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Dog Areas in West Mifflin

West Mifflin is a charming city just outside the boundary of Pennsylvania’s second largest city, Pittsburgh. It is bordered by the mighty Monongahela River, one of the three rivers of Pittsburgh along with the Allegheny and the Ohio. West Mifflin attracts many visitors every year because it has all of the benefits of a big city alongside the small-town western Pennsylvania charm that people love. It is no surprise, then, that it also happens to be a fantastic destination for people with dogs!

Dog owners can rest assured that their canine companion will have the highest-quality care available: there are five well-regarded veterinary clinics in West Mifflin, and there are even more options in the neighboring Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Similarly, there are countless Fido-approved lodging options between the two cities, so you can be sure to find something that suits your preferences and needs. And you won’t run out of things to do! There are lots of things to do with your dog around West Mifflin, like hiking and enjoying the local food. You will also find several off-leash dog areas as the various parks around town!

The welcoming community and beautiful town make West Mifflin one of the best locations in Pennsylvania for dog owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Mifflin

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    Population Density 1,418/sq mi

    #1 Downtown West Mifflin


    The downtown area of West Mifflin has a great deal to offer people and their canine companions. Its streets are spacious but always full of activity, and they provide a great opportunity to take a stroll with your furry friend. You’ll notice that there are plenty of places to eat that provide outdoor seating. Pizza Bistro on Pennsylvania Avenue has great casual Italian. Also consider Black and Cold Creamery for dessert; they offer a variety of ice creams and frozen yogurts, and they have delicious coffee drinks that you won’t find anywhere else! Nearby West Mifflin Park is a good place to stretch your legs after eating.

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    Population Density 4,756/sq mi

    #2 East Pittsburgh


    The east side of Pittsburgh borders West Mifflin to the north, and it provides a wide array of options for dog owners, as you would expect from a large city. There are many small parks scattered throughout the neighborhood. You’ll want to check out Braddock Park; it has an off-leash dog area called Bark Park. The area is fenced in, and it offers seating for pet parents. When you’re finished at the dog park, head south to Primanti Brothers for some authentic Pittsburgh-style food. They have a delicious selection of sandwiches and more, and they offer outdoor seating for people accompanied by four-legged friends.

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    Population Density 1,453/sq mi

    #3 South Park


    South Park Township rests about ten miles west of West Mifflin. Its calm forests and inviting suburban streets make it a favorite place to visit for those who want a break from the busy city nearby.  The main attraction in this neighborhood is South Park, a park encompassing over 2,000 acres. It has beautiful hiking trails throughout the premises, and there is an off-leash dog park here as well! The dog park has drinking water and benches to sit on. The Great Allegheny Passage is another hiking option in South Park, and it is right across from the park. Its Montour and Arrowhead trails pass through the neighborhood.

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    Population Density 2,431/sq mi

    #4 Clairton


    Clairton is a welcoming town to the south of West Mifflin. It rests on the west side of the Monongahela, and it offers a variety of dog-friendly activities for travelers and locals. One such activity is hiking the Montour Trail of the Great Allegheny Passage. This scenic trail is a part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that creates hiking trails out of unused, former railways. If hiking works up your appetite, then you’re in luck; Bishop’s Pizza on Walnut Avenue has outdoor seating that can accommodate your furry friend while you enjoy one of the best pies in town!

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    Population Density 1,178/sq mi

    #5 White Oak


    If you head east from West Mifflin across the Monongahela River, you will arrive in the borough of White Oak. This neighborhood is the home of White Oak Park. The park is over 800 acres, and it is an excellent place to visit for dog owners — there is an off-leash dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs as well as drinking fountains. The park itself also has grassy fields that are great for picnics and some hiking trails on the hills. Renziehausen Park is a smaller, quieter park that is across from White Oak. While there isn’t a dog park here, leashed dogs are welcome, and there is a small pond in the center of the park.

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