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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dunlay

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    Population Density 2,821/sq mi

    #1 North Central

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    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located about 33 miles east of Dunlay, Texas. It is home to the Phil Hardberger Dog Park. This dog park has separate areas for smaller dogs and for bigger dogs. There are clear signs as to where your pup can be off their leash and where they need to be on the leash. There is plenty of shade in case your pooch gets tired or hot. This park also offers water for when your pooch gets thirsty, and has a rinse off area that all the dogs love to splash around in. The trails are also clearly marked, with some being paved and others natural dirt and grass. Grab a leash and head on over for a fun-filled day!
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    Population Density 2,821/sq mi

    #2 Hidden Cove/Indian Creek

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    In this neighborhood you will find the Pearsall Dog Park. This dog park has it all for your pooch to have a great time. It is open from 5am to 11pm every day and is an off-leash park that is completely fenced in. There are also separate areas for smaller dogs and larger dogs. Your pup will have a blast playing on the fire hydrants and the agility equipment. There are also shaded areas when it gets too hot or your pooch needs a rest. The park has water fountains for the canine friends and picnic tables for owners to sit on while they watch they pups play. Grab a ball and have a paw-tastic day at this park.
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    Population Density 3,174/sq mi

    #3 Uptown

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    If you’re looking for a playground for your pooch, this neighborhood has a great one for you to check out. The McAllister Dog Park is an off-leash, fenced-in park where your pooch is free to run around. Your pal could make friends while playing on all of the agility equipment or checking out the fire hydrant. The terrain is wood chips and there are trees for shade. You won’t want to stay too late at this park, though -- it isn’t lit at night. This park also has doggie water fountains. Just remember to bring doggy bags for clean-up, and Fido’s favorite toy for extra fun!
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    Population Density 3,536/sq mi

    #4 Inner West Side

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    If you want to enjoy a relaxing time with your pooch, this neighborhood has just the place for that. The Tom Slick Dog Park is an off-leash dog park that stretches over an acre. There are two different sections; one is for larger dogs and the other is for smaller pups. Your canine pal will have a blast playing in the special doggy shower. The park also has water fountains for owners and dogs. The walkways are paved and the areas to play in are grassy with some wood chips. There is also the option to walk your pooch around the lake so they can sniff and explore. The only things you will need to bring are doggy waste bags for cleanup.
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    Population Density 3,640/sq mi

    #5 Western San Antonio

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    Looking for a smaller, more intimate dog park? You and your pooch can bond and enjoy quiet time in this dog-friendly neighborhood of San Antonio. The Raymond Russell Park is welcoming to leashed dogs. This clean and quiet park has a rustic feel to it. Your pup will love to explore all of the terrain. There is a lot of grass to play in and picnic table to sit on when you get tired. There are also plenty of shade trees to shield you from the sun on those dog days of Texan summer. You will need to bring your own water and doggy waste bags, though. This is a nice quiet stroll that will be relaxing for you and your pooch.
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