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Dog Areas in Dormont

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Dormont is a thriving borough and part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area. While everything inside this community has a Pittsburgh address or an address from bordering Mount Lebanon, a quick stroll through the borough will reveal its dog-friendly character! Plus, its urban location means all the pawsome places and activities you can dream of are within sniffing distance! There are two animal hospitals within a ten minute drive of the heart of Dormont, so your pup is never far from care. 

The Beggs Snyder Park might have a Mount Lebanon address, but it's all Dormont inside. It's well within the border of the borough, and is full of local charm. The park is small, but well kept, and uses its space well. With sports fields, a basketball court, a playground, and a lawn for picnics all in the same place, the walking path has been squeezed to the outside of the park. For a larger park, check out Dormont Park. This Pittsburgh-addressed park has everything it takes to please a crowd. There are basketball, tennis, and street hockey courts. The paved walking path winds through the other attractions, making for an interesting walk any time! 

Dormont is a dog-friendly part of the Pittsburgh Muttropolitan Area! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dormont

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    Population Density 5,540/sq mi

    #1 Banksville

    Take a quick seven minute drive from Dormont to the neighboring borough of Banksville! Banksville Park is a community park sure to please a variety of patrons, from human to canine. The basketball and tennis courts will cause smiles, and the open lawn and paved walking path will get your dog's tail wagging! Spot will be sure to have a great time sniffing through the trees at the edge of the park, which has a high urban squirrel density. If you came to the city to avoid nature as much as possible, stick to the inner walking path, which loops through the more human-oriented park attractions.
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    Population Density 5,540/sq mi

    #2 Cedarhurst

    Bird Park in the Cedarhurst neighborhood of Mount Lebanon is just an eight minute drive from Dormont. This park is a gorgeous place to take your leashed dog for a walk. The walking paths are extensive, and some make you feel like you've left the city behind! There's a seasonal waterfall at the end of the main trail. Bring in any supplies you need, because this natural park is light on amenities. Mount. Lebanon Main Park is another fantastic park in the area. This park has sculpture, sports fields, and playgrounds in addition to the walking trails! Take these tracks through the park and you'll never have the same walk twice!
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    Population Density 1,900/sq mi

    #3 Central Carnegie

    Carnegie Park is eight minutes from Dormont, and worth every minute of it. This large park is the location for many large parties and family reunions; some of their pavilions can be rented, and have kitchens and restrooms. Other pavilions are open to the public on a first come, first serve basis. There are walking trails and playgrounds, as well as sports fields for soccer and softball. All of these great traits are secondary to their dog park! The dog park inside Carnegie Park is on the small side, but it's so pupular that your dog won't even notice! They can run off leash with other dogs to their heart's content.
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    Population Density 5,540/sq mi

    #4 Wabash

    Wilson Park in the Wabash neighborhood of Green Tree is a ten minute drive from Dormont. This park is a great place to get outside and stretch. Though the park has attractive amenities for humans, like a public pool and tennis courts, a lot of this park's area is just open, green grass. Your dog can explore a long lawn or go for a walk beneath the trees! Green Tree Park is another park in the area. If your dog prefers leashed walks, Green Tree Park is fairly boring, as it just has six baseball diamonds. One corner, however, is the Green Tree Dog Park--where your pup can run off leash and make new friends!
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    Population Density 5,450/sq mi

    #5 West Liberty

    Just six minutes from the borough of Dormont is the Pittsburgh neighborhood of West Liberty. Moore Park will make you want to spend "Moore" time there! This park has a public pool (sadly not doggie accessible!) and two large baseball diamonds. The tennis courts round out the sports offerings at this park. Your leashed dog will love to explore the park with you. You can take the paved walking paths through the center of the park if you're looking for a quick and easy way to warm up your muscles. If you're looking for a longer challenge, walking the perimeter is much longer, and without a paved path, more challenging!
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