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Dog Areas in Canutillo

A small census-designated place in El Paso County, Texas, Canutillo is a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle of El Paso life. Although El Paso is a busy town, Canutillo is a sleepy sort of town that welcomes dog lovers from all over. With a number of dog-friendly activities, it’s easy to see why a lover of pups would want to spend their time in this city. Although your distance from El Paso will leave you plenty of space to relax, the proximity will leave you plenty of room to enjoy the local activities, from dog parks to the local beaches. 

If you make your way to Canutillo, you should definitely make a point to enjoy Zin Valle Vineyards. Situated in the center of greater Canutillo, Zin Valle Vineyards welcomes you and your furry friend to join them at any of the outdoor tables, where you can sample any number of their delicious brews. Be prepared to clean up any messy mishaps from your pupper, and bring plenty of clean drinking water for both you and Fido alike. You’ll enjoy the selection of wines, and your pup will enjoy the attention they receive from patrons.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Canutillo

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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #1 Desierto Plaza

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    If you’re looking to run off some energy, make your way to Desierto Plaza, where you’ll find a scenic dog park known as Westside Dog Park Don Haskins Community Center. This park is known for its large expanse of land, split between both large and small dogs. If your dog is a tiny terror terrier, they won’t have to worry about big, brute bullies messing with them in the park. Just be sure to bring plenty of doggy waste bags to clean up any messes, as well as fresh drinking water for both yourself and your pup, and you're all set for a fun-filled day of play!
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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #2 Pebble Hills South

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    Your next stop should definitely be Pebble Hills Dog Park, especially if your dog is drawn to adventure. Made up of three acres, Pebble Hills Dog Park contains two separate fenced-in areas: one for small dogs and the other for their larger counterparts. There are plenty of shady spots to relax in while your pooch goes dog wild exploring the entirety of the park. Be sure to bring plenty of doggy waste bags, as well as some fresh drinking water for both you and Fido alike. You’ll be working up a sweat with the running!
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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #3 Eastwood Heights

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    For your next stop, you should definitely pop into Eastwood Heights, where you will find Eastwood Dog Park, also known as Album Park. Bring your pup to this park to have a bit of off-leash fun, where the ground is safely covered in gravel, which is gentle on your pup’s paws. There is also an obstacle course for your canine companion to explore during your time at this park. Just bring plenty of clean drinking water as well as doggy waste bags to be thrown away at the nearest waste receptacle. Otherwise, just bring yourselves and plenty of energy to play!
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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #4 Delgado Park

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    If you’re looking for some proper fried chicken, also known as buttermilk fried, make your way to Delgado Park, where you’ll find a delectable restaurant known as Ripe. Not only will you find buttermilk fried chicken, but you’ll find Swedish meatballs, salads, and burgers, as well as a selection of salads. You’ll need to bring plenty of drinking water as well as your trusty collapsible drinking bowl. Having a few waste bags with you will be handy as well -- Fido might need to take a quick walk around the block after you two are done chowing down!
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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #5 Rim - University

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    To wind your day down properly, you’ll want to grab a nice cup of tea -- that is, if you’re the refined sort. Regardless of your level of refinery, it’s easy to see why one would want to pay a visit to Tippi Teas, a cafe that specializes in loose leaf tea, as well as fruit smoothies and matcha lattes. Your pup will be welcome to join you on the expansive outdoor patio, where your canine companion is sure to meet plenty of pals to share their treats with. If you want your pup to be properly popular, bring plenty of treats, as well as fresh drinking water.
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