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Dog Areas in Tigard

18 Parks
6 Shops
5 Eateries
5 Groomers

As the 12th largest community in Oregon, the city of Tigard is both family and Fido friendly. Visitors often travel to the area during the Portland Rose Festival every summer and enjoy the Tigard Festival of Balloons that’s held at Cook Park.  With a population of over 50,000 people, it’s not surprising to find three dog parks catering to canine’s and their human parents.

Four veterinary clinics located in Tigard will be there when you need them to keep your pup up to date on shots or help and heal if she gets sick or injured. Two locally owned pet stores, Mud Bay and The Filling Station, offer a variety of food and treats in addition to fun toys to spoil your precious pooch.

Don’t worry about leaving Fido at home when exploring Tigard. Three hotels in the area are pup friendly and offer spaces to walk your pooch and dog waste stations with free doggie bags. Check out the Quality Inn Tigard, Extended stay America Portland Tigard, and the Motel 6 Portland South Tigard. Dining out in the city is even more pawtastic at Max’s Fanno Creek Brew Pub. The large patio with umbrella covered tables are perfect for meeting up with friends and their pub loving pups.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tigard

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    Population Density 1,358/sq mi

    #1 Tigard Triangle


    Potso Dog Park is located in Tigard Triangle, and is a pawsome spot to let your four legged friend run wild. This park stretches 1.5 acres and is Tigard’s largest dog park, so your pup will have plenty of room to romp around. The smaller fenced area is designated for little dogs and puppies. Petite pooches can frolic without being overwhelmed by their larger peers. While your pup mixes it up with new canine friends, take a seat at one of the shaded picnic tables and hang out with the other two legged visitors. When it’s time to head home, your dog will be all tuckered out.

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    Population Density 6,990/sq mi

    #2 Downtown


    If your pup is begging for some play time, head over to the Downtown area and pay a visit to Ash Avenue Dog Park. Let your furry friend ditch his leash and explore his new found freedom in this fenced in area covered in wood chips. He’ll make some furry friends in no time. There are recycled concrete manhole rings for the four legged patrons to explore and conquer, a shelter and benches for shade and rest, and even drinking fountains and a hose for dogs to use. For a change of scenery, clip on his leash and check out Fanno Creek Park. Located in the heart of Tigard, this park serves as an urban oasis for those seeking some quiet time in nature. A walk in this park will make your pup’s tail wag!

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    Population Density 4,392/sq mi

    #3 SW Walnut St/ SW 116th Ave

    This neighborhood has some puptastic spots for walking your four legged friend.  Dirksen Nature Park spans almost 50 acres and has a selection of paved walking paths. Your pooch can get her daily dose of doggy exercise as you explore the forest, wetlands and open space. Keep your eyes open for turtles, frogs and salamanders. Woodard Park is also in the area. You canine companion will love being surrounded by large oak trees and ponderosa pines as she saunters down the Fanno Creek Trail. There is a drinking fountain, so bring a bowl for your pal and make sure she gets plenty of water.
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    Population Density 2,325/sq mi

    #4 Englewood Park


    Summerlake Dog Park is situated in the Englewood Park neighborhood. Your pooch will thank you for taking her to this local canine hotspot.  She can wander around and check out the new terrain, or mix and mingle with the neighborhood hounds. Throw a ball for a game of fetch or let your buddy sniff around the park on her own. A doggy water fountain is available as well as shaded structures. While you’re in the area, pop over to Summerlake Park and check out the beautiful gardens.  Trails and bridges let you explore this span of natural area. No bones about, your pup will love this park.

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    Population Density 3,736/sq mi

    #5 SW Durham Rd/ SW 108th Ave

    Leash up your pup and take a trip to Cook Park. It spans nearly 80 acres and sits on the banks of the Tualtain River, so you know you’re in for some beautiful scenery.  Your pup will wag her tail with delight when she finds out she’s going for a walk on a trail in this park. Wander down the riverside path, or check out the butterfly garden. Let your pooch do some people or squirrel watching before finding a spot near the water. With sports fields and courts, restrooms, drinking water, picnic areas, and so much more, spending a day in nature is easy.
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