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Dog Areas in Anton

2 Trails
5 Shops
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

It all started with a handshake. A simple handshake led to Anton, Texas having the youngest mayor in the history of the United States. Paul Witfield could have only been 16 or 17 years old when he became mayor in 1924. No one knows if he volunteered for the position or if he was voted in, but it wasn't until his death that they realized how young he really was. No one had any complaints, because he was a fine mayor who seemed to always know just what to do.

While you are in Anton, you should take your dog and go for a walk down the Yellow House Draw. This is a dry river bed. No one knows for sure when it dried up, but in the late thirties, the community would come down here and draw from the well that was here. As you walk, keep an eye out for fossils and artifacts because this is a historical treasure trove open to the public. Bring lots of water, because it definitely gets hot. 

Another fun activity is Spade Ranch, which is open by appointment only. It is the historical site of the first home built in the area, a log cabin erected before Anton became a city. John Spade owned these 23 parcels of land and sold them so that they could become Anton. It is an interesting historic spot to come and walk your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Anton

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,917/sq mi

    #1 Dunbar Historic Lake

    48
    Sup Lubbock is an adventure just waiting for you to drive the thirty minutes to it. This is an epic place to learn to paddle board, and it's also dog-friendly! Your best pal will love you fur-ever if you bring him for a play date on the lake! Classes last about two hours, but you will learn everything you need to know. You will need to bring your own drink and a life vest for your puppy if you want him to play in the water with you. You could come and just take a walk around the lake if you decide this is too much of an adventure for you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,822/sq mi

    #2 Slide Road

    36
    The Lantern in Lubbock has a great enclosed patio where you and your pup can have lunch together. It is about a thirty-mile drive, but it is one of the few restaurants in the area that will allow you to bring your pup. Bring a water dish and the wait staff will keep it filled for him. There is not a grassy spot to walk your dog at the restaurant, but you'll find a nice slice of green space just around the corner to burn off those extra calories. So if you are looking for some great American food with perfect service, then this is the place to bring your dog!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,765/sq mi

    #3 Broadway

    24
    You know you are in Texas when you find Mexican food practically everywhere you turn. Texans seem to love tortillas, chips, and salsa. (But then again, who doesn't?!) That's why you should come to Fuzzy's Taco Shop. Yes, you can get tacos, but they also have seven different types of nachos. Enchiladas, fajitas, and all kinds of other Tex-Mex make it worth the half-hour ride in the car. Oh, and feel free to bring Fido! He is welcome to join you at any of the outdoor tables here. Bring his dish and they will even serve him food as well! It is great place to meet friends or just relax with your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 260/sq mi

    #4 The Outskirts

    12
    Nothing says fall like a corn maze. However, At'l Do Farms has a corn maze that is open all year long! They also offer fun seasonal activities that will keep your whole family happy. Your dog is welcome to join in on all the fun as long as he is friendly and on a leash. Even the hayride is pet-friendly! You can bring your appetite and try some of the fresh foods grown right here, or get a caramel apple to satisfy your sweet tooth. This perfect family get away is only about a half-hour drive away from North Zulch.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 40/sq mi

    #5 College Ave

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    It's always Taco Tuesday at Taco Ville! Here, you will find some of the best tacos in the area with some unique variations. This Fido-friendly eatery has a great selection of Tex-Mex cuisine that has just the right twist. You will want to try everything on the menu, which is why you will want to try the sampler, so you can get a taste of everything! Your dog will be served as well if you remember to bring his leash with you. All of this cheesy goodness is only about twenty minutes from you, so come and get some thing to crunch on!
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