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Ashley
Reviewed by Anthony E. on 10/05/2017

"First time using Wag! but I will definitley use again! Ashley took good care of my fur babies. Even when Miss Korra had a little accident before they started the walk, due to being a little scared with meeting a new person, Ashley cleaned it up. I really appreciate her letting me know how everything went."

1.07 mi
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Kimberly
Reviewed by Erik J. on 09/30/2017

"Awesome service, great summary, and amazing communication. Will definitely be a repeat customer!"

1.06 mi
40m
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Toni
Reviewed by Angela J. on 08/08/2017

"Toni is great - she subbed in for my regular dog walker. She dealt with a malfunction in my garage entrance and handled my, often crazy pups, for an entire hour! "

3.89 mi
63m
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Michael
Reviewed by Patrick C. on 08/02/2017

"Michael is great!!! He's wonderful with my dogs (Chanel and Lily) and they love him. Feels great to know my girls are in good hands when I can't be there. I love getting a report on how they did!! So grateful! "

1.08 mi
33m
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Michael
Reviewed by Vincent C. on 07/11/2017

"He made the first time very good and very active with Diamond. I will definitely have him walk Diamond again soon"

2.29 mi
34m
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Brinnae
Reviewed by Whitney N. on 07/10/2017

"Brinnae is wonderful! She walks both of my big dogs regularly and has no problems at all. She's on time and very efficient! "

1.14 mi
35m
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Dog Areas in Cypress, TX

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The city of Cypress, Texas is actually a city inside a city because it is completely inside Houston. Some of the most affluent people live in Cypress, which has a ranking of 50 out of the 100 cities with top incomes in the United States. It is also popular to dog lovers, and there are almost 28,000 dogs in town, which means there is plenty to do with Fido when you visit.

The best dog park according to residents is Burroughs on Hufsmith Road. It is huge, with six acres of forest and walking trails. There are separate sides for big and small dogs, lots of seating, restrooms, and it is completely fenced in. There are also a few concrete dog wash stations, so Fido doesn’t get the car dirty.

Bill Archer Bark Park on Highway 6 North has a bone-shaped pool for your pups to cool off in, a trail for you both to get some exercise, separated large and small dog areas, and great people. Lots of seating, dog wash stations and they keep it really clean.

Horsepen Creek is another awesome dog park with trails, exercise equipment, a creek to play in, and plenty of seating for the humans. There is an abundance of open space for the dogs to play and even lights so you can play after dark.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cypress, TX

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    Population Density 161,854/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Cypress

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    Whether you’re passing through the area or you’re a local, Downtown Cypress has a few places that pets and their parents need to check out. Stop by Natural Pawz to view their wide selection of all-natural treats and food for dogs (and cats). This Houston-area retailer has been recognized both locally and nationally as a leader in the natural pet care industry, and they are passionate about helping pets and their parents. Once you’ve picked up some tasty treats for your four-legged friend, head up the road and enjoy your own delicious meal at Smashburger, a local favorite serving up chicken sandwiches and gourmet burgers. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on the patio, and the restaurant also serves a “Fido Burger” for their canine guests.
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    Population Density 1,793/sq mi

    #2 Cypressbend Sub

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    If you are looking for a place to enjoy a tranquil walk with your canine companion in the Cypressbend Sub area, stop by Telge Park. This 111-acre park features a .75-mile nature trail as well as a stream and wetland area for you and your dog to explore. There is also a play area for kids and picnic areas where you can enjoy a nice meal with the entire family. Also nearby is Bud Hadfield park. There is an 18-hole frisbee disc golf course as well as another nature trail. Whichever park you choose to visit, your dog is sure to have a tail-wagging good time!


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    Population Density 65,000/sq mi

    #3 Bridgeland

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    The Bridgeland neighborhood is home to Lakewood Village Park, which features a fenced-in dog park. Bring your dog here for some off-leash fun. The entire park spans more than 20 acres, so there’s plenty of area outside the dog park to explore as well. If you’re more in the mood for a walk, check out Oak Meadow Park. The spacious park includes a walking trail that winds through beautiful scenery. On your adventure, you’ll see lakes, creeks, trees, bridges and more. There are several benches along the way, so you won’t have trouble finding a place to take a rest.


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    Population Density 10,898/sq mi

    #4 Tomball

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    Bordering Cypress on the north is the town of Tomball, which offers park opportunities for adventurous pups. Burroughs Dog Park is a 6 acre dog park located inside Burroughs Park. It features separate areas for large and small dogs, wash stations, benches, and even trails to explore. Dogs do need to have current vaccinations and license tags before entering the park. Another area to unleash the run in your dog is AE Dyess Park. With 113 acres of open space, your dog may just be in heaven. Though the park boasts several sporting fields, your pup can expend some energy between games.
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    Population Density 17,116/sq mi

    #5 katy

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    Katy is a Texas town that’s perfect for dog lovers, and is located just southwest of Cypress. With three dog parks to choose from, you’ll always find something to do. Katy Dog Park sits on 14 shaded, grassy acres and features water fountains, a doggy wading pool, dog showers and a large, paved walking trail. Grand Lakes Dog Park also features a paved walking trail, as well as a picnic area and hydration station for dogs. If you’re looking forward to spending a day in the sun, check out Cross Creek Ranch Canine Commons. This fenced-in park has separate areas for large and small dogs and a water faucet with bowls to keep your companion hydrated.
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