Dog Walkers in Euless

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Walks Happening Near You

Dog Areas in Euless

1 Park
1 Trail
7 Eateries
7 Groomers

As a suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Euless makes a great place for dog rearing. This tail-wagging town is within a stone's throw of just about any kind of activity your pup could dream of, including parks, lakes, dog-friendly eateries (and breweries), and pet-boutiques. It is also convenient to many not-so-fun (but still important facilities), such as groomers and vet clinics. 

Bear Creek Dog Park is a happenin’ spot for the local pup-ulation, and always has plenty of guests for your pal to play with. Owners describe this off-leash park as clean and well-kept, with plenty of amenities for your dog to enjoy. The park is divided according to breed size and has plenty of shade trees to keep the Texas sun at bay.  There is a water trough for thirsty puppers, and a hose for when things (and pups) get messy! There are miles of walking trails surrounding the park to keep the good times rolling! 

Are you and your poodles in need of some noodles? Check out Saviano’s Restaurant! This dog-friendly eatery has several outdoor tables where you and your pup can dine on Italian classics, such as ravioli, caprese salad, veal marsala, and tiramisu! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Euless

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 10,519/sq mi

    #1 Turtle Creek


    Mutts Canine Cantina, located near Turtle Creek in Dallas, is a local favorite for pups and their owners. This bar/dog park is a unique space, where, for $7 a day, your pup can play as much as he likes in the private one-acre off-leash area. The park boasts separate areas for large and small dogs, as well as a water area where guests can drink and splash around! Owners can relax on the patio with a cold brew or margarita while their pal mingles with the other furry guests. If you’re not one for spirits, share a hand-crafted burger and a shake with your good boy (or girl!). No worries if your pup has an “oopsie” — there are attendants to take care of all the doggy doo’s (and don’ts)!

    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,183/sq mi

    #2 Oak Lawn


    The Watering Bowl at The Pooch Patio is another beloved spot for pets and owners alike, boasting more amenities than your local pet store (you know the one). This adorable little spot is hard to classify -- it's a bar, pet boutique, groomer, and even boarding service! Here, you can browse for a sweater for your beagle while sipping a mutt-mosa, or enjoy an espresso while your pooch gets a trim. This adorable cantina is located near the Turtle Creek Trailhead, where you and your pup can walk off those drinks (and treats)! 

    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,631/sq mi

    #3 North Richland Hills


    Tipps Canine Hollow offers expansive off-leash areas for both small and large breeds, ruff-ly 16 minutes from Euless. This local favorite is always booming so you never have to worry about your pal playing alone. The large dog area covers 2 acres and offers plenty of shade to protect your pup from the heat of Texan summers. The small dog area is also spacious, offering the little guys one acre to romp to their hearts' content! There are several benches and picnic tables for owners to sit at while their dogs play, and waste stations for when nature calls.  This park will give the pups plenty to talk about at the community water bowl!

    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,354/sq mi

    #4 Valley View Ln


    Conveniently located near the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Irving Dog Park is a great spot for canines on the go. The park has two sections for large breeds and two for the smaller guests. These off-leash areas are rotated regularly to keep the grass green and lush (and great for rolling in). This well-maintained park has plenty of shade and water fountains, which are mutts-appreciated during the warmer months. For the owners, there are benches, a shelter for shade, and even Wi-Fi! Pups and owners love the convenience that this quaint park has to offer! 

    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,433/sq mi

    #5 South Grand Prairie


    Central Bark, located within Veterans Park in Grand Prairie, is a pawesome place for dogs of any activity level. The park has a total of three fenced areas for pups to play: one for larger breeds who like to socialize, one for smaller dogs to congregate, and a separate run for one dog at a time. The solo dog run is intended for dogs who would prefer alone time with their owner, or would rather focus on honing their agility skills on the obstacle equipment. There are several dog-friendly fast food joints near the park, so don’t be surprised if Fido requests a “yappy” meal! 

    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd