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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boldtville

  1. Dog Parks 12
    Population Density 3,026/sq mi

    #1 Downtown San Antonio

    There are only twenty people that live in Boldtville's small farming community, but they do have a Presbyterian church that has about a hundred members. The closest place to this little town to bring Rover would be San Antonio. The downtown portion of this large city has furriffic accommodations for your fur babies. The river walk is friendly to all dogs as long as they are on leash. The San Antonio River is a beautiful sight to walk next to with your furry companion. Along the River Walk, there are also plenty of restaurants to take your dog, including some high-end eateries that welcome dogs to the patio.
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  2. Dog Parks 7
    Population Density 7,031/sq mi

    #2 Alamo Heights

    This neighborhood is in the northern part of San Antonio. It has plenty of amenities for you and your dog. The University of the Incarnate Word Loop Trail and the Judson Nature Trail are both great places to enjoy some mutts-needed exercise with your pal. There is plenty of nature to sniff and other dogs to meet while on the trail. The community parks in Alamo Heights are some of the best in the city. There are also plenty of off-leash parks for you and your fur buddy to let loose. Don’t fur-get to bring a leash and some drinking water!
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  3. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 13,241/sq mi

    #3 King William

    This neighborhood is just south of downtown San Antonio and boasts spectacular historic buildings. There are plenty of dog-friendly places to explore here, including walks along the river and the annual events the district holds every year. The San Antonio River Walk near the King William district is a park that your four-legged friend will thoroughly enjoy. Roosevelt Park is another pawesome city park with a swimming pool that’s pawfect for an outing with the whole family, furry members included!
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,240/sq mi

    #4 Harlandale

    There is a lot to bark about in Harlandale. You can pretty much take your dog anywhere in San Antonio, and it is no different here in Harlandale. The Harlandale Park encourages dogs of all types to come and play. Concepcion Park is a great park to take your dog, as long as they are on a leash. Most of these parks have places to take Fido off-leash, and they are kind enough to separate the little dogs from the big breeds, if you choose to do so. Wherever you throw a ball in Harlandale, it is probably okay for your pal to fetch it!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,233/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Side

    The entire northeast side of this large city is home to several dog parks, amenities, and eateries Rover will love furever. You will find the Universal City Dog Park located just off the 218. This park has it all! There is water, plenty of grass to roll around in, off-leash play pens, and separate fences for big and little dogs. There is also plenty of playground equipment to help train the breeds who love the agility play. Afterward, treat yourselves to something sweet at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt!
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