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Reviewed by Eric D. on 09/21/2017

"First time to use this app! Maggie was awesome with the ahem.. "bodily function" updates. She was on time and gave our boy a good walk! Highly recommend!"

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Crosby, Texas is a little town northeast of Houston with a population of fewer than 2,500 people. This small town has a big heart, and the community aspects are very strong. Crosby is an excellent place to be a dog owner, and the hot and humid summers and mild winters mean you can find something to do outdoors no matter the time of year. Crosby has excellent city park facilities, and there are many sports fields and parks where community events and other events take place. There a few local veterinarians that service the Crosby area so your pet will always be well taken care of. 

Crosby is home to a beautiful 46-acre city park that is often referred to as the town's heartbeat. Crosby Park has numerous sports fields, playground, concession stands, restrooms, barbecue facilities, picnic tables, and several walking trails. While Crosby Park isn't an off-leash park, many parts of the park allow dogs as long as they are on a leash. You'll also get a kick out of the historic railroad caboose on the east side of the park. This small town has huge charm, and both you and your dog are sure to find it pawesome!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Crosby

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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Houston

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    Northeast Houston is only a 24-minute drive from Crosby, and it's where you'll find the great Alexander Deussen Park. This 309-acre park has a duck pond, playground, walking trails, sports fields, a senior center, a water gazebo, and many other features. One of the best things about the Alexander Deussen Park is its big dog park! The dog park has separate sections for dogs of different sizes, and it is fully fenced in. You'll also find agility equipment that dogs have a blast with, and there's even a hosing-down station for the end of your visit. There's a paved walking path within the park, and plenty of both sun and shade to keep you comfortable no matter the weather.
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    Population Density 1,152/sq mi

    #2 Laguna Hacienda

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    About 22 miles northwest of Crosby is the town of Kingwood, Texas. AABY Dog Park is found in Kingwood, and this two-acre park was built in 2007. This park is free to use and is maintained by volunteers and by asking those who visit it to leave it as clean as you found it. While no permit is required to use the dog park, you do have to register and provide proof of vaccination for your dogs. Once you're in the park, you and your dog will love all the trees, shade, and seating in the park, and your dog is sure to enjoy cooling off in one of the many plastic pools in the park.
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    Population Density 8,167/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

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    Downtown Houston is home to many of the city's biggest attractions, great restaurants, a bustling theater scene, and the city's biggest business district. It will take you and your pooch about a 40-minute drive to get to the Discovery Green Dog Park in downtown Houston, but it will be worth the trip! There are two separate, fenced-in dog runs for big and small dogs, water fountains, benches, and mulch. There are often shows and events in the surrounding park, and your dog is welcome to join you for those too, but unless they're in a designated dog run, they must be on a leash.
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    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #4 Cedar Bayou Crossing

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    The W.L. Jenkins Bark Park is just a 23-minute drive south of Crosby in the town of Baytown, Texas. Jenkins Park is a family-oriented park with playgrounds, trails, sports fields, a skate park, and even a spot that can be rented for parties. Even with all of these other great amenities, the Bark Park is a favorite within the park to many! The Bark Park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and both sides are often busy and frequented by several friendly dogs and their humans. The park provides visitors with doggy bags to keep it clean and enjoyable for everyone.
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    Population Density 3,590/sq mi

    #5 Northshore

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    We all know Texas can get hot, hot, hot, and many Texas dog parks have made an extra effort to make sure dog parks have a few options for keeping visiting dogs and humans cool and comfortable. The Maxey Park Bark Park and Dog Run in Houston is no exception! The Maxey Park Bark Park has cool-off showers that keep your dogs clean and cool, as well as water fountains for dogs and humans, doggy bags, shade, and benches. You'll also be glad to know the park is fully fenced in and is divided into spaces for big dogs and small dogs.
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