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Desiree
Reviewed by Anna E. on 09/24/2017

"Thank you for being available so quickly! The bulldogs don’t do well in the heat so early morning walks are best for them. Thanks again for giving them water! Appreciate it so much!!"

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Desiree
Reviewed by Timothy A. on 09/08/2017

"You were great with Zayda! Thank you for walking and taking good care of her!"

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Dog Areas in Goodlettsville

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Goodlettsville is a city in Tennessee with a population of around 17,000 people, and it's only 15 minutes from downtown Nashville. This city prides itself on having the amenities of a big city with the charm and comfort of a small town, and it doesn't disappoint! Goodlettsville has a well-known antique district that brings in many tourists every year, as well as a collection of beautiful wineries and parks. Exploring Goodlettsville with your dog is always a good time, and you'll find many places you just have to pop into on your way. One such spot is Painturos, a pizza restaurant with dog-friendly seating outside. In addition to pizza, Painturos serves dishes like subs and wings, so there will be something to please everyone in your group.

Another stop you'll want to make in Goodlettsville is Fenway's Dog Park at Moss Wright Park. This off-leash dog park is fully fenced in with separate big and small dog sections. Fenway's Dog Park has been so popular that has been expanded twice since it was first built, and today it includes seating, water, and agility equipment. It's also right across from a park that's a nice spot for an on-leash walk. There are also veterinarians in Goodlettsville to make sure your dog is always in the best health possible. 

Goodlettsville is better than a "good" place to be a dog owner -- it's excellent!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Goodlettsville

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    Population Density 324/sq mi

    #1 Centennial Park

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    If you're heading to Nashville, stop in at the Centennial Dog Park in central Nashville, which is only about a 20-minute drive from Goodlettsville. Big and little dogs can play safely here in sections separated by size. This large dog park provides visitors with waste bags, and has water fountains and seating throughout the park as well. You can get a glimpse of the famous Nashville Parthenon from this park, which is only a five-minute walk from here. The Centennial Dog Park is also conveniently located near Vanderbilt University and many other exciting locations in Nashville.
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    Population Density 40/sq mi

    #2 Devonshire

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    The lovely Devonshire neighborhood of Nashville is about a half-hour drive from Goodlettsville. This residential neighborhood also has its own dog park, the Edwin Warner Dog Park. This dog park has a wonderful reputation for being frequented by friendly humans and dogs, so you're sure to make some new pals here. Everyone loves how much room there is to run around and play in this fenced-in, off-leash park. Edwin Warner Dog Park is just one big park -- it isn't separated for big and small dogs. Within the park, there's plenty of seating for humans, as well as water fountains and a doggy waste cleanup station.
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    Population Density 883/sq mi

    #3 Meadowbrook Park

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    Portland is a city in Tennesse with a population of around 12,000 people, and it's located about a half-hour drive from Goodlettsville. One of the city's parks, Meadowbrook Park, recently added a dog park to its list of amenities due to high demand for off-leash parks in the area. The Meadowbark Park has a section for dogs under 25 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. There is also a transitional section where dogs can go from being on their leash to off-leash safely. In addition to these features, the Meadowbark Park has seating, water, a shade structure, trees, and waste bags.
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    Population Density 1,266/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Nashville

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    It will take you less than 20 minutes to get to the Riverfront Park Dog Park in downtown Nashville, and both you and your dog will be so glad you made the short trip! Along with the beautiful views of downtown Nashville, you'll be rewarded with meeting plenty of friendly local dogs and owners at this park. The Riverfront Dog Park is located within an 11-acre green space, and the off-leash portion takes up around 11,000 square feet. This park isn't divided into sections, but there's lots of room for dogs of all sizes to play. There are also water fountains for pets and humans throughout the park, as well as some Wi-Fi locations.
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    Population Density 73/sq mi

    #5 Two Rivers

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    Another great Nashville dog park that's less than a 20-minute drive from Goodlettsville is the Two Rivers Dog Park. This northeast Nashville dog park isn't divided into big and small dog sections. Instead, it's got a vast green space in the center of the park and a paved walking trail surrounding the grass. This park provides plenty of shade for visitors from a gazebo as well as trees throughout the park. There are water fountains, benches, and picnic tables in the park, and even doggy pools for cooling off on hot summer days. Your dog will love running around on the rolling hills of the Two Rivers Dog Park, and you're both sure to leave happy.
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