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Dog Areas in Crowley

The city of Crowley, Texas is part of Tarrant County, located about 15 miles from Fort Worth. Originally, when it was founded around 1848, the area was considered a great area for farming. When a railroad company decided to come through and lay tracks, Crowley really picked up and was considered a prime spot. The city was officially incorporated into Texas in 1951.

Today, Crowley is a hustling and bustling small city. Its proximity to Fort Worth makes it a great bedroom community, allowing people to live outside of the larger city but still easily commute for work or recreation. If you’re looking to enjoy some time out and about with Fido, you’ll definitely appreciate how close nearby attractions are. While Crowley doesn’t have any dog-friendly restaurants or any dog parks, there are a handful of options within an hour’s drive, so you won’t have to venture too far. Crowley does have a couple of veterinarian clinics, so care for your sick or injured pup isn’t too far away.

Crowley is a fantastic city, and fun with your furry friend is just a bone’s throw away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Crowley

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    Population Density 813/sq mi

    #1 Keeler


    Want to spoil your pup? Take him to Pet Paradise Dog Park, which is just four miles south of Crowley. This spacious bark park has plenty of room for your pooch to run around and play with the pawesome new friends he’s sure to make. You will need a membership for you and your dog to use this park, but that’s beneficial, as screening is done to make sure that all of the dogs are friendly and well-behaved; this makes it less likely a fight will break out. There’s plenty of seating available, and water is available for your pup.

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    Population Density 2,653/sq mi

    #2 West Meadowbrook


    Just 15 miles up the road, you and your pup can have a ball at Fort Woof Dog Park! This bark park is located in Gateway Park. If your dog is the adventurous type, he’ll love playing on all of the agility equipment here. Hoops to jump through? Check! Balance beams? Check! If your dog prefers playing with his friends instead of pretending he’s in the circus, no worries; there’s plenty of space for him to play tag with his fellow furry canines. Water is available for your dog, but make sure to bring along some waste bags.

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    Population Density 2,077/sq mi

    #3 Hunter Plaza


    Quick! An epidemic has hit Fort Worth, and it’s up to you and Fido to stop before it spreads! Think you’re up for the challenge? MetroDemic is a dog-friendly simulation where you and a few other people work to stop the spread of a fictional virus. Your pooch can come along for the fear and fun. Did you save the city? That deserves a drink! Head to The Brass Tap, a brewery with dog-friendly outdoor seating. The Brass Tap has nearly 80 different types of beer on tap, so there’s something for everyone! Classic bar grub is also available to chow down on.

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    Population Density 2,464/sq mi

    #4 Mistletoe Heights


    Most dogs love going for a walk, and if your dog is no exception, check out Trinity Park in Fort Worth, found just outside the Mistletoe Heights neighborhood. Trinity Park has several paved trails which are perfect for you and Fido to explore together. As this isn’t a dog park, your pawesome pal will need to remain on his leash, but don’t let that stop you two from visiting. Trinity Park is lovely during the summer when all the flowers are blooming, so you’ll probably want to bring along your phone to snap some pics! You’ll also want to bring waste bags for clean-up.

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    Population Density 3,847/sq mi

    #5 Ridglea Hills


    Ridglea Hills is just 15 miles from Crowley, and you better believe your dog will be howling his appreciation if you take him to this neighborhood’s ZBonz Dog Park. This bark park opened just two years ago, and it’s already made quite the impression on locals. This massive dog park spans ten acres, with seven acres for large dogs and three acres for small dogs. Both sections have water fountains for your pup, and each side also has a pond for your pup to take a dip in. What a way to help your dog beat the Texas heat!

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