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Ben
Reviewed by Amber K. on 10/05/2017

"He was so sweet with my girls. I watched my cameras as he brought them home...he was a true gentleman to my two furry ladies...they might have a little crush now! "

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66m
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Ben
Reviewed by Evan W. on 09/16/2017

"Felt so much better going on my vacation knowing that my pups were getting attention and love. Ben was amazing kept me updated and took them for a walk on their favorite trail."

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Dog Areas in Dripping Springs

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Just southwest of Austin, Texas is the town of Dripping Springs. It only has a population of approximately 3,000 people, but there is so much to do in Dripping Springs, and it's an excellent place for dog owners to live. Dripping Springs has hot, humid summers and mild winters so that you can enjoy the outdoors with your dog any time of year, and your outdoor activities won't often be limited by the weather. There are a few veterinarians in Dripping Springs, and if you branch out into Texas a little bit further, you'll find many more.

Right in the heart of Dripping Springs is Mazama Coffee Co., a casual eatery with fresh sandwiches, bakery items, excellent coffee, and more. They also welcome dogs at their outdoor tables so Fido can join you for lunch or just for a coffee break. Dripping Springs is known as the wedding capital of Texas, and its rolling hills, stunning landscapes, and ideal climate make it easy to see why. Whether you and your dog are visiting Dripping Springs or it's a place you call home, you'll quickly get a soft spot in your heart for this vibrant and charming town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dripping Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 247/sq mi

    #1 North Dripping Springs

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    North Dripping Springs is home to the Dripping Springs Ranch Park. This versatile venue is a 110-acre park with various recreational opportunities, including horseback riding, hiking, and attending festivities in their covered event center. There are a few areas within the park where animals aren't allowed, but if you follow the signage, you'll quickly learn where Fido can and can't go with you. There's plenty to do at Dripping Springs Ranch Park with your dog, and there's no better place in Dripping Springs to take in the gorgeous Texas landscape and its breathtaking sunsets and skies.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 143/sq mi

    #2 Town Center

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    Smack dab in the middle of Dripping Springs is a delicatessen called Schlotsky's. They serve outstanding sandwiches, wraps, pizzas, salads, and more, and your dog is allowed to join you there for a meal at one of their six pet-friendly tables. Your pet must remain outside while you go in to order, but if this doesn't work for you, there's a drive-thru window as well. This casual eatery exemplifies the friendly and casual atmosphere in Dripping Springs, and once you get a taste of both the food and the culture, you'll keep coming back for more.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Hills

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    Northwest Hills is an upscale, family-friendly neighborhood in Austin, Texas, and it's only a 45-minute drive from Dripping Springs. You'll also find the Emma Long Metropolitan Park here, which has trails perfect for exploring with your leashed dog. It will take you a couple of hours to do the full loop. There are also optional water crossings along the trail which make for good spots for hot dogs to cool off. Along the way, you and your dog will be rewarded with stunning views of Austin Lake that make the drive from Dripping Springs completely worth it.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,088/sq mi

    #4 Central Bee Cave

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    You can get from Dripping Springs to central Bee Cave, Texas in only 20 minutes, and Bee Cave is home to its very own dog park that you and Rover won't want to miss. This park has separately fenced areas for big and small dogs, and it also offers plenty of covered seating for taking a break on hot days. There is also a watering station for dogs, and just surrounding the park's vicinity is a basketball field, a walking path, and two playgrounds, so it's a good place to bring the whole family for a day of fun.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,139/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Lakeway

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    Lakeway, Texas is just half an hour from Dripping Springs, and in northeast Lakeway, there's a pawesome place called Lakeway City Dog Park. This 64-acre city park has a fenced-in Bark Park and all the other amenities like water, waste bags, and benches to make it an ideal dog-walking location. There are also baseball fields, basketball and volleyball courts in the greater park area as well. Your dog can join you in the other areas of the park when they are on a leash, and there are almost two miles of trails you can explore together. There are also playgrounds for your human children to enjoy, too, so bring the whole family!
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