to socialize too!

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    Population Density 2,689/sq mi

    #4 Pass Creek


    Along with the beautiful wildlife, ponds and river, Pass Creek Park features a fun, on-leash area designated for pups to socialize. The 2.2 mile walking trail will keep you and you pooch walking for a while; the trail is paved and is perfect if you and your pup like to roller skate. Don’t worry; there are several large shade trees to rest under when you need a break along the way. And the park is equipped with bathrooms, benches and water fountains. Before you leave, take a few moments to take in the beauty of the ponds and river at the park. It is open daily from 6 AM to 11 PM.

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    Population Density 13,000/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Eugene

    Want to take your furry companion on a hike? You both will love Mount Pisgah Trail. It’s 30 miles north of Comstock, but well worth the drive. Rated at moderate, the trail stretches four miles. You and your pup will witness beautiful wildlife and the breathtaking panoramic view of the Willamette Valley. You’ll see the grand oak savannah and huge incense cedars, along with the brilliant wildflowers that grow there. From March until October, there are additional activities that trail-goers may participate in, such as guided tours. Dogs must always be on a leash, and you need to clean up after them.
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